Radio Frequency Safety Awareness Arqiva Approved

  • This course aims to provide delegates with the ability to recognise the known hazards associated with working in proximity to radio frequency fields commonly found on rooftops and communications towers. It provides employees with advice and guidance on safe working practices and procedures.

    Course ID:  TC6
    Ratio: 12 students to 1 instructor
    Duration: 0.5 day


  • Person in fall protection equipment climbing a radio tower



    Who Should Attend

    People involved in the design, planning, installation and maintenance of equipment, which propagates radio frequencies or who visit sites with such equipment present. The course would also be useful for managers and supervisors responsible for personnel working on or in proximity to RF radiation.

    Course Objectives & Content

    • Technical background to RF
    • Hazards to health from RF exposure
    • Access and risks associated with work in RF fields
    • Sources of radio frequency radiation
    • Safety standards
    • Safe working procedures
    • Use of personal RF monitors


    The successful delegates will receive a certificate valid for 3 years, after which a refresher training will be necessary. 3M will notify you when your certificate is due for renewal..


    • Arqiva Approved
    • Health and safety at work act 1974
    • BS 8454 COP for delivery of training and education for work at height and rescue


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