Health Australia Party policy on EMR

SSMA and its members have approached a number of political parties in an effort to secure policies that reduce public exposure to the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

It seems that for the forthcoming Federal election on 18th May, the Health Australia Party (HAP) is the only party to have a policy on EMR – and a very good one at that!

If you haven’t yet cast your vote, you might like to review the HAP’s EMR Pollution policy.  This is articulated in code 3.3.1 of the HAP Full Policies document available on this webpage.

The current version of the policy states that:

“The HAP supports the following initiatives which are needed due to the changing electromagnetic environment in which we live.

(a) Adopting the precautionary approach regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields;

(b) Designing, building and wiring buildings so as to reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields;

(c) Requiring new radiation-emitting technologies, including 5G, to be demonstrated to be safe for all members of society before their introduction to the market/rollout across Australia;

(d) Requiring the Australian standard for radiation protection (RPS3) to be updated to accommodate new research showing harmful biological effects of non-heating levels of exposure;

(e) Requiring an Australian standard for power frequency electromagnetic fields that reduces public exposure to the 4 mG associated with the doubling of childhood leukemia and classified as a Class 2B carcinogen (current exposure level is 2000 mG);

(f) Requiring all radiation-emitting devices to carry the notice: ‘This device emits radiofrequency radiation. Use with caution’;

(g) Requiring all research be undertaken by independent researchers;

(h) A public education campaign informing people about safer technology use.”

The HAP also released an ‘Official Statement on Electromagnetic Radiation & 5G’ on 27th April 2019.  The link for the document is:

The Health Australia Party is indeed worthy of your number 1 vote in the Senate.

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7 Responses to Health Australia Party policy on EMR

  1. dana says:

    What are the odds that as soon as this election is over 5G will be forced on Australia?

  2. Tanja says:

    Also IMOP

    • Let's get real about RF says:

      Great to hear about this party. Sadly, they haven’t got a candidate in my state (Victoria). Also, I couldn’t find any mention of a policy on EMR on their website?? (I looked on the page showing their Constitution.) But they sounded like the sort of party that should be sympathetic.

  3. A.H. says:

    Great!!! Finally a party that we can trust and support.

  4. Kevin Schaffer says:

    Sounds good….what is there position if they bomb out…where do their preferences go too?

    • Sarah says:

      Can always do your own preferences, apologies if I’m wrong.

      Involuntary medical objectors are also against EMF/5G as a second preference.

    • anonymous says:

      Party preferences no longer operate in the Senate …so just make HAP number 1 and go from there. (You need to vote for at least 6 parties or independents if you’re voting above the line, but it’s a good idea to number more than this, to make sure that your vote counts.)

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