National Association for Children and Safe Technology

National Association For Children And Safe Technology information

If you share our vision to protect children, please join us and become a member of the National Association for Children and Safe Technology.  It's easy, there are no fees and all information is kept confidential.  Members will receive email updates and have opportunities to get involved. 

You will also have the benefit of letting elected officials know you are a member of our group!

Join the NACST!

The NACST calls upon our elected officials at all levels to take the leadership role that is necessary to enact protective public health policy.

1, Demand safe hardwired connections in schools.

2.  Ban cell towers on or near schools, playgrounds and parks.

3.  Set Federal SAFETY standards that protect citizens from non thermal biological effects.

4.  Require radiation exposure ratings on all wireless devices sold in the United States.  Consumers have a Right to Know this information.  Require point-of-sale labeling so that consumers also know the recommended FCC distance.

5.  Initiate a full EPA review of the research, resulting in a summary report on human health and wireless radiation which includes recommendations for policy protecting vulnerable populations such as children and the elderly.

6.  Initiate educational health curriculum for students from K- 12, with an emphasis on identifying and avoiding sources of wireless radiation.

7. Maintain the choice for landlines in every state.

A Statement by the Founders

We are a diverse group of parents. We do not agree on everything but we do feel strongly that children deserve a safe and healthy environment in which to grow.  Children also need a balance in their lives.  

We put children's  health first and  recognize the importance of human relationships as an essential component of their development and happiness in life.  

In achieving a balance, we place value in the quality of their relationships with others and the world.

We stand united for children and their future.

The National Association for Children and Safe Technology is dedicated to the children of the United States of America.  

May the constitutional values
of this great nation endure to protect and keep you well.

Current Initiative

A Call to Action for Safe Technology in Schools

Schools must provide a safe learning environment for students and a safe workplace for staff.  We call for an immediate halt to wireless technology in schools. We call for safe 100% wired technology technology in schools. 
  • Raise Awareness of the critical need for safe technology.
  • Support Families with the resources they need to take  effective action.
  • Connect Parents and Organizations working towards safe use of  technology.
  • Support Precautionary Policy at  the local, state, and national level.

Absence of proof of safety is not sound public health policy.

Our Goals

We are here to provide parents with the resources they need to make informed decisions regarding their children, specifically focusing on safe technology and healthy learning environments to benefit their overall well-being.

"There is no virtue in waiting until it is too late."

Dr. Devra Davis

Who We Are
​​The National Association for Children and Safe Technology was founded by concerned parents from across the United States. 

Our stories and perspectives may vary,  but we all share a strong dedication and commitment to ensuring the health and safety of our children when it comes to technology. 

We are here because we recognize the critical need to share this information until it becomes common knowledge.
National Association for Children and Safe Technology information / National Association for Children and Safe Technology resources
The NACST advocates for the application of the
Precautionary Principle:

"When human activities may lead to morally unacceptable harm that is scientifically plausible but uncertain, actions shall be taken to avoid or diminish that harm."
To Advance Policies regarding

technology that protect children’s

health and well being in order to

ensure a strong future for the

United States of America

Mission Statement