RF Safety FCC and OSHA Compliance
Based on our CEO's 25 years' experience as OSHA's National RF expert, RF Safety Compliance provides Site-Specific RF Safety Programs to protect workers and the general public from RF exposures above legal limits. Through a combination of RF analyses, field assessments, technical expertise and web-based record management, RF Safety Compliance can:
- Identify RF Restricted Areas where overexposures can occur(See example to the right).
- Provide contacts to initiate power-down procedures to allow access to RF Restricted Areas.
- Provide targeted RF training of workers, management, regulators and RF Safety Officers.
- Address RF health concerns of workers and the general public.
- Help state and local governments respond to constituent concerns with credible information from independent RF safety professionals.
- Help expedite the siting process for wireless service providers.
- Ensure that property owners, wireless service providers and employers are in compliance with FCC and OSHA regulations.
- 30 years of senior IH Engineering field experience with the US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Health Response Team
- OSHA experience included 25 years developing RF field survey procedures, demonstrating practical RF controls and implementing RF compliance policies.
- Recognized as the Agency’s National RF expert and represented the Agency on inter-governmental, international, and professional organizations developing RF safety standards, including OSHA, FCC and ANSI/IEEE RF exposure limits and controls for effective RF Safety programs.
- 5 years IH Engineering with Stanford Research Institute and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
- B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Utah, M.S., Civil Engineering (Environmental), Stanford University
- Board Certified in the Comprehensive Practice of Industrial Hygiene by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene since 1977.
- Recipient of the AIHA Edward J. Baier Technical Achievement Award, 2009, Government Reinvention award from Vice President Al Gore, and multiple awards from the Secretary of Labor.
- Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) Standards Association and SCC 28 Parent and C95 Subcommittees responsible for setting IEEE and ANSI standards for RF exposure and controls, 1988 - present.
- Clinical Faculty, University of Utah College of Medicine, 1977-present. Instructor, AIHCe Professional Development Courses in Non-Ionizing Radiation, 1985- 2004, and member of the AIHA Non-Ionizing Radiation Committee, 1985-present.
Example RF Safety Programs available on internal pages.