Electric and Magnetic Fields
This 3-hour interactive online course is an overview of the current science regarding the potential health impacts of 60 Hz Electromagnetic Fields. It reviews the relevant electric and magnetic properties involved in generating electric and magnetic fields. Also, the sources of EMF exposure are discussed as well as the methods to mitigate potential exposure to EMF. The methods of analyzing EMF are discussed including reviews of the significant EMF studies.
There is a test included at the end of each section of this course. You must have Flash Player Version 7 or higher to view some parts of this course. We also recommend you view this course in Internet Explorer.
Upon completion of this course, you will have an understanding of the current science regarding the health impacts of 60 Hz electromagnetic fields (EMF). Specifically you will,
Understand the electrical and magnetic properties involved in the generation of EMF
Know what causes electric and magnetic fields
Understand the potential sources of electric and magnetic fields and the magnitudes of likely sources
Know how scientists study the potential health effects of EMF
Gain an understanding of what the various studies have said about the health effects of EMF
- AEC Complete
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By Roselio M. on September 26, 2018
By Marco L. on February 13, 2018
Do not like the requirement to regurgitate specific numbers from tables of …
By Michael M. (Engineer) on July 16, 2018
Do not like the requirement to regurgitate specific numbers from tables of magnetic or electric field strengths for the examination.
By Derek W. (Engineer) on May 22, 2018
So much text.
By Anne M. (Engineer) on October 22, 2018
So much text. And so much archaic random, pretty useless knowledge being expected in the test.