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ITU-T - K.145

Assessment and management of compliance with radio frequency electromagnetic field exposure limits for workers at radiocommunication sites and facilities

active, Most Current
Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 22
scope:

This Recommendation identifies three groups of workers: radiofrequency (RF) workers (for whom RF-EMF exposure is intrinsic to the nature of their work); informed workers (who have been provided with information on RF-EMF safe working practices for a site) and all other workers who are regarded as members of the public for the purposes on RF-EMF exposure limits. It provides guidance on the management of situations where RF workers and informed workers can be exposed under controlled/occupational exposure conditions at levels higher than general population/uncontrolled exposure limits. Reference is made to the difference between general public and occupational limit levels. Good practices are described for workers and employers, including workers, such as pregnant women, and workers with implanted or external medical devices, that can be active or non-active (passive), for whom other limits may apply.

Document History

K.145
November 1, 2019
Assessment and management of compliance with radio frequency electromagnetic field exposure limits for workers at radiocommunication sites and facilities
This Recommendation identifies three groups of workers: radiofrequency (RF) workers (for whom RF-EMF exposure is intrinsic to the nature of their work); informed workers (who have been provided with...

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