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https://www.academia.edu/49209568/World_Health_Organization_International_EMF_Project_International_Advisory_Committee_IAC_25th_anniversary_of_the_International_EMF_Project_and_the_10th_Optical_Radiation_meeting_South_Africa_National_Report_2021 and https://www.academia.edu/49209568/World_Health_Organization_International_EMF_Project_International_Advisory_Committee_IAC_25th_anniversary_of_the_International_EMF_Project_and_the_10th_Optical_Radiation_meeting_South_Africa_National_Report_2021 Electrohypersensitivity (EHS): Similar to findings in IT, FR, and the NLs, a number of individuals have reported a variety of health problems that they relate to EMF exposure at home and in the workplace. Rulings have acknowledged that EMF-related health issues could result in workplace-related accidents or illness. The biggest obstacle to...
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Source: National Law Review https://www.natlawreview.com/article/california-employment-law-notes-march-2021 Brown v. Los Angeles Unified School Dist., 2021 WL 631030 (Cal. Ct. App. 2021) Laurie Brown, a teacher at Millikan Middle School, alleged she experienced chronic pain, which was allegedly caused by a new Wi-Fi system the school had installed.  Brown’s medical provider diagnosed her with “electromagnetic hypersensitivity sensitivity” (EHS).  Brown...
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Is the Appellate Court ruling misinterpreted? The full verdict is accessible from this link Opinion 1: California Appellate Court DID NOT rule about Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) as a disability. The case is far from over, and nothing’s been proven yet. As Judge Wiley who concurred on the ruling stated: “I worry about giving any sort of...
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Dykema Gossett PLLC USA February 23 2021 Is Wi-Fi sickness a disability? The California Court of Appeal just said it is in Brown v. Los Angeles Unified School District (2d Dist., Div. Eight), Case No. B294240. In a case that tests the limits of California’s liberal pleading standard, the appellate court green-lighted a claim of a woman who...
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Note: this is an American law and people from other countries may adapt it to their disability discrimination laws.   The following ADA Accommodations Request Packet may be used by ES (electrosensitivity) sufferers to apply for reasonable accommodations to help avoid RF radiation from “small cells” and Wi-Fi in public government areas, related to accessibility or...
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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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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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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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Electro-sensibilité, le cri d’alarme des médecins 19 février 2016 / Marie Astier (Reporterre) Excerpts from translation: Adopted a year ago, the law on electromagnetic waves, although timid, will allow to better regulate the implementation of  antennas. Nevertheless, the electro-hypersensitive always struggle to have the ‘disease of the waves’ recognized. A year ago, after a series...
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Electrosensitivity: “A disability that cannot be dismissed” by Hugo Jalinière, Sciences et Avenir, 27 August 2015 (translated by the Editor of “Towards Better Health”) “Sciences et Avenir” interviewed Dr. Pierre Biboulet, the medical expert appointed by the Court of Toulouse which for the first time in France accorded an adult with disabilities allowance for reasons...
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