Coherence of EU policy with regard to protection from electromagnetic fields (EMF)

Published:
13 December, 2002
Policies and Issues:
Electromagnetic Fields Directive (EMF)
Sectors:
Electrical & Electronic

Orgalime and WEM, the employers organisation of the metal trades in Europe covering the engineering, manufacturing and technology based companies represent between them about 200,000 companies employing some 12 million people.

In this joint position paper, ORGALIME and WEM express their increasing concerns for what they see as the lack of coherence and proportionality in the Commission's approach to the issue of electromagnetic fields(EMF), as shown in the many ongoing EU initiatives.

References: EU Regulatory initiatives on EMF

emf_131202.doc (110 KB)Download
emf_letter_busquin_0103.PDF (74.39 KB)Download
emf_letter_diamantopoulou_0103.PDF (81.13 KB)Download
emf_informal_note.pdf (221.89 KB)Download
Responsible:
Philippe Portalier
Position:
Director Internal Market & Standardisation
Responsible:
Caio Lobo
Position:
Junior Adviser

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