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Posted by: Lynda | 2010-05-13

OFFICE AND SWITCHBOARD ...HEALTH RISH????

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I would just like to make a query. I have recently moved offices and placed in the " office"  which has the PABX machine for the switchboard and this is situated right behind me. They have placed two desks in this " office" . Does having all this telecommunications situated right behind you have any effect on your health? I feel that this cannot be very healthy.

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A PABX alone should not create a health risk. Ensure that there is no radio frequency being emitted.

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Posted by: lynda | 2010-06-02

The entire unit being an LG Nortel ipLDK is situtated behind me , a box Fusion 100, aerials are on the shelf above me ...their is a ALCATEL unit as well, I am really in the dark about all of this paraphernalia but would this implicate radio frequency, And if so what can be done about it in terms of Labour Law.

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Posted by: LYNDA | 2010-05-18

The entire unit being an LG Nortel ipLDK is situtated behind me , a box Fusion 100, aerials are on the shelf above me ...their is a ALCATEL unit as well, I am really in the dark about all of this paraphernalia but would this implicate radio frequency, And if so what can be done about it in terms of Labour Law.

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Posted by: Lynda | 2010-05-17

The entire unit being an LG Nortel ipLDK is situtated behind me , a box Fusion 100, aerials are on the shelf above me ...their is a ALCATEL unit as well, I am really in the dark about all of this paraphernalia but would this implicate radio frequency, And if so what can be done about it in terms of Labour Law.

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