Citizens for Safe Technology
Empowering the public to protect children
and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
EHS & Health Action Kit
This EHS and Health "Action Kit" offers basic information that sheds light on the health effects and symptoms linked to microwave radiation and electromagnetic fields generated by man-made wireless devices.
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Citizens For Safe Technology - First printed 2011
This is a handout you can download and print for distribution when needed. It contains information compiled in 2011 under the auspices of Citizens for Safe Technology (CST).
To Attach to Analogue Meter: For people participating or planning on participating in the Human Rights Class Action Against BC Hydro (UPDATED December 20, 2012)
For those people participating or planning on participating in the Human Rights Class Action against BC Hydro re Smart Meters:
Attached is a No Trespassing Sign for Human Rights Tribunal participants. If BC Hydro attempts to force a smart meter upon you, advise them that you are a claimant in the Human Rights Action against BC Hydro and for that reason you must be left alone until the Tribunal decides. It is an offence for BC Hydro to harass a plaintiff.
Doctor's Information Package to be used as a tool to obtain a confirmation of physical reaction to RF fields from a medical doctor
BC Human Rights Tribunal Application Procedure
Austrian Medical Association - Originally printed 2011
From "Physicians for a Healthy Environment" - an excellent brochure/flyer to download and distribute. Prints well back-to-back if set for horizontal, legal-sized paper, at 100% size. Trimming the sides slightly works perfectly for folding.
Addressed to Medical Professionals. Useful to all. Updated November 17, 2013
The following package is for those who wish to approach their doctors with information regarding the possible health risks from non-thermal microwave radiation. It contains links organized into specific health effect categories. These links can be printed out according to personal areas of need or concern, and used to start a dialogue with doctors who may not as yet have associated certain health conditions with EMF or RF exposure.
The introductory letter on pages 1 and 2 contains a link to the entire list, and may be useful to your doctor as a reference tool.
"Dear Medical Professional:
"Your patient has asked us for support in providing you with information regarding the possible health risks from non-thermal microwave radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation, recently reclassified by the WHO/IARC as a Class 2B, possible human carcinogen.
"This WHO risk category also includes lead, DDT, chloroform, and dioxane, and is relevant to all wireless devices emitting radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, including cordless phones, cell phones, IPads, Wi-Fi routers, wireless games, baby monitors, and smart meters . . .
"Many doctors have already given medical advice to their patients by way of a medical letter or note on a prescription form stating that the patient should avoid, for medical reasons, living in a residence or residential complex at which a wireless meter is operating in order to maintain their health or avoid aggravating a medical condition. This medical advice stating the health condition and advising the patient that they should avoid ongoing exposure to wireless radiofrequency and smart meter emissions will allow your patient to participate in the Human Rights Action currently underway. We are hopeful that the individual's right to protect their health as advised by their medical doctor will be upheld by the Human Rights Tribunal, and this forced exposure within their own home to undesirable microwave radiofrequency emissions will be replaced with reasonable and respectful accommodation by BC Hydro . . . "
Information categories contained in this package:
Practical Steps to Reduce Your Exposure - Wireless, Dirty Electricity, Power Lines, Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation
Warnings and Recommended Alternatives for:
Microwave Radiation: Home Phones, Internet, Wi-Fi, Cell Tower/Mobile Phone Masts, External Wireless Radiation, Cell Phones, Microwave Ovens, E-book Readers, DECT Baby Monitors
Intermediate Frequencies: Lights, switches, T.V. treadmill, Other Sources of Digital Harmonics Including Digital Displays, Projectors, Laptops, etc.
Powerline, Magnetic and Electric: Computer Monitor, Alarm Clock, Laptop, Audio Headset, Lamps and Lightbulbs, Power Supply, Power Lines, Wall Wiring, Sewing Machine, Hair Dryer, Bed, Massage Chair, Electric Blanket, Cars and Buses
Ionizing Radiation: Radon, Airplane Flights, X-Rays, UV Light
Plus Links to Additional Information and Resources
Chips, Diodes, Neutralizers, Pendants, Amulets Etc. Lloyd Burrell - ElectricSense
Many people are searching for something that will protect them and their loved ones from pervasive RF. Unfortunately, there are many unscrupulous or ignorant people out there who are trying to sell gadgets that have proven to be worthless at best, or, worse, harmful. So far, there is no pendant or gadget that independent researchers have found to protect against exposures. Undoubtedly, the best and safest approach is to eliminate the source or remove ourselves from its proximity, and boost our immune systems to help our bodies cope.
Contained in this helpful article (Click Read On):
American Academy of Environmental Medicine
When writing or reporting information re people with disabilities
National Center for Environmental Health Strategies, Inc.
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August 3, 2013
Chemical and Electrical Sensitivities Addressed in Guidelines for Those Who Write or Report About People with Disabilities
The 8th edition of Guidelines: How to Write and Report About People with Disabilities and its companion poster, "Your Words, Our Image," are now available from the Research and Training Center on Independent Living (RTC/IL) The University of Kansas.
The Guidelines brochure is intended to help writers, reporters, and others use the most accurate words and current terminology when talking about people with disabilities.
The brochure includes an updated description of "Chemical and/or electrical sensitivities" (p. 5) in its glossary of disability terms:
Chemical and/or electrical sensitivities describe chronic medical conditions characterized by neurological impairment, muscle pain and weakness, respiratory problems and gastrointestinal complaints. Reactions for those with chemical sensitivities are triggered by low-level exposure to everyday substances and products including pesticides, solvents, cleaning agents, new carpeting and adhesives, and fragrances and scented products. Electrical sensitivities are triggered by electromagnetic fields from electrical devices and frequencies. These conditions are also called toxicant-induced loss of tolerance, environmental illness or sick building syndrome. Use person with chemical intolerance or people with environmental illness. People with this condition should not be called chemophobic or described with the term idiopathic environmental intolerance.
The poster, "Your Words, Our Image," is in a Do Say/Don't Say format: Do Say "Has chemical or environmental sensitivities" Don't Say "Chemophobic."
Consider sharing these documents with the media, local officials, and others to help them understand these disabilities.
You can download copies at http://www.rtcil.org/guidelines.shtml. An order form to purchase copies of the brochure and/or poster is available at the website.
Mary Lamielle, executive director of the National Center for Environmental Health Strategies (NCEHS), worked with the RTC/IL staff on this effort and on previous RTC/IL disability projects. The National Center for Environmental Health Strategies is listed on the back cover of the brochure as an endorser.
The National Center for Environmental Health Strategies (NCEHS) is a national, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization. For over thirty years, NCEHS has worked to protect the public health and improve the lives of people sick or disabled by chemical and environmental exposures.
For more information, please contact the National Center for Environmental Health Strategies: (856)429-5358, cell (856)816-8820; email@example.com
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Citizens For Safe Technology
"Wi-Fi: Is It Safe?"
Citizens for Safe Technology is a not-for-profit educational society made up of parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, scientists, politicians and lawyers concerned about the exponential increase in public exposure to harmful wireless technologies.
We believe a profound urgency exists to protect the unsuspecting public, especially children, youth and pregnant mothers from unsafe wireless technologies.
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