EME Safety announced the launch of its new online training program titled ‘5G Safety in the City’. This training has been designed for employees without technical know-how, working with the new RF emitters and is meant for municipalities dealing with wireless emitters on their structures. The program will train the employees on the important basics of FCC RF safety regulations and as to how they can apply it to their duties. With the installation of numerous 5G sites across North America, municipalities need to ensure that safety training is imparted to their affected employees.
The training aims to educate employees, on the new use of RF energy, coming from a non-technical background. EME Safety hopes to provide effective education to solve municipal safety issues of untrained employees through this new training program.
The training includes safety basics like what is RF, how do the employees control its exposure and what should they do in emergency situations. It provides all important information that an untrained employee should learn to be able to continue working successfully under the new RF environment. Employees will receive certificates after successfully completing the training.
EME Safety CEO Robert Johnson said, “We developed this with municipalities after many on-site training presentations. With the need to social distance while still maintaining infrastructure in our cities, this training offers the best compromise for cities to move forward safely.”
Municipalities can evaluate the training free of cost by directly contacting EME Safety.
About EME SAFETY, LLC
Based in the United States, EME Safety, LLC is a small-scale veteran-owned business dedicated to electromagnetic safety training and surveys. Staff are actively kept engaged in standards and hygiene associations to provide accurate and timely information for their clients.
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