Human exposure to electromagnetic fields and SAR: tests, developments and regulations

Thanks to the ever-increasing diffusion of electrical and electronic equipment and new telecommunications technologies, the issue of human exposure to electromagnetic pollution has acquired greater importance. We are clearly talking about intentional emissions - such as those generated by radio frequency or microwave telecommunications systems - but also about what is produced by so-called involuntary emitters, ... Read more

Ozonizers for environmental sanitation: technologies and peculiarities

The sanitation and disinfection of public and private environments and means of transport are among the most sought-after methods for containment of the health emergency resulting from the spread of COVID-19. The scenario of the most used technologies sees the primacy of those based on ozonation, ionization, photocatalysis, filtering which prove to be fundamental for reducing the transmission of ... Read more

The harmonized standard EN 50360


The EN 50360 standard deals with the limit values for human exposure to electromagnetic fields that radio equipment used in contact with the ear must respect in their normal operation. The objective of the standard is to demonstrate compliance of devices with basic restrictions and exposure limits regarding human exposure to electromagnetic fields. The EN standard… Read more

The harmonized standard EN 60529

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The EN 60529 standard describes a system for classifying the degree of protection provided by the enclosures of electrical and electronic equipment. The degree of protection is indicated through the IP (Ingress Protection) code which expresses the level of protection of the enclosures for electrical equipment against access to dangerous parts inside the enclosure and against ... Read more

The Low Voltage Directive (LVD)

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Directive 2014/35/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council - dated 26 February 2014 and implemented in Italy by Legislative Decree no. 86 of 19 May 2016 - harmonizes the legislation of the Member States in relation to electrical equipment intended to be used within specific voltage limits. The directive aims to ensure that… Read more

The General Product Safety Directive 2001/95/EC

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There are products, including many everyday objects, which are not subject to specific safety regulations. Although many entrepreneurs do not know it, these goods are regulated by Directive 2001/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council relating to general product safety, which encompasses and regulates all products, and… Read more

Safety and Health at Work


Safety at work includes a series of measures aimed at protecting those who work in risky situations and protecting their health from accidents or occupational diseases. The working environment can present various risks due to physical, chemical, electrical agents or exposure to electromagnetic fields. Although most sources of… Read more