Scientific perspectives and risk management in relation to electro-magnetic fields: Third Mobile Communications Seminar - Brussels, 21-21 November

October 27, 2006

Brussels, 26 October 2006

The European Commission, in close collaboration with stakeholder organisations, is organising this event focused on the scientific perspectives and risk management techniques relating to Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMF).

Risk assessment, risk evaluation, deployment risks
Brussels, 20-21st November 2006


DG Enterprise and Industry, together with stakeholders organisations, is organising a third two-day event on the scientific perspectives and risk management techniques relating to Electro-Magnetic Fields (EMF).

The emphasis for the workshop will be not only on the scientific perspectives of EMF but also public policy implications, risk communication strategies as well as public concerns of network expansion.

The European Commission is seeking to provide all interested parties with access to a wide and balanced scope of views from both public, scientific and industry speakers.

This seminar is suitable for all stakeholders, both those with a general interest in the subject as well as people responsible for decision-making in the area who wish to have access to the latest most accurate information.

General information on Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE)

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