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The wireless phenomenon has enveloped our world, its everywhere, all the time. It’s in our schools, our homes, the workplace, in public buildings and spaces, hotels, shops, trains and very soon it will be used in our cars and in-flight on aeroplanes. This revolutionary technology has enabled users easier access to devices and technology, keeping us connected – limitless access without boundaries. Whilst we embrace this technology with all its benefits, research shows that is it not safe. Microwave radiation exposure is real and the health effects are severe enough to make people ill. Our focus as an organisation is to give you all the information you need, so that you can make informed decisions when using your wireless technology.
Based in the United Kingdom, our mission is to provide education and training for the safer use of wireless technology and the reduction of Electromagnetic (EM) radiation exposure. It is our aim to present the latest key information relating to microwave radiation, so that it’s easy to understand for everyone. This includes children, teenagers, adults, parents, teachers, medical staff, technology specialists, corporate risk managers and legal teams. We will do so in multiple formats, languages and platforms for global awareness.   Quite simply we visualise a day when: Children are telling their parents that they should switch of the wireless router or turn their mobile onto flight mode, because they learned about these risks at school. Teachers are learning EMF Safety as part of their continued health & safety education. A parent has easy access to information about the dangers of wireless technology and microwave radiation exposure and is able to make informed decisions about the use of their family’s devices.   An IT Specialist works together with Occupational Health and Facilities managers, before building smart WIFI working environments in an office. They will assess the risks and ensure all reasonable measures are taken to create a safer working environment.  We work closely with the leading EM research institutions worldwide to ensure that we are at the forefront of the latest research, and the most recent legislative changes, in order to provide this crucial information.
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Exposure Level (W/cm2)	Laboratory Test Results	Date  0.3 Impaired motor function, reaction time, memory and  attention of schoolchildren. Kolodynski 1996 1 Headache, dizziness, irritability, fatigue, weakness,  insomnia, chest pain, indigestion. Simonenko 1998 4 Altered white blood cell activity in schoolchildren. Chiang 1989 5 Biochemical and histological changes in liver, heart,  kidney and brain tissue. Belokrinitsky 1982
All wireless devices use pulse modulated electromagnetic (EM) transmissions over multiple frequencies to transfer data. This is known as microwave radiation. For the past forty years doctors and scientists throughout the world have been reporting that certain levels of microwave radiation are not safe for humans. Early studies (in the table below) reported these biological effects. Since then, more extensive research has reported further negative effects at lower exposure levels. Scientists have documented that exposure to microwave radiation fields over time has negative effects on people and animals. In recognition of this a number of safety standards have been set for exposure levels. Unfortunately, very few people understand the safety standards or their own exposure levels. Since these studies have been done, our environment now contains more active sources of microwave radiation than ever before and not many people know which devices emit microwave radiation. Cell towers; mobile phones; wireless routers; wireless laptops; tablets and wireless headsets are but few. According to researchers, the average person now receives more than 100 000 times the microwave radiation that our grandparents received.
What is microwave radiation and why is it bad for you?

