Radio frequency Toolkit - British Colombia Centre for Disease Control

The Radiofrequency Toolkit was developed in response to requests from British Colombia's medical and environmental health officers to the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) for assistance in assessing and communicating the risk to health from exposure to the many devices which emit radiofrequency waves. Students, public health residents, and specialists in epidemiology from outside BCCDC collaborated with staff from BCCDC and the National Collaborating Center for Environmental Health (NCCEH) on this project. 

The toolkit provides background on the physics of RF, its sources, measurement and exposure characteristics as well as an evaluation of the current scientific literature on potential biological and health effects associated with exposure to RF.

This Toolkit is intended for use by public health professionals and is now available for general access

Click here for the Radio Frequency Toolkit