National Radon Certification Boards: Use these resources to get information about certification courses and exams:
Online Licensing Portal at Access Indiana: An Access Indiana account is necessary to apply for an Indiana license. See the “Access Indiana Cheat Sheet” below for information and instructions on how to apply for an Access Indiana account.
- Access Indiana Cheat Sheet - Reference these instructions to guide you during the application process
Indiana Radon License Application - To be used when applying for a radon professional license (Only complete and mail in if choosing NOT to apply online)
Indiana Radon Laboratory License Application - To be used when applying for a radon laboratory license (Only complete and mail in if choosing NOT to apply online)
All licensing questions should be directed to Marcia Jordan at email@example.com or 317-234-8604.
Compliance and Reporting for Indiana Radon Professionals
As per 410 IAC 5.1-28(f), all Indiana-licensed primary testers, laboratory testers and mitigators are required to report all radon activity to IDOH on a form approved by IDOH. All reports are due on Jan. 31st for data from the previous calendar year (e.g. 2023 testing/mitigation data is due on Jan. 31, 2024). See below for information on the reporting process.
Compliance and Reporting for Indiana Radon Professionals: Memo on Annual Radon Reports
To Report Radon Testing and Radon Mitigation Activity:
- Report radon activities at this website.
- Radon Report User Guide - Reference the guide for assistance to complete reporting
- Radon Reporting Abbreviations - Reference for assistance to complete reporting
- Radon testing and mitigation reporting Excel template is found here.
For questions concerning compliance and reporting, contact Jennifer Berk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-419-0440
Advisories and Alerts
Emergency Radon Rule Amendment – July 8, 2020
More information about the emergency rule amendment can be found below and here.
On July 8, 2020, an emergency radon rule amendment revising the certification and standards requirements regarding radon testing, mitigation, and laboratory analysis, in accordance with the requirements of House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1334 from the 2020 Legislative Session, was passed by the IDOH Executive Board. The changes approved will impact, among other things, updates to current industry standards of practice, a modification of license terms, and national and state credential requirements.