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Professor Gabriel Avram joined the Wireless Tech Safety Leadership team in June 2015. Gabriel is one of a small group of specialists in the world holding a PhD in Microwave Technology. He has extensive experience in microwave Research and Development, having worked for 35 years in this field, and holding more than 30 Patents. For a number of years he owned and managed a microwave testing laboratory in Europe. He specialises in complex technical projects at an enterprise level. Gabriel is a true subject matter expert, providing Wireless Tech Safety with advice and guidance.
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Cece is a technical and professional writer by trade, who helped the first public school district in the United States adopt Best Practices for Mobile Devices. Cece also worked with her public library to become the first in the nation to host a film series on Electromagnetic Radiation and Health, and to put on loan a microwave radiation detection meter for residents to borrow. She further collaborated with legislators in Massachusetts to introduce a bill addressing wireless radiation and public health. Cece is humbled by the opportunity to help educate global citizens through on-line course development and promotion with Wireless Tech Safety.
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The wireless phenomenon has enveloped our world, its everywhere, all the time. It’s in our schools, our homes, the workplace, in public buildings and spaces, hotels, shops, trains and very soon it will be used in our cars and in-flight on aeroplanes. This revolutionary technology has enabled users easier access to devices and technology, keeping us connected – limitless access without boundaries. Whilst we embrace this technology with all its benefits, research shows that is it not safe. Microwave radiation exposure is real and the health effects are severe enough to make people ill. Our focus as an organisation is to give you all the information you need, so that you can make informed decisions when using your wireless technology.
Based in the United Kingdom, our mission is to provide education and training for the safer use of wireless technology and the reduction of Electromagnetic (EM) radiation exposure. It is our aim to present the latest key information relating to microwave radiation, so that it’s easy to understand for everyone. This includes children, teenagers, adults, parents, teachers, medical staff, technology specialists, corporate risk managers and legal teams. We will do so in multiple formats, languages and platforms for global awareness.   Quite simply we visualise a day when: Children are telling their parents that they should switch of the wireless router or turn their mobile onto flight mode, because they learned about these risks at school. Teachers are learning EMF Safety as part of their continued health & safety education. A parent has easy access to information about the dangers of wireless technology and microwave radiation exposure and is able to make informed decisions about the use of their family’s devices.   An IT Specialist works together with Occupational Health and Facilities managers, before building smart WIFI working environments in an office. They will assess the risks and ensure all reasonable measures are taken to create a safer working environment.   We work closely with the leading EM research institutions worldwide to ensure that we are at the forefront of the latest research, and the most recent legislative changes, in order to provide this crucial information. 
All wireless devices use pulse modulated electromagnetic (EM) transmissions over multiple frequencies to transfer data. This is known as microwave radiation. For the past forty years doctors and scientists throughout the world have been reporting that certain levels of microwave radiation are not safe for humans. Early studies (in the table below) reported these biological effects. Since then, more extensive research has reported further negative effects at lower exposure levels. Scientists have documented that exposure to microwave radiation fields over time has negative effects on people and animals. In recognition of this a number of safety standards have been set for exposure levels. Unfortunately, very few people understand the safety standards or their own exposure levels. Since these studies have been done, our environment now contains more active sources of microwave radiation than ever before and not many people know which devices emit microwave radiation. Cell towers; mobile phones; wireless routers; wireless laptops; tablets and wireless headsets are but few. According to researchers, the average person now receives more than 100 000 times the microwave radiation that our grandparents received.
Exposure Level 	Laboratory Test Results	Date 	(W/cm2)  0.3 Kolodynski 1996 1 Simonenko 1998 4 Altered white blood cell activity in schoolchildren. Chiang 1989 5 Belokrinitsky 1982 Impaired motor function, reaction time, memory and attention of schoolchildren. Headache, dizziness, irritability, fatigue, weakness, insomnia, chest pain, indigestion. Biochemical and histological changes in liver, heart, kidney and brain tissue. providing solutions for safer technology
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Prof. Dr Gabriel Avram Research & Development Director Professor Gabriel Avram joined the Wireless Tech Safety Leadership team in June 2015. Gabriel is one of a small group of specialists in the world holding a PhD in Microwave Technology. He has extensive experience in microwave Research and Development, having worked for 35 years in this field, and holding more than 30 Patents. For a number of years he owned and managed a microwave testing laboratory in Europe. He specialises in complex technical projects at an enterprise level. Gabriel is a true subject matter expert, providing Wireless Tech Safety with advice and guidance.
Cece is a technical and professional writer by trade, who helped the first public school district in the United States adopt Best Practices for Mobile Devices. Cece also worked with her public library to become the first in the nation to host a film series on Electromagnetic Radiation and Health, and to put on loan a microwave radiation detection meter for residents to borrow. She further collaborated with legislators in Massachusetts to introduce a bill addressing wireless radiation and public health. Cece is humbled by the opportunity to help educate global citizens through on- line course development and promotion with Wireless Tech Safety.
