Some useful references on EMF safety

Some useful references on EMF safety
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EMF health authorities

The World Health Organisation (WHO)
The WHO has taken the international lead for coordinating research, public information and safety standards for human exposure to EMF.
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The International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
The ICNIRP has published EMF exposure guidelines for both RF and ELF which are endorsed by the WHO and used widely throughout the world.
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The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA)
ARPANSA is the federal government’s expert authority for radiation safety. They provide public information on RF EMF and can be contacted for enquiries at (03) 9433-2211
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EMF safety standards & Guidelines
ARPANSA Radiation protection Standards
ICNIRP Guidelines
NHMRC 50 Hz Guidelines
EMF exposure assessment
ARPANSA
NATA
ICES/IEEE standards
IEC Standards
CENELEC Standards
ITU Standards
EMF and cancer
IARC
Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS)
WHO

Mobile phones and other portable devices
ARPANSA
ACMA
EMCT
ACMA

TV towers and mobile base stations
ARPANSA
ACMA
GSMA
MCF
NSA
EMF bioeffects research
ACEBR
University of Achen