Radio Frequency Safety Courses

Radio Frequency Safety Awareness
-Instructor Led Course – $150
-Online Course – $95 (Click Here)

This class is designed for any worker in the wireless telecommunication industry who has a potential exposure to radio frequency or electromagnetic energy (RF/EME) during their course of their work. This class develops the necessary tools for workers to recognize, avoid, control and prevent working in hazardous RF/EME areas. Since OSHA has recognized RF/EME as a physical hazard when exposures exceed FCC limits, employers are responsible to ensure their workers are trained on controlling their exposures to RF/EME.

RF/EME, OSHA Regulation, FCC Technical Bulletins, Training  Requirements, Maximum Permissible Exposure Limit, Controlled Environments, Uncontrolled Environments, RF/EME Health Affects, Non-Ionizing Radiation vs. Ionizing, Radiation, Contact Current, Induced Current, RF Monitors, Signs and Signage, Antennas, Multi-Employer Roles and Responsibilities

Time: This course takes 4 hours to complete

Radio Frequency Safety Awareness
Train-the-Trainer – $1495

The RF Safety Awareness Trainer Course Program provides students with the teaching tools and methods to provide in-house
RF Site Safety Awareness training.  Students who successfully complete this course will be recognized as an RF Site Safety
Awareness Trainer in accordance with applicable OSHA and FCC regulations.  Trainers will be able to conduct classes, which meet the individual needs of their organizations and customers. Written examinations are administered as to ensure the objectives presented in the course have been achieved.  Documentation is available to satisfy organization’s due diligence and regulatory requirements.

Previous experience in adult skill-oriented training.
Students must be employed by an organization.
Trainers must sign a training license agreement prior to enrollment.

Learning Objectives:
Upon successful completion of this course, Trainers will have the necessary materials to teach RF/EME principles, which include RF/EME exposure, health affects as well as appropriate control measures to their company’s employees. Materials distributed
during this course include presentations, exams, outlines, lesson plans, student manuals and documentation records. Trainers will be able to deliver training for RF Site Safety Awareness using Pacific Safety Solutions student manuals and materials.

OSHA Regulation
FCC Technical Bulletins
Training Requirements
Maximum Permissible Exposure Limit
Controlled Environments
Uncontrolled Environments
RF/EME Health Affects
Non-Ionizing Radiation vs. Ionizing Radiation
Contact Current
Induced Current
RF Monitors
Signs and Signage
Multi-Employer Roles and Responsibilities

Time:  This course takes 8 hours to complete

Students Will Also Receive a Flash Drive Loaded With the Following:

Microsoft Power Point Slide Presentation
RF Site Safety Awareness Course Outline
Roster and Exam
Pacific Safety Solutions direct phone number for On-Going Technical and Training Support