UK safety legislation, in the form of ‘The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations (CEMFAW) 2016’ (based on the EMF Directive 2013/35/EU), places a responsibility on all employers to assess and, if necessary, limit workers’ exposure to electromagnetic radiation. Whether your company requires an EMF assessment for your facility, a survey for your development or EMF analysis of your equipment, our award-winning chartered experts deliver the solution to your compliance problems. Get in touch today for your free consultation.
Is your organisation unsure how to comply with the myriad of electromagnetic field compliance legislation and guidance, including The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations or CEMFAW, the EMF Directive 2013/35/EU, the Council Recommendation 1999/519/EC or ICNIRP guidance? We can help. Our award-winning Chartered Radiation Protection Professionals specialise in the assessment of compliance with any EMF guidance or standard. Utilising our in-depth knowledge and years of experience as leaders in EMF safety, we quickly and effectively advise on safety zones and provide action plans to achieve compliance in a cost-effective way.
Our chartered experts can efficiently survey any size of facility. This allows us to provide detailed reports to the highest possible standards, so clients can be certain that their facilities or projects comply fully with EMF regulations. As the UK’s leading electromagnetic specialists, our highly skilled assessors have worked with some of Europe’s largest companies. Our technical knowledge and advice assure clients that their workforce, whether they are ‘standard’ workers or workers with cardiac devices (‘workers at particular risk’) are fully protected from EMF exposure hazards.
The physics behind electromagnetic fields, and the way in which they interact with the body can be difficult to understand. Additionally, the route to compliance with the EMF regulations or EMF Directive can be confusing for a non-specialist.
The EMF Directive states that electromagnetic safety assessments should be carried out by competent persons at regular intervals. EMFcomp Limited has an unrivalled record of accomplishment of demonstrating compliance with the EMF regulations and EMF Directive for any sector. We are the UK’s premium EMF safety specialists. Our award-winning services can decipher the details within EMF legislation and present them in easy-to-understand language. This results in a detailed report, clear guidance, and recommendations for your application.
Our company is a specialist in authoritative EMF safety advice and services. In 2013, we co-wrote the European Commission’s Guide on EMF Safety, ‘The Practical Guide to the EMF Directive’ that forms the basis for assessing compliance with new UK EMF legislation ‘The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016’. The advice, measurement, and modelling services that we provide in electromagnetic safety are based on the published scientific research.
With decades of hands-on experience and hundreds of EMF assessments completed, our electromagnetic experts help companies fully comply with the EMF Directive 2013/35/EU or similar requirements. As accredited by SafeContractor and an Affiliate of the Society for Radiological Protection, we are committed to reducing the risks associated with non-compliance and empowering clients to maintain the highest health and safety standards. Please contact us for a free consultation.
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