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Below are some of the official exposure standards and guidelines set in place in different countries. There has been a general downward trend in the exposure levels which are considered safe, as research has continued over the past thirty years. On average, it takes six to ten years for new published medical research to become a country standard at a legislative level.

Official Exposure Levels and Guidelines

providing solutions for safer technology International Standards Banner with sound wave pic W/cm2	Exposure Guidelines and Standards	Date 	0.01	European Citizens Initiative	2013 	5000	EU Directive Occupational Exposure	2013 	0.0003 - 0.0006	Bioinitiative Report	2012 	0.01	European Parliament	2011 	4750	UK MOD, Occupational Exposure	2010 	0.01	Germany SBM -2008- sleeping areas	2008 	0.10	BioInitiative Report - Outdoors	2007 	10	Russian National Committee Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection	2003 	0.0010	Salzburg GSM/3G Outside Houses	2002 	0.0001	Salzburg GSM/3G Inside Houses	2002 	5000	FCC (USA) OET-65 - Occupational	2001 	1000	FCC (USA) OET-65 - General Population	2001 	200	Australia	2001 	112	Belgium (excluding Wallonia)	2001 	10	Italy (Sum of Frequencies)	2001 	10	Russia, People's Republic of China	2001 	9.5	Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg	2001 	2.4	Belgium Wallonia	2001 	1	Vienna (Sum GSM)	2001 	0.1	Italy (Single Frequency)	2001 	0.01	EU-Parl, GD Wissenschaft, STOA GSM	2001 	0.1	Salzburg, Austria (Cell Tower Siting Guidelines)	2000 	0.0001	Burgerforum BRD Proposal, Waking Areas	1999	 	0.000001	Burgerforum BRD Proposal, Sleeping Areas	1999 	900	International Commission Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection	1998 	0.0048	Median Level, 15 US Cities	1977 	10	USSR - 8 hour working day	1976 	10000	East Germany	1976 	10000	United States Standards Institute	1976 	25	Czechoslovakia - Continuous Wave	1976 	10	Czechoslovakia - Pulsed	1976 	10	Poland	1973 0.5	Average 1000m From Cellular Mast Tower 	1	Average 100m From Cellular Mast Tower 	3	Average 10m From Cellular Mast Tower 	40	Smart Meter 2.4 Ghz 1m Away 	4	Smart Meter 2.4 Ghz 3m Away 	1000 - 10000	Cell Phone Close To Ear During Call 	0.001	WIFI Signal at 7 metres 	0.010	WIFI Signal at 5 metres 	1000	30 cm From A Microwave Oven Cooking 	0.0063	Ambient RF (1 Ghz - 3.5 Ghz) Urban Environment 	0.010	Ambient RF (European Residence) 	0.0000000002	Mobile Phone Handsets Can Work Down To About 	0.0000000001	Natural Background Level (all RF Frequencies) 	0.000000000000001	Cosmic Background at 1800 MHz Average approx Google Plus logo
Wireless Tech Safety Twitter logo Facebook logo International Standards Banner with sound wave pic providing solutions for safer technology Google plus logo 0.5	Average 1000m From Cellular Mast Tower 	1	Average 100m From Cellular Mast Tower 	3	Average 10m From Cellular Mast Tower 	40	Smart Meter 2.4 Ghz 1m Away 	4	Smart Meter 2.4 Ghz 3m Away 	1000 - 10000	Cell Phone Close To Ear During Call 	0.001	WIFI Signal at 7 metres 	0.010	WIFI Signal at 5 metres 	1000	30 cm From A Microwave Oven Cooking 	0.0063	Ambient RF (1 Ghz - 3.5 Ghz) Urban Environment 	0.010	Ambient RF (European Residence) 	0.0000000002	Mobile Phone Handsets Can Work Down To About 	0.0000000001	Natural Background Level (all RF Frequencies) 	0.000000000000001	Cosmic Background at 1800 MHz Average approx W/cm2	Exposure Guidelines and Standards	Date 	0.01	European Citizens Initiative	2013 	5000	EU Directive Occupational Exposure	2013 	0.0003 - 0.0006	Bioinitiative Report	2012 	0.01	European Parliament	2011 	4750	UK MOD, Occupational Exposure	2010 	0.01	Germany SBM -2008- sleeping areas	2008 	0.10	BioInitiative Report - Outdoors	2007 	10	Russian National Committee Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection	2003 	0.0010	Salzburg GSM/3G Outside Houses	2002 	0.0001	Salzburg GSM/3G Inside Houses	2002 	5000	FCC (USA) OET-65 - Occupational	2001 	1000	FCC (USA) OET-65 - General Population	2001 	200	Australia	2001 	112	Belgium (excluding Wallonia)	2001 	10	Italy (Sum of Frequencies)	2001 	10	Russia, People's Republic of China	2001 	9.5	Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg	2001 	2.4	Belgium Wallonia	2001 	1	Vienna (Sum GSM)	2001 	0.1	Italy (Single Frequency)	2001 	0.01	EU-Parl, GD Wissenschaft, STOA GSM	2001 	0.1	Salzburg, Austria (Cell Tower Siting Guidelines)	2000 	0.0001	Burgerforum BRD Proposal, Waking Areas	1999	 	0.000001	Burgerforum BRD Proposal, Sleeping Areas	1999 	900	International Commission Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection	1998 	0.0048	Median Level, 15 US Cities	1977 	10	USSR - 8 hour working day	1976 	10000	East Germany	1976 	10000	United States Standards Institute	1976 	25	Czechoslovakia - Continuous Wave	1976 	10	Czechoslovakia - Pulsed	1976 	10	Poland	1973
Below are some of the official exposure standards and guidelines set in place in different countries. There has been a general downward trend in the exposure levels which are considered safe, as research has continued over the past thirty years. On average, it takes six to ten years for new published medical research to become a country standard at a legislative level.

