Compliance EMF Testing
Employers have a duty to take reasonable steps to prevent harm in the workplace and this duty includes considering any risks arising from exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Conducting an EMF test in a workplace will ensure compliance with the latest CEMFAW regulations and should be an important part of any health and safety strategy. The risk of employees being exposed to high levels of EMF can be a very real possibility, especially in certain industries such as manufacturing or property development.
What We Do
Occupational EMF Compliance Test
The control of electromagnetic fields at work regulations 2016 transposes the requirements of European Commission Directive 2013/35/EU. This Directive lays down the minimum requirements for the protection of employees from risks to their health and safety arising, or likely to arise, from exposure to electromagnetic fields.
These Regulations, often abbreviated to CEMFAW Regulations place duties on employers to assess an employees' potential exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) with reference to action levels (ALs) and exposure limit values (ELVs).
Employers as part of managing the health and safety of their business already need to control the risks in the workplace. This is a requirement under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (MHSW). Employers need to think about what might cause harm to people and take reasonable steps to prevent harm – this includes considering any risks arising from exposure to EMFs.
EMF compliance and regulations can be very confusing, especially for someone new to the subject. We will guide you through the process from start to finish, explaining one step at a time. We will cut through the fluff and focus only on what's important and relevant to your particular EMF safety risk.