ICNIRP Guidelines

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The International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation (ICNIRP) is based in Germany. Its mission is to disseminate information and advice on the potential health hazards of exposure to non-ionising radiation.

EMF Directive 2013/35/EU is effective 1st July 2016.

Employers within the European union must not breach legal guidelines for employee exposure to electromagnetic fields.

To comply with the directive, analysis must be undertaken as employers have the responsibility to test the workplace in order to protect employees from the physical risk of electromagnetic occupational assault.

If the electromagnetic environment is above the levels set in place, then advanced electromagnetic remediation techniques must be implemented.

Our service provides on-site electromagnetic mapping analysis which is electronically witnessed within our written reports. This in itself is the required compliance documentation, protecting the business from subsequent litigation and providing independent proof of the businesses process of conformity.

For “Biological Guidelines” see the page-links below:
SAGE Guidelines

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