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Table 1

Aims of developing radon radiation protection culture for different stakeholders.

Stakeholder group Aims of developing radiation protection culture
Citizens Raise their awareness about radon risk in dwellings; acquire knowledge on ways to measure and to remediate; increase willingness to implement measurements and remediation/protective actions in their home
Local elected representatives and administrations Raise awareness about radon risk in their local area; acquire knowledge on their responsibilities regarding radon risk; implement measurement campaigns in their municipalities (public buildings, but not only); implement or support remediation/protective actions; engage action plans on radon as part of their duty to address public health issues in their territories
Building professionals (organizations, groups and workers in the field of building construction and maintenance) Raise awareness about radon risk in buildings (dwellings, public buildings); acquire knowledge on possible remediation actions; integrate radon risk at the design stage of new buildings (preventive actions); integrate the radon issue in a global approach of public health in buildings (in connection with indoor air quality, energy efficiency…)
National/local authorities (e.g. in charge of RP, Health, Environment, Air Quality) Raise their awareness about radon risk, to be involved in (support) the implementation of actions such as measurement campaigns, remediation/preventive actions

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