What is the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP)?
The NRPP provides certification credentials for professional radon testers and mitigators. As an independent administrative program of the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists, Inc. (AARST), the NRPP is governed by a Certification Council consisting of radon industry stakeholders who are responsible for credentialing policies and procedures.
The NRPP Credential Enables You to:
- Increase your Marketability and Competitive Advantage. Having an NRPP Certification helps you to standout and showcase your experience in being responsible and in charge of radon measurement and/or mitigation services, and that you can provide resolutions in your client’s best interests.
- Display your Competency and Professionalism. The NRPP Certification is a sign of professional achievement and will help you validate to clients and supervisors that you’re dedicated to quality workmanship and that you are part of an elite group of qualified industry experts.
- Validate Your Credibility. As an NRPP-Certified Professional, you are required to maintain your standing by staying up to date with industry best practices, abiding by ANSI-AARST Standards of Practice and adhering to the NRPP code of ethics.
More than 3,000 professionals have earned the right to call themselves an NRPP-Certified Radon Measurement or Mitigation Provider. They recognize the value the NRPP distinction brings to their careers and the confidence it provides their clients.
Statement of Impartiality
The NRPP Certification Council and staff understand the importance of impartiality and conflicts in the management of certification activities. When undertaking dealings with candidates and participants, all involved in the certification process will maintain a high level of ethical conduct and avoid conflicts of interest in connection with the performance of their duties. There shall be an avoidance of any actions and or commitments that might create the appearance of:
- Giving preferential treatment.
- Using positions for personal gain.
- Impeding efficiency.
- Losing independence or impartiality.
- Affecting adversely the confidence of NRPP constituents in the integrity of certification operations.
The Certification Council and staff ensure that in their dealings with constituents that they are and will remain impartial.