Crews that work on or near towers, broadcast sites, or rooftop antennas, are required to be trained in RF Safety. Certification RF Safety Training is the key to OSHA and FCC compliance.
When you start shopping around and enroll your team, be careful not to simply pick one that is quick and cheap. If you are in need for RF Safety Certification, you have a few choices. Some companies provide you with a course you can take in 20 minutes and get a piece of paper but is that what you want for your crew?
Is taking a class like this really protecting your employees
How do you know if the instructor is reputable?
What about the content, is it relevant information for the workers?
Just within the last month, RSI has enrolled over 400 students in its Live Webinar for RF Safety Certification Training.
RF Safety Certification should be taught by an OSHA Authorized Trainer. RSI uses knowledgeable OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainers for both the class design and for the training. RSI technical instructors are capable of answering any questions regarding RF Health & Safety issues.
The RSI Webinar helps participants understand the required steps to compliance by using industry best management practices. RSI’s real world experience will ensure this webinar is engaging, informative, and that attendees have the most current information about RF Safety. Have your questions answered by our expert instructor through chat features and get the same quality of live training with no travel costs.
RSI is the original RF Safety provider and wrote the book on survey techniques over a decade ago. We’ve always been a safety company and our dedication to safety runs deep. Our team consists of certified safety professionals that have decades of real world safety experience making RSI the only RF Safety provider with over a century of combined safety expertise on staff.
RSI was very helpful and professional leading up to and executing the training. The instructor was knowledgeable and presented the material clearly. I hope that my company and all companies learn from this RSI class and protect their employees from RF overexposure. I would recommend a training session by RSI to others. Nicholas Rettig – Tower Com Technologies
Class was informative and well planned. Thomas Hall – U.S. Forest Service
I learned a lot about RF that I didn’t know. This class is a great way to learn about RF, every company should do this type of training if you work on towers. Jose Luis Amaya – Tower Com Technologies
The last RF Safety training I attended was two years ago. Wow! A lot has changed. I can see why we need to keep on top of this on an annual basis. Regulatory changes as well as better information that is being learned about RF exposure. I am glad I have someone to go to that is keeping on top of this information for those of us in the industry. Neal Maben – U.S. Forest Service
I needed this training! Raphael Morales – NOAA
Taking a Live Webinar class has many advantages.
Time effective: It takes only 2 hours of your time. You do not have to worry about travelling and missing two to four days of your work, and you still receive the same learning outcomes as a regular course.
Cost effective: The registration fee is all it costs you. In the budget situation, this should be the best option to gain more knowledge without spending thousands of dollars in airfare, hotel, car rental, taxi, etc.
Convenient: You can attend a Webinar in your office or at home at your own convenience. Using a computer headset you can keep your Webinar quiet and not bothers others.
Easy to use: All you need to have is a computer with high speed Internet connection and speaker. All you need to do is to click on the link in the invitation email and start joining the Webinar. It cannot be easier.
Hot and applicable topics: Spend time to gain knowledge in the hottest and most applicable topics about OSHA, FCC, & the Telecom industry. This is a great way to improve your career.
Reputable and experienced presenters: Our Webinars are taught by highly qualified and expert Trainers with long term experiences in the field of RF Safety and Health.
Interactive: During the presentation, you will have a chance to ask questions and submit your feedback.
Our live webinar course covers:
Steps to Compliance
Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE)
OSHA’s Action Limits
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
RF Safety Monitors
Thermal Health Effects
OSHA & FCC Rules
RF Safety Plans
Tower/Antenna RF Signs
Time Weighted Averaging
Latest News Updates on Enforcement from FCC, OSHA, & the Telecom Industry
The webinar includes several reviews and an online final quiz. Upon completion of the course and a passing score of 80% the student will be given a training certificate record and a wallet card.
To learn more about the RSI Webinar and RF Safety Training, visit the RSI Webiste: www.RSIcorp.com