Fundamentals of RF EME Radiation

Level: Introductory
Duration: 1 Hour 0 Minutes
Course ID: CLK0821
CEUs:
$99.00

The Fundamentals of radio frequency electromagnetic energy (RF EME) Radiation course is designed to educate those who may work on and around tower sites, rooftops, and general construction sites and how to recognize and address the hazards associated with RF that may exist onsite. Designed for those who may work in close proximity with RF on a daily basis, participants can expect to learn how to work safely in such an environment while avoiding potential harm to both themselves and others.

The Fundamentals of RF EME Radiation teaches participants how to recognize and address the hazards associated with RF, as well as how to work with and around it. Specific course topics include the following:

  • Ionizing vs. non-ionizing radiation
  • Cumulative vs. non-cumulative heating
  • Managing exposure to RF radiation onsite
  • The importance of time averaging
  • Antennas
  • RF suits and monitors
  • Correct signage and signage requirements

The Fundamentals of RF EME Radiation training is designed specifically for those who may work with or around cell phone towers or cell phone antennas. Individuals from the following jobsites may find this course most applicable:

  • Telecommunications
  • HVAC
  • General Construction
  • Roofing/Building

If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.

The Fundamentals of RF EME Radiation course is an certificate-level training designed to be taken at the participant’s own pace in about one hour. Participants can expect to learn how to recognize and mitigate the risks associated with RF EME radiation. Upon successful completion of this course, individuals can expect to:

  • Know the difference between ionizing vs. non-ionizing radiation
  • Understand the difference between cumulative vs. non-cumulative heating
  • Know how to manage exposure to RF EME radiation onsite
  • Recognize the importance of time averaging
  • Identify different types of antennas
  • Correctly select RF suits and monitors
  • Correct identify and utilize signage and signage requirements
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