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Inquiry into Electromagnetic Radiation Report

Inquiry into Electromagnetic Radiation Report

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Inquiry into Electromagnetic Radiation Report
Inquiry into Electromagnetic Radiation Report

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Published by: HRC on Jan 18, 2011
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The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia
Inquiry into Electromagnetic Radiation
Report of the Senate Environment, Communications,Information Technology and the Arts References Committee
May 2001
 
ii© Commonwealth of Australia 2001ISBN0 642 71126 7This document is produced from camera-ready copy prepared by the SenateEnvironment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts ReferencesCommittee Secretariat, and printed by the Senate Printing Unit, Parliament House,Canberra.
 
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TERMS OF REFERENCE
On 8 December 1999 the Senate referred the following matters to the Environment,Communications, Information Technology and the Arts References Committee for inquiry (to commence not before 31 March 2000) and report by 31 October 2000(subsequently extended to 4 May 2001):(a)
 
an examination of the allocation of funding from the Commonwealth’s$4.5 million fund for electro-magnetic radiation research and public information;(b)
 
a review of current Australian and international research into electro-magneticradiation and its effects as it applies to telecommunications equipment, including but not limited to, mobile telephones;(c)
 
an examination of the current Australian Interim Standard [AS/NZS 2772.1 (Int):1998], as it applies to telecommunications;(d)
 
an examination of efforts to set an Australian Standard dealing with electro-magnetic emissions;(e)
 
an examination of the merits of the transfer of the responsibility for setting a newAustralian standard for electro-magnetic emissions to the Australian RadiationProtection and Nuclear Safety Agency.

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