French bill for government to report on EHS within a year
- 10 november 2014
The French senate passed a bill in July requiring the government to submit to the French parliament a report into EHS within a year.
The bill also requires primary schools to switch off WiFi when not being used for educational purposes and mobile phones sold to a child under 14 to include a hands-free kit specifically designed for children. The bill also requires operators within 6 months to reduce “outlier” points, areas where radio frequency and EM exposure measure about the national average. The bill now waits enactment. (“French Senate passes bill to add precautions to wireless networks and mobile phones”, GSMA, 25th July).
Bron: ES UK Newsletter November 2014