Cecelia Doucette Communications Director, North America
Lynne-Anne West Social Responsibility Director
© Brett West 2014 - 2016 Permission granted to reproduce for personal and educational use only. Commercial copying, hiring, lending is prohibited.  Sitemap
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All wireless devices use pulse modulated electromagnetic (EM) transmissions over multiple frequencies to transfer data. This is known as microwave radiation. For the past forty years doctors and scientists throughout the world have been reporting that certain levels of microwave radiation are not safe for humans. Early studies (in the table below) reported these biological effects. Since then, more extensive research has reported further negative effects at lower exposure levels. Scientists have documented that exposure to microwave radiation fields over time has negative effects on people and animals. In recognition of this a number of safety standards have been set for exposure levels. Unfortunately, very few people understand the safety standards or their own exposure levels. Since these studies have been done, our environment now contains more active sources of microwave radiation than ever before and not many people know which devices emit microwave radiation. Cell towers; mobile phones; wireless routers; wireless laptops; tablets and wireless headsets are but few. According to researchers, the average person now receives more than 100 000 times the microwave radiation that our grandparents received.
What is microwave radiation and why is it bad for you?
Brett West Education Services Director Brett spent his first four working years as a Fire and Rescue emergency medical technician in Cape Town, before moving to London, UK and a specialist career in Information Technology. After fifteen years in IT, while working as an interim Head of IT for a major construction company, he was responsible for designing and deploying wireless technology solutions to construction sites around England. As part of a due diligence exercise, he discovered alarming published research on the subject of wireless technology and human biological effects. Since then he has studied this field intensively, and is now focused on Training for engineers and IT specialists who design and implement wireless solutions, so that they can be informed of the safety guidelines.
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Our Vision
Based in the United Kingdom, our mission is to provide education and training for the safer use of wireless technology and the reduction of Electromagnetic (EM) radiation exposure. It is our aim to present the latest key information relating to microwave radiation, so that it’s easy to understand for everyone. This includes children, teenagers, adults, parents, teachers, medical staff, technology specialists, corporate risk managers and legal teams. We will do so in multiple formats, languages and platforms for global awareness.   Quite simply we visualise a day when: Children are telling their parents that they should switch of the wireless router or turn their mobile onto flight mode, because they learned about these risks at school. Teachers are learning EMF Safety as part of their continued health & safety education. A parent has easy access to information about the dangers of wireless technology and microwave radiation exposure and is able to make informed decisions about the use of their family’s devices.   An IT Specialist works together with Occupational Health and Facilities managers, before building smart WIFI working environments in an office. They will assess the risks and ensure all reasonable measures are taken to create a safer working environment.   We work closely with the leading EM research institutions worldwide to ensure that we are at the forefront of the latest research, and the most recent legislative changes, in order to provide this crucial information. 
The wireless phenomenon has enveloped our world, its everywhere, all the time. It’s in our schools, our homes, the workplace, in public buildings and spaces, hotels, shops, trains and very soon it will be used in our cars and in-flight on aeroplanes. This revolutionary technology has enabled users easier access to devices and technology, keeping us connected – limitless access without boundaries. Whilst we embrace this technology with all its benefits, research shows that is it not safe. Microwave radiation exposure is real and the health effects are severe enough to make people ill. Our focus as an organisation is to give you all the information you need, so that you can make informed decisions when using your wireless technology.
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Associate Consultant Professor Gabriel Avram joined the Wireless Tech Safety Leadership team in June 2015. Gabriel is one of a small group of specialists in the world holding a PhD in Microwave Technology. He has extensive experience in microwave Research and Development, having worked for 35 years in this field, and holding more than 30 Patents. For a number of years he owned and managed a microwave testing laboratory in Europe. He specialises in complex technical projects at an enterprise level. Gabriel is a true subject matter expert, providing Wireless Tech Safety with advice and guidance.
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Cece is a technical and professional writer by trade, who helped the first public school district in the United States adopt Best Practices for Mobile Devices. Cece also worked with her public library to become the first in the nation to host a film series on Electromagnetic Radiation and Health, and to put on loan a microwave radiation detection meter for residents to borrow. She further collaborated with legislators in Massachusetts to introduce a bill addressing wireless radiation and public health. Cece is humbled by the opportunity to help educate global citizens through on-line course development and promotion with Wireless Tech Safety.

Cecelia Doucette

Communications Director, North America

Lynne-Anne West

Social Responsibility Director