All telecoms operators are responsible for ensuring that emissions from their radio masts meet the standards set down by the International Commission for Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). The ICNIRP emission standards are recognised by the World Health Organisation, and are used within the European Union and other regions as a benchmark against which to measure radiofrequency transmissions.
During mast audits, measurements of emissions are taken and compared against the ICNIRP standards. The audit also examines safety processes and procedures that each operator has in place to secure their on-going compliance with their licence obligations, and to ensure the safety of the public, their own staff and others who may come into contact with the mast sites.
Access to information
View Mast Audit Data for Guernsey
View Mast Audit Data for Jersey
Members of the public may also request copies of the reports for any masts free of charge by contacting CICRA by e-mail or phone.