danish guidelines on environmental low frequency

LOW FREQUENCY NOISE AND ENVIRONMENTAL

Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) (UK) and other approaches to the assessment of low frequency noise (LFN) and the relative success or otherwise of these in environmental noise impact assessment The EPA through its policy provides guidelines for applying

Low frequency noise and annoyance Leventhall H G

Jakobsen J (2001): Danish guidlines on environmental low frequency noise infrasound and vibration Jnl Low Freq Noise Vibn Active Control 20 141-148 38 Kalveram K T (2000): How acoustical noise can cause physiological and psychological reactions 5th Int Symp Transport Noise and Vibration June 2000 St Petersburg Russia 39

Effect of More vs Less Frequent Follow

When this study was initiated in 2005 Danish guidelines 20 advocated follow-up corresponding to that received by the current trial's low-frequency group In Sweden no surveillance programs were used and regimens varied between no follow-up to yearly follow-up for 5 years

Risks to Health and Well

Aug 13 2019Radiation exposure has long been a concern for the public policy makers and health researchers Beginning with radar during World War II human exposure to radio-frequency radiation1 (RFR) technologies has grown substantially over time In 2011 the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) reviewed the published literature and categorized RFR as a "possible" (Group 2B)

Environmental Noise Guidelines and Sound Management

[5] J E T Griffiths A Dove Environmental Noise Guidelines for the New Health Safety Executive Guide for Pop Concerts Proc IOA Vol 14 Part 5 1992 [6] Noise Council Code of Practice on Environmental Noise Control at Concerts 1995 [7] J E T Griffiths J G Staunton S Kamath A Study of Low Frequency Sound from Pop Concerts Proc IOA Vol

Noise: A Hazard for the Fetus and Newborn

Noise is ubiquitous in our environment High intensities of noise have been associated with numerous health effects in adults including noise-induced hearing loss and high blood pressure The intent of this statement is to provide pediatricians and others with information on the potential health effects of noise on the fetus and newborn The information presented here supports a number of

Environmental Guidelines No 9 2002 Vejledning fra

Environmental Guidelines No 9 2002 Vejledning fra Miljstyrelsen Industrial odour control 3 Contents frequency and duration but other factors are also The dispersion calculation model described below is based on guidelines from the Danish EPA No

Pollution: Noise and nuisance

Environmental noise In 2006 we transposed the European Union's Environmental Noise Directive (END) for managing noise pollution into Scots law via the Environmental Noise (Scotland) Regulations 2006 Under the terms of the directive and our regulations we have produced the following action plans for controlling and reducing noise in specific

ICNIRP GUIDELINES

Guidelines on high-frequency and 50/60 Hz electro-magnetic fields were issued by IRPA/INIRC in 1988 and 1990 respectively but are superseded by the present guidelines which cover the entire frequency range of time-varying EMF (up to 300 GHz) Static magnetic fields are covered in the ICNIRP guidelines issued in 1994 (ICNIRP 1994)

Health effects from low

Jul 01 20161 Introduction Unlike several other environmental stressors noise pollution especially in the urban environment is still increasing (hrstrm et al 2006 World Health Organization (WHO) 2011) Well-documented evidence supports an association between higher levels of environmental noise and various adverse health effects such as cardiovascular diseases (Mnzel et al 2014) sleep

EMF Testing

HBS uses finely calibrated metering equipment and a proven protocols to analyze buildings for electrosmog Surveys can take between 2-6 hours depending on the complexity of the case We usually focus on low frequency EMR in the sleeping and working areas and high frequency Radio Frequency throughout the building

Environmental and occupational factors affecting fertility

In a Finnish study of bank clerks and clerical workers Lindbohm et al found that the OR for miscarriages in workers who used a VDT with a high level of extremely low frequency magnetic fields (0 9 μT) was 3 4 (95% CI 1 4–8 6) compared to workers using a VDT with a low

4 Guideline Values

proportion of low-frequency sounds a still lower guideline value is recommended because low-frequency noise (e g from ventilation systems) can disturb rest and sleep even at low sound pressure levels It should be noted that the adverse effect of noise partly depends on the nature of the source

