The FCC has announced that rule changes detailed in a lengthy 2019 Report and Order (R&O) governing RF exposure standards go into effect on May 3, 2021. The new rules do not change existing RF exposure (RFE) limits but do require that stations in all services, including amateur radio, be evaluated against existing limits unless they are exempted. For stations already in place, that evaluation must be completed by May 3, 2023. After May 3 of this year, any new station, or any existing station modified in a way that’s likely to change its RFE profile — such as different antennas or placement, or greater power — will need to conduct an evaluation by the date of activation or change.
The ARRL has published an information page on this which may be of interest to you. In addition to that the ARRL has published an online book (316 pages) by David Sumner (K1ZZ) written to communicate one simple message: For the vast majority of Amateur Radio operators, the RF exposure rules are not difficult to understand and follow. The book has background information and worksheets to help with evaluating for compliance.