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Home Inspectors of Tennessee Association (HITA)

What are the benefits of using an HITA inspector ?
Choosing a HITA home inspector means choosing an inspector familiar with and experienced in the sometimes unique conditions that affect homes in Tennessee.  HITA inspectors are focused on construction issues in Tennessee and not the myriad of national issues that might be important in other areas.  HITA inspectors adhere to the Tennessee standards of practice and code of ethics

Posted in Submitted by PierreBillard on Wed, 01/07/2009 - 16:39.

National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP)

The NEHA National Radon Proficiency Program is the leading certification program for radon professionals in North America. We’re pleased to note that our program was officially deemed equivalent to the USEPA’s certification program in 2001. Since then, through the professional efforts of the National Environmental Health Association and the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists, and the independent oversight of both an independent Policy Advisory Board and Education Advisory Board, consisting of 16 public and private sector officials, educators, practitioners and well respected scientists, the NRRP program has grown into the largest body of radon professionals anywhere in the world. The NEHA-NRPP program is also supported administratively through both the staff of the American Association of Radon Scientist’s and independent scientists and technical advisors who serve on the AARST Technical and Science committee.

Individuals and laboratories holding NEHA-NRPP certification have not only met the requirements set forth by the original EPA program, but we are constantly looking for ways to raise the standards of professionalism. The NEHA-NRPP logo carries both the tradition and commitment of the National Environmental Health Association and the responsibility to full compliance with national standards and regulations. We encourage and support true compliance with the recognized standards of practice as we believe this will protect public health and safety. We fully support state and local regulations that seek to bring about professional compliance and recognize the best practices.

Posted in Submitted by PierreBillard on Wed, 01/07/2009 - 16:51.