1.  Example Risk Assessment for schools and other workplaces,for wireless technologies (2018).

2.  'Technology and Education: How safe are our children?'; 13th Keynote lecture to the National Education Union Conference, May 2018.

3. Inaccurate official assessment of radiofrequency safety by the Advisory Group on Non-ionising Radiation, S.J. Starkey, 2016, Reviews on Environmental Health 31(4): 493-503. 

The review describes evidence which demonstrates that Public Health England (PHE) and their advisory group, AGNIR, have provided incorrect information about the safety of wireless technologies.  PHE and AGNIR have mislead the UK government, the public, organisations (including local authorities and schools) and other health protection agencies around the world regarding the safety of wireless signals. Decisions have been made about involuntary exposures based on incorrect information and children in schools have not been protected.  The article describes a conflict of interest which needs to be addressed within PHE, AGNIR and the World Health Organisation (WHO) EMF Project. 

4.   2B March 2015.  The importance of the classification of wireless signals as a possible human carcinogen.

5.   A need for accurate information.  How accurate is the guidance from Public Health England on the safety of Wi-Fi for schools? (this document is currently being updated).

6.  Safe Schools 2012.  Medical and Scientific Experts Call for Safe Technologies in Schools.   A document for schools, 2012;  Flyer

7.  Wireless technologies and young people - A resource for schools, October 2011. 

A document for schools, containing guidance from the Department of Health and NHS Choices, resources for discussing mobile phone safety with young people, international advice, frequently asked questions and suggestions for best practice in educational settings;  Flyer