Israel is implementing strong precautions to measure and reduce public exposure to electromagnetic radiation. Its National Activity Report 2015 advises that:

  • magnetic fields were measured in 4800 schools and action was taken to reduce fields in locations that measured more than 4 milliGauss [Australian limits allow exposure to 1000 mG];
  • ten types of mobile phones were measured for SAR [Specific Absorption Rate] and results showed that, when phones were held close to the head and in poor reception areas, some measurements exceeded those declared by the manufac- turer;
  • an educational program has been developed to show teenagers how to use mobile phones more appropriately;
  • mobile phone companies are required to provide buyers with safety information and a free and economical hands-free kit;
  • guidelines have been developed to reduce exposure to wireless radiation in schools, including limiting its hours of use, installing low-exposure equipment and monitoring radiation levels;
  • the government has approved a design for substations with low fields;
  • fourteen RF monitoring stations have been installed which record and analyse radiation levels in a given area;
  • an educational website (www.tnuda.org.il) has been developed and will be translated into English. The report can be found at: http://www.who.int/peh-emf/project/mapnatreps/ISRAEL_2015.pdf?ua=1
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About The Author – Lyn McLean is a consumer advocate, author and educator and has been monitoring and writing on the subject of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) for over 20 years. She is the director of EMR Australia.


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