Citizens for Safe Technology
Empowering the public to protect children
and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
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REQUEST FOR MORATORIUM ON WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES
Illustrated Commentary on Access Requirements in the 2006 British Columbia Building Code
People with ES / EHS are currently prevented/hindered from accessing certain buildings and public areas.
From the Office of Housing and Construction Standards
"It is important for users of the B.C. Building Code to be reminded that the presence and participation of persons with disabilities in our communities is significant. The percentage of persons with disabilities of all ages will increase, especially over the next few decades. This growth will include persons with all types of disabilities, each type having their own specific design needs.
"The roles of persons with disabilities in society are ever expanding and need to be recognized. Not only are persons with disabilities receivers of services, they are also providers. For example, they are students and educators, employees and employers, shoppers and merchants, spectators and athletes, residents of buildings and designers of buildings, to name a few. They participate in all aspects of community life and in doing so, utilize all types of buildings. Users of the code, specifically the sections dealing with building requirements for persons with disabilities, must be aware of the strong impact that proper application of the code has on the day-to-day lives of people with disabilities. Accessibility is paramount. Thoughtful and careful use of this handbook in applying the building requirements for persons with disabilities will benefit all members of the community. . .
"1.1.3. . . . Access or accessible means that a person with disabilities is, without assistance, able to approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities, or either of them. . . .
includes MLA FINDER FOR ALL OF BC
MAILING ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS
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ionizing and non-ionizing
This chart illustrates the frequencies that exist in the electromagnetic spectrum and where common EMF sources are located within the ionizing and non-ionizing range.
Resonance- Beings of Frequency (documentary film)
Resonance: Beings of Frequency Comment: This may be one of the most important documentaries ever made. You will need almost 90 minutes to watch the entire film, but it is time well spent. Anyone using wireless devices should watch this film.
Shows content details with corresponding time count
MAIN THEMES for the DOCUMENTARY
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
A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF) PUBLICATION DATE: December 31, 2012
This new, updated BioInitiative 2012 Report says that evidence for risks to health has substantially increased since 2007 from electromagnetic fields (EMF) and wireless technologies (radiofrequency radiation). The report reviews over 1800 new scientific studies and includes 29 independent science and medical experts from around the world.
a 20 page summary of the extensive 1400 page report
as of June 2013- BC MLAs, Civic Info link, First Nations Bands of BC, Media
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Also: MLA Finder with descriptions of specific constituencies, responsibilities and communities
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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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