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NY Labor Institute Published “Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): A Training Workbook for Working People” in 1990. Maybe Because They Didn’t Want Sick Employees.

SNLS | July 30, 2019

By B.N. Frank

Many Americans aren’t aware that Electromagnetic Sensitivity has a long history and has been a federally recognized disability since 2002.  It was originally called “Microwave Sickness.”  In 2010 experts claimed that up to 1/3 of the population was “sensitive” to some degree to sources of “Electrosmog” and 3% were hypersensitive.  They also warned that increasing levels of exposure would lead to more sick peopleResearch has also indicated that exposure is more harmful to children

Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for drawing attention to this workbook and providing more details.

Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): A Training Workbook for Working People:  Full Book Text, Download PDF 

Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): A Training Workbook for Working People published by the Labor Institute and funded by a grant from the New York Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education program. Full Book Text, Download PDF 

*This document was issued in the early 1990’s. The research evidence indicating adverse effects has only increased since that time. Yet the Department of Labor and NIOSH have no authority to take any action and we are not aware of any staff  in these federal agencies that have expertise in EMF.

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