Official Exposure Levels and Guidelines

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Wireless Tech Safety Twitter Logo Facebook logo International Standards Banner with sound wave pic providing solutions for safer technology 0.5	Average 1000m From Cellular Mast Tower 	1	Average 100m From Cellular Mast Tower 	3	Average 10m From Cellular Mast Tower 	40	Smart Meter 2.4 Ghz 1m Away 	4	Smart Meter 2.4 Ghz 3m Away 	1000 - 10000	Cell Phone Close To Ear During Call 	0.001	WIFI Signal at 7 metres 	0.010	WIFI Signal at 5 metres 	1000	30 cm From A Microwave Oven Cooking 	0.0063	Ambient RF (1 Ghz - 3.5 Ghz) Urban Environment 	0.010	Ambient RF (European Residence) 	0.0000000002	Mobile Phone Handsets Can Work Down To About 	0.0000000001	Natural Background Level (all RF Frequencies) 	0.000000000000001	Cosmic Background at 1800 MHz Average approx W/cm2	Exposure Guidelines and Standards	Date 	0.01	European Citizens Initiative	2013 	5000	EU Directive Occupational Exposure	2013 	0.0003 - 0.0006	Bioinitiative Report	2012 	0.01	European Parliament	2011 	4750	UK MOD, Occupational Exposure	2010 	0.01	Germany SBM -2008- sleeping areas	2008 	0.10	BioInitiative Report - Outdoors	2007 	10	Russian National Committee Non-Ionizing  		Radiation Protection	2003 	0.0010	Salzburg GSM/3G Outside Houses	2002 	0.0001	Salzburg GSM/3G Inside Houses	2002 	5000	FCC (USA) OET-65 - Occupational	2001 	1000	FCC (USA) OET-65 - General Population	2001 	200	Australia	2001 	112	Belgium (excluding Wallonia)	2001 	10	Italy (Sum of Frequencies)	2001 	10	Russia, People's Republic of China	2001 	9.5	Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg	2001 	2.4	Belgium Wallonia	2001 	1	Vienna (Sum GSM)	2001 	0.1	Italy (Single Frequency)	2001 	0.01	EU-Parl, GD Wissenschaft, STOA GSM	2001 	0.1	Salzburg, Austria (Cell Tower Siting Guidelines)	2000 	0.0001	Burgerforum BRD Proposal, Waking Areas	1999 	0.000001	Burgerforum BRD Proposal, Sleeping Areas	1999 	900	International Commission Non-Ionizing  		Radiation Protection	1998 	0.0048	Median Level, 15 US Cities	1977 	10	USSR - 8 hour working day	1976 	10000	East Germany	1976 	10000	United States Standards Institute	1976 	25	Czechoslovakia - Continuous Wave	1976 	10	Czechoslovakia - Pulsed	1976 	10	Poland	1973
Below are some of the official exposure standards and guidelines set in place in different countries. There has been a general downward trend in the exposure levels which are considered safe, as research has continued over the past thirty years. On average, it takes six to ten years for new published medical research to become a country standard at a legislative level.

Official Exposure Levels and Guidelines

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