How does Industry Canada ensure that the allowable limits for maximum values are never exceeded?
The technical aspects of radiocommunication, including the technical aspects of broadcasting, is under the responsibility of Industry Canada. It is the responsibility of proponents and operators of installations to ensure that all radiocommunication and broadcasting installations comply with Health Canadas Safety Code 6 at all times, including consideration of combined effects of nearby installations within the local radio environment. Compliance with Safety Code 6 is an ongoing obligation. Antenna system operators may be required, as directed by Industry Canada at any time, to demonstrate compliance with Safety Code 6 by (i) providing detailed calculations, and/or (ii) conducting site surveys and, where necessary, by implementing corrective measures. Question 33: Do these theoretical calculations take into consideration the fundamental properties of EM fields, namely reflection and compounding? Industry Canadas internal tools that are used for assessing Safety Code 6 compliance take i
- How does Industry Canada ensure that radiocommunication and broadcasting installations respect its regulatory limits for the protection of the public from radiofrequency (RF) energy?
- How does Industry Canada ensure that radiocommunication and broadcasting installations respect Health Canadas limits for the protection of the public from RF fields?
- How does Industry Canada ensure that the allowable limits for maximum values are never exceeded?