The 2013/35/EU Directive, and its transposition into national law, places an obligation on employers to limit employee exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF). But how can a site demonstrate its compliance? And how do you resolve discrepancies? ENGIE Laborelec offers a low-cost electromagnetic field assessment service. We make recommendations on how to reduce exposure where it’s needed, and we can also help optimize the design of new equipment and installations.
All EU member states have now transposed the 2013/35/EU Directive into national legislation, confirming employers’ legal obligations to limit employee exposure to electromagnetic fields and to assess exposure levels
in all relevant areas of the site.
But how is it done? Every possible EMF source, whatever the frequency, must be identified. Specialist measuring equipment and expertise is then needed to assess and document the associated exposure levels.
Reporting compliance to applicable legislation
No hidden compliance issues
Calibrated equipment for the entire spectrum
Extensive experience in the field
How it works
1 - Identifying
2 - Measuring
3 - Documenting and archiving
Solutions are validated in our ISO17025-certified Electromagnetic Compatibility Lab.