There is something utterly wrong with the ICNIRP membership
Yesterday, I have written, yet again and as for the last nearly 20 years, that ICNIRP is a private club. Its new members are selected by the current members. There are no published criteria for the selection of new members. Nobody checks whether the selected experts are sufficiently good experts.
There is no responsibility, before nobody, for what and how ICNIRP does.
See what Prof Dariusz Lezczynski has to say about ICNIRP - the International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection - the body that sets radiation expsoure guidelines that influence standards in Australia and other countries.