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RF Safety (Wireless & Industrial Risks)

Radio frequency energy (RF) is an increasing environmental factor. Not just a direct personnel safety issue, unmanaged RF exposures con cause indirect safety issues from malfunctioning control systems and process failure.

This group looks at the spectrum of these RF risks, and the training and operational measures available to minimize these dangers.

Website: http://www.lbagroup.com/lba-university
Members: 4
Latest Activity: Apr 29, 2013

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Wireless LANs Are Critical to Safety Infrastructure – Here Are the Fundamentals of WLAN Design!

Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) are emerging to touch every facet of utilities and industry for communications, control, and safety. Proper system design will ensure stability and reliability of…Continue

Tags: RFI, EMI, intereference, RF, safety

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

Workers on Rooftops Today Need RF Safety Training!

The RF environment on building rooftops is constantly growing more complex! LBA University now offers OSHA-compliant certificated RF Awareness training for trades people who work around antennas -…Continue

Tags: hazards, exposure, safety, RF

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

What’s the strangest RF EMI control incident you have encountered?

The universe of EMI/RFI sources is growing rapidly. The management of these radio frequency risks is important as never before to ensure safe and efficient operations of industrial and other control…Continue

Tags: RFI, EMI, hazards, safety, RF

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

Six Quick Tips for Owning Safety in the Workplace

Safety in the workplace is not just something every business should think about once in a while and it shouldn’t just be on the agenda of the owner, the CEO or the manager. Safety is part of the…Continue

Tags: plans, culture, safety, workplace

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

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Adam Fleaming posted a blog post

Webinar Calendar of Upcoming Courses - May to Jun 2017

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Roger Steven posted a blog post

Understanding CARC and RARC

A Claim Adjustment Reason Code (CARC) is a code used in medical billing to communicate a change or an adjustment in payment. CARCs have to be used to communicate why there was a difference between the amount paid in a claim or service line and the amount that was billed against it. CARCS are to be mentioned only if there is an adjustment of this kind. If there is no adjustment to a claim or…See More
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kate smith posted a blog post

Diligence and scrutiny are important for writing investigative reports

Diligence and a high degree of scrutiny are crucial for a person who is writing investigative reports in an organization. In the first place, an investigation has to be objective and not be vindictive. It should avoid targeting an employee personally; it should be thorough and proper from a legal perspective. When all the legal procedures are followed in an investigation, the case of the employer becomes strong and defensible…See More
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Adam Fleaming posted a blog post

Meeting labeling requirements of various drug products

Both the FDA and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) have regulations that cover the labeling requirements of both prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, cosmetics, generics, medical devices, nutraceuticals and other related products. These regulations have to be strictly complied with. 21 CFR under its various parts, the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C…See More
Friday

Discussion Forum

Wireless LANs Are Critical to Safety Infrastructure – Here Are the Fundamentals of WLAN Design!

Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) are emerging to touch every facet of utilities and industry for communications, control, and safety. Proper system design will ensure stability and reliability of…Continue

Tags: RFI, EMI, intereference, RF, safety

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

Workers on Rooftops Today Need RF Safety Training!

The RF environment on building rooftops is constantly growing more complex! LBA University now offers OSHA-compliant certificated RF Awareness training for trades people who work around antennas -…Continue

Tags: hazards, exposure, safety, RF

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

What’s the strangest RF EMI control incident you have encountered?

The universe of EMI/RFI sources is growing rapidly. The management of these radio frequency risks is important as never before to ensure safe and efficient operations of industrial and other control…Continue

Tags: RFI, EMI, hazards, safety, RF

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

Six Quick Tips for Owning Safety in the Workplace

Safety in the workplace is not just something every business should think about once in a while and it shouldn’t just be on the agenda of the owner, the CEO or the manager. Safety is part of the…Continue

Tags: plans, culture, safety, workplace

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

A Practical Guide to OSHA 10/30 Hour Safety Training

LBA University presents a point-by-point introduction to this often misunderstood, but widely required safety training. Content and instructor requirements, and more at:…Continue

Tags: line, LBA, University, on, 10/30

Started by Lawrence Behr Apr 29, 2013.

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