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Electromagnetic field (EMF) safety of workplaces and products are two safety responsibilities applying to a wide range of employers and manufacturers for protection of the health of employees and the general public. Workplaces are subject to health and safety regulation such as the introduction of the EU Physical Agents Directive for EMF, 2013/35/EU. Electrical products must comply with essential health and safety requirements before placing them on the market and are regulated in the EU under CE marking Directives with specific standards for EMF safety.
The topic of EMF safety is explained on this course together with its regulation, management and assessment with practical measurement examples. It applies to industries including communications, radar, industrial processing, medicine and other fields.
Those involved in the design, installation, operation and maintenance of electrical products and installations producing electromagnetic fields. Safety practitioners from all disciplines; supervisors and managers of people working with EMF; people from other disciplines who use EMF in research, medical work and other industries.
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