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European Union Directive 35/2013 requires Employers to monitor, control and reduce the electromagnetic radiation that Employees are exposed to from IT equipment. It becomes effective in 2016. This can be accomplished by commissioning an EM Site Survey and Audit report following the audit methodology BS EN 50499 (Procedure for the assessment of workers exposed to EM fields). A number of companies in the UK have already undertaken such surveys and discovered that IT equipment, while meeting regulatory standards at manufacture stage, are deployed in a manner which exceeds the latest Public or Occupational exposure standards.

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The report will cover: Average and specific EM exposure levels for employees Hotspots which exceed regulatory exposure limits An assessment of corporate risk associated with the working environment Staff Safety Instruction guidance recommendations Process and procedure recommendations Technical Change recommendations Material to inform future IT Strategy decisions
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Wireless Tech Safety Twitter logo Facebook logo EM Safety Survey and Audit report banner providing solutions for safer technology Google plus logo The report will cover:  	Average and specific EM exposure levels for employees 	Hotspots which exceed regulatory exposure limits 	An assessment of corporate risk associated with the working environment 	Staff Safety Instruction guidance recommendations 	Process and procedure recommendations 	Technical Change recommendations 	Material to inform future IT Strategy decisions
European Union Directive 35/2013 requires Employers to monitor, control and reduce the electromagnetic radiation that Employees are exposed to from IT equipment. It becomes effective in 2016. This can be accomplished by commissioning an EM Site Survey and Audit report following the audit methodology BS EN 50499 (Procedure for the assessment of workers exposed to EM fields). A number of companies in the UK have already undertaken such surveys and discovered that IT equipment, while meeting regulatory standards at manufacture stage, are deployed in a manner which exceeds the latest Public or Occupational exposure standards.

EM Safety Survey / Audit Report

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European Union Directive 35/2013 requires Employers to monitor, control and reduce the electromagnetic radiation that Employees are exposed to from IT equipment. It becomes effective in 2016. This can be accomplished by commissioning an EM Site Survey and Audit report following the audit methodology BS EN 50499 (Procedure for the assessment of workers exposed to EM fields). A number of companies in the UK have already undertaken such surveys and discovered that IT equipment, while meeting regulatory standards at manufacture stage, are deployed in a manner which exceeds the latest Public or Occupational exposure standards.
The report will cover: Average and specific EM exposure levels for employees Hotspots which exceed regulatory exposure limits An assessment of corporate risk associated with the working environment Staff Safety Instruction guidance recommendations Process and procedure recommendations Technical Change recommendations Material to inform future IT Strategy decisions
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