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June 2015

Swedish Radiation Safety Authority`s Review of EMF and Health - 2015

The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority has published its tenth report from the Scientific Council on Electromagnetic Fields. ... click here for more information


Smart meters: compliance with radio frequency exposure standards

This new brochure from the GSMA has been designed to answer questions you may have about compliance of smart meters with radio frequency exposure standards and whether there is a risk to health ... click here for more information


WHO publishes new database of worldwide electromagnetic field (EMF) standards

The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a new database of worldwide electromagnetic field (EMF) standards in the form of an interactive graph. ... click here for more information


May 2015

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity - new ARPANSA fact sheet

The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) has publihsed a new fact sheet on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS). ... click here for more information


April 2015

Small cells and health Brochure

This brochure from the GSMA, Mobile Manufacturers Forum, and Small Cells Forum has been designed to answer questions you may have about small cells. ... click here for more information


March 2015

New Canadian wireless safety standard (Safety Code 6) announced

Health Canada has published an update to Safety Code 6 the country s standard that recommends the limits for allowable human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy ... click here for more information


SCENIHR publishes final opinion on the public health effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields

The results of current scientific research show that there are no evident adverse health effects if exposure remains below the levels recommended by the EU legislation. ... click here for more information


Australian Government releases new factsheets and video explaining EME

The Australian Government has released a new information resource on towers, radiocommunications facilities and electromagnetic energy ... click here for more information


February 2015

New Zealand - risk of brain tumours has not changed significantly with increased mobile phone use

The risk of brain tumours has not changed significantly with increased mobile phone use, according to new research from the University of Auckland. ... click here for more information


Wi-Fi Health and Safety brochure

Wireless industry groups have come together to publish an updated brochure that answers specific questions about Wi-Fi health and safety, in response to community concerns. ... click here for more information