Courses Available include:


Compliance course covers the following topics: site plans; policies & procedures; OSHA compliance; and FCC compliance for Radio Frequency Safety. This course covers proper uses of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) along with other means of protection to lessen the hazard associated with this work environment. The courses mention above can be in taught in individually units, or they can be covered in one session. The course material shows the personnel where the regulations are at, and how they apply to the work environments. Testing upon course completion.
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Chemical Hazards

Chemical Hazards course covers the chemical hazards associated with the wireless industry. The personnel taking this course will learn some of the different techniques, and different types of Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE) for preventing exposure to different types of chemical hazards. Testing upon course completion.
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Electrical Hazards

This course covers the electrical hazards that are a concern in the wireless communication industry. The material will cover proper grounding, properly connecting the wires, and general electrical safety. The personnel will be informed of the company's policy on how to handle electrical hazards, and whom the problems should be reported to. Testing upon course completion.
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Biological Hazards

Biological Hazards covers the hazards associated with the wireless industry. This course will go into detail of how the body heats-up due Radio Frequency (RF) energy, and how this could cause tissue damage, if in the right environment. The personnel taking the course will learn some of the techniques for preventing different types of biological hazards as well as different types of Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE) that could be used. Testing upon course completion.
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Explosion & Fire Hazards

Explosion & Fire Hazards course covers the explosions and fire hazards that are associated with most communications site. Course material will cover the best management practices that may prevent these situations from arising. The course will cover what personnel should do if a situation arises, and whom they should report the situation to per company's policy. Testing upon course completion.
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Federal Communications Commission

This course will cover material pertaining to the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) requirements concerning communications tower construction and planning. This will be an overview of the FCC requirements, which will include a lesson on reading the FCC regulations. Testing upon course completion.
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Passing this course does not in any way authorize attendee to present themselves as a RSI authorized trainer nor does it give attendee authority to utilize the RSI name or likeness in any form including advertising, training, or development. Only by passing the RSI Advanced Train the Trainer course, requesting RSI to furnish official RSI training cards, and paying the required fee per card, is an attendee allowed to provide their internal employees with training cards that contain RSI information. RSI Advanced Train the Trainer graduates are only authorized to issue cards to persons that are direct hires for their company that has paid for the training. These policies will be strictly enforced including taking legal action to protect the RSI name and material.

RSI closes registration 21 days prior to any scheduled live training.; Registrations may be taken after the 21 day period, dependent upon space availability. No refunds will be given. RSI is not responsible for cancellations. If a class is oversold or cancelled, registrations will be transferred to the next available date in the local area. RSI will not be responsible for any expenses incurred due to cancellation by either party. All payments are due prior to the registration period.; Refunds for missed classes will not be given. Satisfaction is guaranteed.