The Institution of Occupational Safety Media Centre provides, via its Socal Media section, a forum for health, safety and environment professionals working in the communications, media, broadcasting and publishing sectors to share views, ask questions and seek guidance.
The National Register of RF Workers, established in 2002 under the auspices of the University of Birmingham, is the first national database of its kind, anywhere in the world, dedicated to those that work in the telecommunication, broadcast and allied industries. The Register consists of those people whose work brings them into close proximity to transmitting antennas on telecommunication, broadcasting masts and other similar structures. The RF Register may be contacted by email at RFRegister@bham.ac.uk.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) – HSE’s job is to protect people against risks to health or safety arising out of work activities. Its web site provides advice, guidance and information on inspections and regulations across a wide variety of industry sectors and occupational hazards. The web site also provides help in identifying sector-specific legislation and provides sources of information and details of external advisory services. The HSE’s work covers a varied range of activities; from shaping and reviewing regulations, to producing research & statistics, and enforcing the law.