The act creates a regulatory framework for individuals practicing as radon measurement professionals or radon mitigation professionals. On and after July 1, 2022, an individual is prohibited from practicing as a radon measurement professional or radon mitigation professional unless the individual is licensed by the director of the division of professions and occupations in the department of regulatory agencies. The act establishes the requirements to qualify for a license, exemptions to the licensure requirements, and the grounds upon which disciplinary action may be taken against a licensee.
The regulation of radon professionals is scheduled to repeal on September 1, 2027. Before the repeal, the regulatory provisions are scheduled for sunset review by the department of regulatory agencies.
The act appropriates $63,134 from the division of professions and occupations cash fund to the department of regulatory agencies to implement the act. Of this total amount, $40,308 is allocated to personal services, $6,875 is allocated to operating expenses, and $15,951 is allocated and reappropriated to the department of law for the provision of legal services.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)