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EHS Electrohypersensitivity
Research Publish Date : 2019-01-18 Journal of Environment and Health Science https://www.ommegaonline.org/article-details/The-Prevalence-of-People-With-Restricted-Access-to-Work-in-Man-Made-Electromagnetic-Environments/2402 Michael Bevington Abstract Some surveys have identified people who have restricted access to work in environments with man-made electromagnetic exposures. This study attempts to determine their prevalence, an aspect not previously investigated in its own right. It is based on analyses of the two...
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Credit for this post: Maurizio Martucci https://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2019/01/28/a-firenze-il-tribunale-fa-spegnere-il-wifi-a-scuola-un-atto-straordinariamente-innovativo/4916086/?fbclid=IwAR13yCVOD08krcMoB4Y8UjqgveEfPFEbova2TmqFDy4Fd24TmUcfwLMMI-0 January 28, 2019 Firstly an Italian court ordered the government (Ministries of the Environment and Education) to launch a campaign to advise the public of the health risks from mobile and cordless phones. https://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2019/01/16/cellulari-tar-del-lazio-obbliga-i-ministeri-a-fare-informazione-su-rischi-connessi-al-loro-uso-campagna-entro-6-mesi/4901357/ And now the Court of Florence has ordered the immediate shutdown of Wi-Fi in a...
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Source for this article: http://www.priartem.fr/EHS-Nouvelle-avancee-judiciaire-en.html?fbclid=IwAR08a3_kXRclym9jZapaO1IWlGiko87uEsylD6AbA0rB_tT4h-xJhM5w8W8 In a judgment of January 17, the Administrative Court of Cergy-Pontoise recognized the electrohypersensitivity of a research technician as an occupational disease. For Sophie PELLETIER, president of PRIARTEM, it is a double “first” : “This is the first time that the administrative jurisdiction – on which  civil servants depend –...
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  Last December the Higher Court of Justice of Aragon (TSJA) recognized and confirmed the ruling that links electrohypersensitivity to occupational electromagnetic fields exposure. This is a pioneering sentence (the first recognized case in Aragon) and the third in Spain. This confirms the judgement of the Court of First Instance of Zaragoza. The court ruling...
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This document was updated on 4/28/15 and can be accessed here: Accommodation_and_Compliance_Series_Employees_with_Electrical_Sensitivity(1) Also see:  
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The City of Peterborough in Ontario, Canada has developed the attached tip sheet to help organizations accommodate individuals who have Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS).   Also see:  Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) https://www.saferemr.com/2014/10/electromagnetic-hypersensitivity_30.html
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13 October 2018 Credit for this post: Towards Better Health https://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.com/2018/10/france-yvelines-man-recognized-as.html Yvelines: a man recognized as a victim of a work accident due to his electrosensitivity europe1.fr, 10 October 2018 – translation : An initial medical assessment had concluded that there was “psychiatric” discomfort caused by “anxiety disorders” unrelated to the work environment. A man...
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The latest ES-UK newsletter (Summer 2018) is now available: ES-UK-Newsletter-Summer-2018-vol.16-no.2(1) 
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Image: Martine Vriens 24th September, 2018 Martine Vriens: Legal advice and guidance for EHS https://www.martinevriens.com/2018/09/24/succesvolle-praktijkvoorbeelden-op-grond-van-de-wmo/ *This article was translated from Dutch and is used with permission of the author. Successful practical examples based on the “Wet Maatschappelijke Ondersteuning” (WMO)/ Social Support Act: This is a sequel to my earlier contribution of June 2015. In this...
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Environ Int. 2018 Sep 15;121(Pt 1):297-307. doi: 10.1016/j.envint.2018.08.064. [Epub ahead of print] Abstract Background Everyday exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) emitted from wireless devices such as mobile phones and base stations, radio and television transmitters is ubiquitous. Some people attribute non-specific physical symptoms (NSPS) such as headache and fatigue to exposure to RF-EMF. Most...
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