EMF related country-specific information for Slovenia
The National Regulatory Authority (NRA) is not responsible for Electromagnetic Fields (EMF).
|NRA responsible for setting exposure limits on EMF||No|
|NRA responsible for monitoring EMF||No|
|EMF material published by NRA||No|
|NRA publishes EMF measurements||No|
|Cooperation between NRA and other competent authorities responsible for EMF|
|Other noteworthy country specific practices|
ICNIRP exposure level usedY/N ?
No:Levels below ICNIRP
In Slovenia, EMF-related tasks are assigned to many players:
- Environmental aspects: Environment Directorate in the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenian Environment Agency, Inspectorate for the Environment and Spatial Planning (https://www.gov.si/teme/obremenitev-okolja-z-elektromagnetnim-sevanjem/#e48644)
- Awareness raising (health aspects): Slovenian Radiation Protection Administration in the Ministry of Health (https://www.gov.si/drzavni-organi/organi-v-sestavi/uprava-za-varstvo-pred-sevanji/)
- Independently verified measurements with information about them: INIS-Institute for Non-Ionising Radiation (http://www.inis.si/)
- Sharing information with the public: Project Forum EMS (http://forum-ems.si/)
Article 28 of the Electronic Communications Act contains a provision that AKOS can in general act on a plan of use of radio frequencies with proportionate and non-discriminatory restrictions on the types of radio network technology or types of wireless access technology used for electronic communications services where this is necessary to protect public health against electromagnetic fields with a prior opinion from the ministry responsible for the environment.
AKOS is involved in sharing technical experience and knowledge of the subject with all other parties involved.