Radon measurement professionals are not required to be licensed in the state of New Mexico. The state does maintain and post a listing of professionals that are certified through the National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) or National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP).
PHII's course has been approved by both the NRSB and NRPP as an initial certification course. Once you have completed the PHII Radon Measurement course, you will be given instructions with regard to taking either the NRSB or NRPP exam.
The NRSB has also approved this course for 16 hours of continuing education.
State Contact Information:
Michael Taylor, Program Coordinator
Indoor Radon Outreach Program
(505) 660-5690 cell or (505)476-8608
(505) 476-8654 fax
Continuing Education ApprovalsRadon Measurement Training
can be used for continuing education credits in West Virginia, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Washington, Arkansas, Alaska, Connecticut, Oregon, Ohio, South & Dakota
16-hour Interactive Online Course
Radon Technician (CRT) Certification
Radon Inspection Forms and Mitigation Checklist
Non-interference Radon Test Agreement
Free $149 Membership in NSHI
Free $149 InspectHost Website!
Radon Inspection Report Creator ($399 Value)