RF Safety Compliance ("RFSC") provides competitive services for the wireless industry

The wireless industry has relied on RF Analysis Reports as a standard for complying with FCC regulations. During his 25+ years experience as OSHA's National RF expert, our CEO found that while these reports help identify problems, the solutions to RF overexposures occur at the site management level. This is particularly true for maintenance personnel working near antenna sites (e.g. roofers, painters, HVAC technicians, electricians). Therefore, RFSC provides Site-Specific RF Safety Programs as a primary way to protect workers from being overexposed. These Programs, in addition to RF Analysis Reports, can bring clients in compliance with both FCC and OSHA regulations.

The Company views compliance as an ongoing process rather than a one-time task. This is why RFSC is becoming a central source for implementing and auditing RF Safety Programs.

  • Services related to implementing site-specific RF safety programs

    • Drafting of Site-Specific RF Safety Program elements compliant with RF safety standards, including location and wording of signs, standard operating procedures (e.g. worker access and power downs), site training materials, assignment of program responsibilities, accident response, auditing procedures,etc.

    • Training of workers and property owners in their responsibilities of the site program (performed on-line and/or in person at an additional, agreed upon cost, as needed)

    • Reviews of current programs from a RF safety and compliance viewpoint

    • On-site audits for problem sites (multiple SPs, need for power downs to perform structure maintenance, rooftop sites, etc.).

  • Site Aquisition Services

    • Pre-site selection reviews to identify where antennas should be mounted to minimize RF exposures and needed power downs

    • RF analysis to identify projected RF hazard areas as defined by FCC for the general public and worker populations

    • Provide expert witness and testimony to the city planners and at public hearings for obtaining approvals for site

    • Preliminary orientation and discussion with city/county planners and other government entities (e.g., OSHA) on the attributes of corporate RF safety program to facilitate siting and entry into new markets.

  • Services related to the identification and control of occupational health hazards and compliance with OSHA standards