I'm building a site meant to give away top-quality safety posters as a free service. I think EHS fits in very well, for many reasons including these:
-EMF is a set of invisible phenonmena that are confusing to people, so they need help understanding it.
-There are some myths to debunk. Like Marc says, there is a great deal of minsinformation out there.
-We tend to forget to be cautious to protect against EMF, because it's unseen and works so gradually that it wrecks our health slowly and very insidiously. So having safety posters up and visible would be a great help to us all.
-Posters can also spread the word about EMF dangers effectively, to help others avoid the health scares we've all had to go through.
So think back on what you've learned that might really help others. What helped *you* the most? Here are some poster ideas I'll certainly be creating and posting online:
-General EMF safety (how to avoid the top 8-12 causes of EMF health problems)
-Bedroom EMF safety
-Kitchen EMF safety
-Vehicular EMF safety
-Using electrical gadgets safely
-Using computers safely
-Protecting your body with anti-EMF clothing and armor
-Using nutrition to bolster your health
So, your thoughts? Are there other subjects for you'd like to be covered by a safety poster? Would you like to recommend threads or web pages that you think would be a great help on these topics?
Thanks Marc for your kind attention and quick help. I tried making a post on FB, but there didn't seem to be any way to select a Topic or Subject. I clicked on "Add To Your Post" and the "More" link too, but neither one led to a topic. Maybe if I downloaded your browser extension it would be clear on how to do it. I use Google Chrome for my Mac mainly, also Firefox and Safari. Thanks in advance if you can help.
It occurs to me that an excellent way to get a start on creating some safety posters would be to first create a directory of short articles that are heavily focused on giving quick tips. I started a thread for this idea at:
But it mainly addresses the harmful effects, not very helpful at all. Maybe somebody who's better at research can find some pre-existing poster or maybe a short article or infographic that can be used as a helpful poster.