The electromagnetic fields generated by radio and television systems contribute to non-ionizing radiation (NIR [link to Sustainability]) in that they do not produce sufficient energy to ionize matter.
Over the past few decades, public opinion and focus on the effects of electromagnetic radiation on human health has increased significantly. This has instigated a need to define, at a legislative level, the limits in which the population, and our workers, can be exposed to said radiation.
We have taken on a central role in this regulatory process, actively contributing both to the development of tools for the testing and broadcasting phases and to the definition of working conditions and control methods. The latter was achieved through the implementation of studies, experiments, and the participation of work groups to define national and international standards (CEI, Cenelec).
When it comes to the management of issues related to electromagnetic impact on human health, our abilities are recognised at a national level. Our technicians have acquired top-quality knowledge on measuring techniques for the level of electromagnetic impact, which is exclusively referenced in the Italian law for the population (referring to electric fields, magnetic fields, and output density).