This year’s National Register of RF Workers is being held in collaboration with Cambridge Wireless and will be an online event on the 28th April. The meeting will be focussing on the implications of RF Safety both for the workforce and the general public and will be conducted across two sessions.
The first will explore the accurate modelling and measurement of 5G and discuss the latest clinical evidence supporting its safe implementation.
The second session focuses on the national and international challenges of regulating RF, including the impact of the new ICNIRP guidance and the practical implications for managing RF safety.
We have a range of guest speakers from across industry, academia, and national organisations and both sessions will conclude with a panel discussion where our speakers will answer the questions of delegates.
Who is it for? The meeting is suitable for senior management, and health, safety and environment professionals in companies where staff exposure to RF can exceed public guidelines. It will be particularly useful for all those who seek further clarity and guidance on the impact of working with RF.
What will I get out of this? Those attending will gain a better understanding of the potential and perceived risk of RF, the practical issues of measuring RF in the workplace - how it might be managed and mitigated, and the implications of 5G.
There is a small fee of £10 plus VAT to attend this webinar.
We do have LIMITED FREE PLACES AVAILABLE for this event for those who are under 35 and for organisations of less than 5 employees. CW wants to engage with, and foster the next generation of technologists, engineers and academics. If you would like to register for one of these tickets, then please email email@example.com to receive a discount code.