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REGISTER for Upcoming Webinar: Provide Feedback on EPA's Long-term Strategy on Radon

REGISTER for Upcoming Webinar: Provide Feedback on EPA's Long-term Strategy on Radon

Please join us for a discussion on EPA’s Long-Term Strategy for radon. The National Radon Program is developing a long-term vision and strategy and we want to hear from you.

Register for a Webinar discussion on Tuesday, August 11, 2009, from 1-3 PM, EST.

The Webinar will include break-out discussions of strategies EPA might pursue under three possible program scenarios: (1) existing resources and authority; (2) increased resources and existing authority; and (3) increased resources and increased authority.

To participate, you must register in advance for one of the three Webinar break-out discussions. Please select one of the following discussion options:

  • Participate in a Webinar discussion focused on EPA’s Long-Term Strategy options assuming Existing Resources, and Existing Authority by registering at: http://tiny.cc/OBLK0

10 Tips on Writing for the Web

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During EPA's recent Webinar, Get Caught in the ‘Net: Building Your Web Strategy to Reduce Radon Risk, Clark Eldredge and Jorge Laguna of the Florida Radon and Indoor Air Toxics Program shared specific examples of how they have worked to improve the Florida Program’s web site. These improvements have increased their web traffic and reduced the number of inquiry phone calls to their office, helping them efficiently meet the information needs of their audience.

One of the actions that Clark and Jorge took to improve their web site was to reduce and simplify the text on their home page. They also took time to segment their audiences by considering the type of person that would access the site and then organizing the information so it was easier to find, improving the user experience.

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Upcoming Webinar - Get Caught in the ‘Net: Building Your Web Strategy to Reduce Radon Risk

Be sure to attend the next radon Webinar! EPA will be hosting a Webinar titled Get Caught in the ‘Net: Building Your Web Strategy to Reduce Radon Risk on Thursday, July 16, 2009, at 1:00 PM ET.



Did you know? Nearly 3 out of 4 internet users rely on web searches to find health or medical information? EPA and the state radon programs play an essential role in providing the public with the most accurate and complete information about radon risk. While having a program website is an important start, it is only the first step. During the Webinar, you will hear from the Florida State Radon Program, as they discuss their everyday web outreach challenges and share best practices for how to develop or improve upon your own web strategy.

Attend the Get Caught in the ‘Net Webinar to learn the simple, proven techniques that the Florida State Radon Program is using to:

UPCOMING WEBINAR: Using the Radon Change Package to Amplify the Results of Your Daily Work

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UPCOMING WEBINAR: Using the Radon Change Package to Amplify the Results of Your Daily Work

Tuesday, January 6, 2009, at 2:00 PM ET
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Join a Webinar with radon program leaders from NJ and IL to learn how they used existing resources to achieve some of their most ambitious program goals. Learn the strategies NJ and IL followed and how the Radon Change Package can help you adapt these strategies to work for your program.

Featuring:
· Pat Gardner, Manager, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
NJ has a results-driven program that uses simple data readily available from testers and mitigators to target their outreach efforts, saving money and driving results in the process.

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National Radon Action Month Webinar: October 21, 2008

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SAVE THE DATE for the National Radon Action Month Webinar: October 21, 2008!

Dear Radon Partners,

Please join us from 1:00 - 2:30 PM (EDT) on Tuesday, October 21, 2008, for the National Radon Action Month Webinar titled, “State Radon Program Innovative Approaches,” hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

EPA supports the radon community in sharing best practices for reaching new audiences and improving radon outreach techniques to increase the number of homes tested and ultimately save lives from radon-induced lung cancer. Together, under the Radon Leaders Saving Lives Campaign, we can reach the goal to double the number of lives saved from radon exposure over five years.

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