On this page you can find a list of ACRBR recommended links. These include government, industry and educational bodies.
Expert group reports regarding wireless technologies
These reports were mentioned by Dr Bernard Veyret during his keynote speech at Science & Wireless 2009
The National Cancer Registry Ireland (NCRI):
Information on cancer clusters and some facts about the
disease in general.
World Health Organisation (WHO)/ACRBR Radiofrequency Safety Workshop:
Held at Swinburne
University, Melbourne, Australia in November 2005. Follow the link for more
Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA):
Federal Government agency charged with responsibility for protecting the health and
safety of people, and the environment, from the harmful effects of ionizing
and non-ionizing radiation. Follow the link for their website.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA):
Follow the link to the communications and media authority webpage which
includes some useful information on electro magnetic radiation regulations.
World Health Organisation (WHO) Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) project:
The EMF Project is open to any WHO Member State government, i.e. department of
health, or representatives of other national institutions concerned with
radiation protection. Follow the link for more details.
John Moulder's cell phone and base station FAQ:
This site created by John Moulder, Professor of Radiation Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin,
in the U.S.A. addresses the issue of whether base station transmitter/antennas for mobile phones (cellular phones, PCS phones), and other types of portable transceivers are a risk to human health.
For more information follow the link.
The UK National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB):
On 1 April 2005 the National Radiological Protection Board merged with the Health
Protection Agency forming its new Radiation Protection Division. Part
of the Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental
Hazards, the Division carries out the Health Protection
Agency’s work on ionising and non-ionising radiations.
It undertakes research to advance knowledge about protection
from the risks of these radiations; provides laboratory
and technical services; runs training courses; provides
expert information and has a significant advisory role in
the UK. Follow the link to their website.
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP) Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) standard:
link to access and download publications on EMF standards from the
The Committee on Man and Radiation (COMAR):
The Committee on Man and Radiation (COMAR)
is a group of experts on health and safety issues related to
electromagnetic fields, from power line through microwave frequency
ranges. COMAR is a Technical Committee of the
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) of the Institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It reports to the
EMBS President and Administrative Committee. COMAR's primary area of interest is
biological effects of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation. It
examines and interprets the biological effects and presents its
findings in an authoritative manner, usually in Technical Information
Statements (TIS) or Position Papers. These papers are subject to an
extensive review process within the Committee and represent the
consensus of the Committee. COMAR does not establish safety standards,
but it has an interest in the standards activity within its
Follow the link for a selected list of the committee's publications.