The Office of Communications for the European Union has made EMC-related regulations for the London 2012 Olympics.
The regulations, titled the “Wireless Telegraphy (Control of Interference from Apparatus) London Olympic Games Regulations 2012,” seek to avoid electromagnetic interference with wireless communications during the events.
Any item that may cause EMI must operate at a low intensity of electromagnetic energy between between July 26 and Sept 10, according to the EU. This is to prevent interference with wireless telegraphy used for safety purposes.
The regulations caution that they must be upheld “even if the maximum intensity of electromagnetic energy emitted by that apparatus is lower than a level permissible under the essential requirements.”