Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Surveys are an important process for protecting workers with implanted medical devices from potential interference caused by electromagnetic fields.

Our certified consultants can perform an onsite EMF assessment of your work environment to help identify and measure various sources of EMFs.

Onsite EMF Surveys for your workplace:

EMF Inspections specializes in measuring and assessing the various types of electromagnetic fields in a given environment. This can be especially important for individuals with implanted medical devices, such as pacemakers or defibrillators, as exposure to high levels of EMF can potentially interfere with the proper functioning of these devices.

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What’s Included:

As part of our onsite testing services for workers with implanted medical devices, we will conduct a thorough assessment of the EMF levels present in various areas of the work environment.  We will provide a detailed report of our findings (noted sources and measurements) and highlight any areas of possible concern.  The provided report can be applied against any EMF exposure guidelines that have been set forth by the implanted device manufacturer.

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Our goal is to help ensure the safety and well-being of workers with implanted medical devices by providing the necessary onsite survey results needed to more accurately assess their exposure to potentially harmful levels of EMF. Our EMF consultants use only professional-grade EMF detection equipment to ensure accurate measurements.  We use a variety of EMF meters in order to detect and measure the various types of EMFs that may be found in a work environment, such as: AC Electric and Magnetic Fields, DC/Static Magnetic Fields, Radio Frequencies, and EMI that may be generated by various sources through the workplace. Contact us today to schedule an onsite testing for your workplace.

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Possible EMF Sources in the Workplace:

While not a complete list, workers with implanted medical devices may need to consider the distance they maintain from and/or how they interact with such EMF sources as:

  • Electrical rooms and equipment
  • Electrical transformers
  • Welding equipment
  • Power tools
  • Electrical motors and pumps
  • Appliances
  • Devices with static magnets
  • Communication devices