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Electromagnetic fields, produced by any electrical equipment, can be hazardous to workers. They can also interfere with cardiac devices. Because of this, the UK government have introduced regulatory requirements and limits. All employers have a legal responsibility to ensure that these limits are not exceeded.
Compliance with the limits in The Control Of Electromagnetic Field At Work Regulations can either be achieved through measurement or calculation. However, the legal limits vary with the frequency of the fields and the evaluation, hence the legislation, is often complex.
Only qualified surveyors should be used to complete an EMF survey to assess compliance with the EMF regulations. The relevant qualification is the Society for Radiological Protection’s (SRP’s) Chartered Radiation Protection Professional (CRadP).
All EMFcomp surveyors are Chartered Radiation Protection Professionals, educated to PhD level, and Members of the Society for Radiological Protection. These qualifications guarantee that best practice is applied to EMF surveys. We are the UK’s premium safety specialists and have carried out over 100 EMF compliance surveys. EMFcomp Limited has a huge amount of knowledge and experience in radiation safety and the new EMF Regs. Our award-winning services are able to decipher the details within EMF legislation and present them in easy to understand language.
Selected organisations we have worked with include: The European Commission • AT&T • EDF Energy • Nissan • Public Health England • Royal Society of Canada • Jaguar Land Rover • BT • TDK Lambda • Queen Mary University London • Capita • WSP • Glasgow Airport • ABB • BT Sport • Mitsubishi • Newcastle University • Siemens
Our company is a specialist in authoritative EMF safety advice and services. We recently co-wrote the EU’s Guide on EMF Safety for the European Commission, ‘The Practical Guide to the EMF Directive’. This forms the basis for assessing compliance with new UK EMF legislation ‘The Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016’ (CEMFAW). The advice, measurement and modelling services that we provide in electromagnetic safety are based on the published scientific research.
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