• Published 2018

ON THE ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN EXPOSURE TO LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD AT THE WORKPLACE

@inproceedings{Morega2018ONTA,
  title={ON THE ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN EXPOSURE TO LOW FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD AT THE WORKPLACE},
  author={Mihaela Morega and B ILEANAMARIA and Ran and Alexandru M. Morega and ALNAMIR KAZEM LEAIBI HUSSAIN},
  year={2018}
}
  • Mihaela Morega, B ILEANAMARIA, +2 authors ALNAMIR KAZEM LEAIBI HUSSAIN
The community concerns on the possible harmful effects of electromagnetic fields and the pending safe labor conditions in the Member States were substantiated by the European legislative body through the Directive 2004/40/EC on the workers’ exposure to hazards arising from physical agents (electromagnetic fields) and the related minimum safety and health requirements. After a decade of intensive consultation and debate on practical implementation issues with representatives of national… CONTINUE READING

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