Occupational Safety and Health
ITU International Standard

Safety in electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (relating to environmental electromagnetic compatibility) 

Members of International Bodies

EMF Reports

The assessment of technical EMC reports for compliance suitability is sometimes beyond the ability of a lay person and is best left to the experts. We provide an EMC report assessment service, whereby you supply your overseas or local test report to us and we assess it and supply you with a detailed written assessment identifying suitability along with any shortcomings that should be addressed.

We can also sit down with you and provide guidance on understanding the EMC requirements and or EMC standards applicable to your product for the local and overseas markets.

Buildeing EMF Reports

EMF Simulations Reports

Non Ionising EMF Certificate

Celular Tower EMF Servay

EMF Site Audit

Detail Informations

EMF Training Centre


Detail Informations

EMF Assessment and Remediation

The EMF Issue

Electromagnetic fields, or EMF, can be problematic from two perspectives: the concern over potential health effects from human exposure, and the disruption to sensitive equipment under high field conditions. Our EMF testing and remediation services can address both issues.

Human Exposure Concerns

Scientific studies in recent years have shown an apparent correlation between exposure to elevated EMF from electrical power systems and the risk of adverse health effects. The same is true for radio frequency radiation from broadcast and cell phone towers. Significant controversy now exists over the degree of risk posed by this exposure, and the mechanisms of interaction by which electromagnetic fields may influence biological processes.

Proactive Response

Confronted with this uncertain risk, many individuals have chosen to take a cautious approach and limit their exposure where possible. Our services address this environmental health concern by providing site assessment surveys, remediation, and building design consultation. We take an objective, information-based approach to this issue in which clearly defined guidelines have not been established.

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)

Equipment interference and performance degradation is a commonly encountered effect. EMI is the terminology usually employed. Sensitive analytical and research instrumentation are most commonly affected. An array of EMI remediation modalities, including active cancellation and shielding, are available to counter this problem.