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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 Awaren…

Started by Lawrence Behr

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Hello All,Have a question regarding SAN performance specifically EMC VNX SAN. I have a significant number of processes spread over number of blade servers running concurrently. The number of processes is typically around 200. Each process loads 2 small files from storage, one 3KB one 30KB. There are millions (20) of files to be processed. The processes are running on Windows Server on VMWare. The way this was originally…See More
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FMEA in medical devices can work better when mated with ISO 14971

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a core aspect of risk management and risk analysis in medical devices. FMEA is essentially about analyzing the reasons for which a problem arises and the effects it has on the system. In the field of medical devices, it is absolutely critical to understand the failure mode and effects because the consequences of not doing this can be disastrous and many times, even…See More
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Now, LBA Offers Full RF Safety Services, Training, and PPE

Check out the group page or visit our One Stop for RF safety at https://www.lbagroup.com/rf-safety-one-stopContinue

Tags: frequency, radio, RF

Started by Lawrence Behr Jun 22, 2017.

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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