Tower Worker RF Safety - RF1002 (English)
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Duration: 1 Hour Languages: English, Spanish
All workers who work directly on telecommunication tower sites and who are required to demonstrate that they are certified in RF Safety Awareness.
Explain biological effects of RF Energy including Thermal / Non-Thermal / Startle Effects, and Shock & Burn Contact.
Understand the roles of industry standards including FCC, OSHA, NEPA, NCRP, and IEEE.
Explain Ionizing versus Non-Ionizing EME Awareness.
Recognize controlled and uncontrolled areas according to Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) limits including the “six-minute rule.”
Understand Mathematical Calculations, On-Site Measurements and Theoretical Modeling.
Explain what RF Safety signage means and how to properly use personal protective equipment (PPE).
Recognize towers that have AM detuning hardware and safety procedures.
Identify antenna locations including stealth antennas (i.e., Parapet Placement) and safe work environment rules.
Certificate of Completion*.
Examination record for employer.
*OSHA recommends re-training as necessary to maintain skills, usually annually.