Comparison of international policies on electromagnetic fields

for static and low frequency fields in the EU directive are derived from the 2009 and 2010 ICNIRP guidelines for limiting exposure to static and low frequency time-varying EMF The limits for radiofrequency fields are derived from the 1998 ICNIRP guidelines ICNIRP has reconfirmed the validity of its 1998 guidelines for EMF with frequencies

References

Jakobsen J 2001 'Danish guidelines on environmental low frequency noise infrasound and vibration' Journal of Low Frequency Noise Vibration and Active Control Vol 20 No 3 pp 141–148 Landstrm U 1987 'Laboratory and Field Studies on Infrasound and its Effects on Humans' Journal of Low Frequency Noise and Vibration Vol 6 No

Danish guidelines on environmental low frequency

Abstract In Denmark a set of guidelines for measurement and assessment of environmental low frequency noise infrasound and vibration was published in 1997 as "Information from the Danish Environmental Protection Agency no 9/1997 " (Miljstyrelsen2)

Occupational exposure to extremely low

Apr 20 2017Evidence of whether exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MF) is related to central nervous system diseases is inconsistent This study updates a previous study of the incidence of such diseases in a large cohort of Danish utility workers by almost doubling the period of follow-up We investigated the risks for dementia motor neurone disease Parkinson disease multiple

Infrasound and low frequency noise from wind turbines

its peak frequency between 500 and 1000 Hz that is above the region of LFN 2 2 Outdoor noise exposure Several countries have guidelines for wind turbine noise at the facade of dwellings As an example the Swedish value is an A-weighted sound level of 40 dB (L Aeq) and the Danish guideline value is 44 dB (L Aeq) both at wind direction from

Infrasound and low

Jan 25 2018[13] Lian J Wang X Zhang W Ma B Liu D (2017) Multi-source generation mechanisms for low frequency noise induced by flood discharge and energy dissipation from a high dam with a ski-jump type spillway International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 14 (12): 1482 [14] Rapley BI Bakker HHC Alves-Pereira M Summers SR

Stratford upon Avon UK 22nd

In addition a special low-frequency measure L WALF the apparent A-weighted sound power level for the one-third-octave bands 10-160 Hz was derived A-weighted sound pressure levels for this frequency range L pALF are used by the Danish guidelines for low-frequency noise [9] Data were obtained for all turbines in the down-wind direction

LOW Ying Min – Civil and Environmental Engineering

Biography Dr LOW Ying Min is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering His research area is in offshore engineering with particular focus on stochastic dynamic analysis of moorings and risers He serves as an associate editor for ASME Journal of Offshore Mechanics and arctic Engineering and is a member []

Low Frequency Noise from Transportation Sources

approach Queensland in their draft Ecoaccess Guideline 'Assessment of Low Frequency Noise' 2010 [6] has applied a combination of the German and Danish guidelines LOW FREQUENCY NOISE SOURCES AND IMPACTS Low frequency noise and infrasound are produced by machinery both rotational and reciprocating and all forms of transport and turbulence

Safety and Health Topics

The exposure limits themselves are specified in 47 CFR 1 1310 in terms of frequency field strength power density and averaging time Facilities and transmitters licensed and authorized by the FCC must either comply with these guidelines or else an applicant must file an Environmental Assessment (EA) with the FCC as specified in 47 CFR 1 1301

INFLUENCE OF LOW_FREQUENCY NOISE ON HEALTH AND

A very good example are the "Danish guidelines on environmental low frequency noise infrasound and vibration" latest update 2002(Litt 5) Like other guidelines this one takes the view that in order to avoid effects low frequency sounds should be below the hearing threshold Type approval methods

Low Frequency Noise from Transportation Sources

approach Queensland in their draft Ecoaccess Guideline 'Assessment of Low Frequency Noise' 2010 [6] has applied a combination of the German and Danish guidelines LOW FREQUENCY NOISE SOURCES AND IMPACTS Low frequency noise and infrasound are produced by machinery both rotational and reciprocating and all forms of transport and turbulence