We’re delighted to announce that this year’s annual event will be held in person for the first time since 2019. It is being hosted at the University of Birmingham’s brand-new conference park and hotel in collaboration with the Radio Tehcnology SIG at Cambridge Wireless.
The event will cover a broad range of topics but with an overarching focus on the implications of RF Safety for the workforce and the general public. The meeting will be conducted across two sessions. The first will explore practical elements of the accurate modelling and measuring of RF exposure at a range of sites. The second will report on the findings of the COSMOS study (the international study exploring the impacts of mobile telephones on public health), the new study exploring the health effects of 5G and the work of the recently launched National Spectrum Centre.
The full day event will have a range of guest speakers from across industry, and academia, including Link Microtek, BT Telecom, Imperial College London and University of Bristol. The day will conclude with a panel discussion where our speakers will be joined by experts in the field to directly 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 and how it might be managed and mitigated.
Please note this event will operate under the Chatham House Rule.
There is a small registration fee of £20 plus VAT to attend. Please note there is limited capacity at this event so early registration is advised.