SBE RF Safety Course November 9

September 3, 2017
Mark your calendar and plan on participating in The 2017 SBE RF Safety Course on Thursday, November 9 at 1 p.m. ET. This course is approximately three and a half hours long and provides an updated overview of RF radiation issues and practices for broadcasters, including:

  • Proving compliance at a broadcast site
  • Biological effects of RF radiation and the distinct differences between RF radiation and ionizing radiation
  • FCC and OSHA regulations – what they are and what you need to do to comply
  • Workplace hazards
  • Transmitter sites
  • SNG and ENG trucks
  • Remote operations (where news personnel can find problems such as on rooftops)
  • The unique issues at AM stations
  • RF hazard protection equipment – you may not need it but your contractors probably will
  • Signs – what they mean and what you need
The course is designed for broadcast station personnel, including chief and assistant chief engineers, transmitter site engineers, ENG and SNG maintenance personnel and management who need to have an understanding of RF safety issues and regulations. Noted RF safety expert, Richard Strickland of RF Safety Solutions, instructs the course. Strickland founded RF Safety Solutions in 2001 after 10 years as Director of Business Development for Narda Safety Test Solutions, the world’s leading supplier of RF safety measurement and monitoring products.
It is recommended that persons taking the SBE RF Safety Course have at least a basic knowledge of electronics and understand the concept of frequency. The cost is $95 for SBE members and $150 for non-members. The completion of this course qualifies the participant for one credit identified under Category I of the Recertification Schedule for SBE Certifications.
Space is Limited. Click here to make your reservation TODAY!
Need more information, contact Cathy Orosz, Education Director at 317-846-9000 or at

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