Our Services:  Expert advice

The management of EMF safety presents some special challenges. Standards and regulations governing EMF safety are typically long and technically complex, are sometimes open to interpretation, and are usually well outside the expertise of an organisation’s core business. Moreover, the effort to get up to speed on this confusing hazard is often well out of proportion to the scale of physical risk, drawing WHS resources away from less exotic but more important dangers such as slips, trips and falls.

Two Fields Consulting can help you fast track your approach to managing EMF safety which meets your WHS obligations in an appropriate and cost effective manner. We stay abreast of new developments through our research and standards activities and can draw on our large network of associates and expert colleagues in this field.

Here’s some of the many EMF safety topics we’ve advised on:

  • Identifying regulatory requirements for EMF safety
  • Reviewing and interpreting EMF exposure assessment reports
  • Nominating and managing RF workers
  • Calculating uncertainty of EMF assessments
  • Risk assessment of EMF exposures from a Magnetic Resonance Imager (MRI)
  • Determining the appropriate exposure limits for EMF devices and infrastructure
  • Handling a suspected EMF overexposure incident
  • Assessing the impact of new EMF safety standards
  • Estimating probabilities of compliance errors
  • Evaluating claims of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS)
  • Meeting special obligations to pregnant workers
  • Assessing EMF compliance of body mounted radiotranceivers
  • Assessing metallic implants in RF workers
  • Auditing risks of EMF hazards in a workplace
  • Clarifying roles and responsibilities for managing corporate EMF safety
  • Setting effective and practical safety controls for EMF hazards
  • Specifying appropriate content for EMF safety documentation
  • Setting key learning objectives for EMF safety awareness training
  • Choosing a competent EMF assessor
  • Specifying purchasing clauses for the safety compliance of EMF equipment
  • Negotiating responsibility of EMF sources on shared sites
  • Briefing visitors/talent about EMF site and equipment safety
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