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                                                                  RF Radiation Safety
                                                                  Training
                                                                    ◆    Public One-Day Seminars
                                                                    ◆    Public Three-Day Courses
                                                                    ◆    Custom Corporate Training Programs
                                                                    ◆    Training Videos


RF Radiation
You can’t see it, smell it, hear it, or touch it. Yet the more we              RF heat sealers and welders, induction heaters, micro-
learn about it, the better we are at managing operations                       wave dryers, and semiconductor processing equipment
and reducing risks. It is referred to by many names – elec-                    join communications and radar systems in their use of
tromagnetic radiation, non-ionizing radiation, radio fre-                      high power electromagnetic sources.
quency radiation (RFR), electromagnetic energy (EME),
and even “EMFs” (electromagnetic fields)                                       We must manage these sources with knowledge and re-
                                                                               sponsibility.
Recent media interest in very low level sources of non-
ionizing radiation – cellular phones, VDT’s, appliances,                       Narda is continuously creating and refining instruments to
power lines – has reminded us to focus on the possibility of                   gather the significant data essential for environmental and
hazardous conditions in occupational areas.                                    occupational safety. With accuracy as a benchmark and
                                                                               sensitive to corporate liability issues, Narda has devel-
Tens of thousands of occupational situations involve po-                       oped a comprehensive approach to non-ionizing radia-
tentially hazardous exposure to non-ionizing radiation –                       tion safety in the workplace.
exposure that could be at, near, or above recognized
safety standards. Industrial uses outside the electronics                      The training courses and videos described on the follow-
industry and the military continue to grow.                                    ing pages can help you develop a safety program.



Seminars and Courses
               DESCRIPTION                          LENGTH                    LOCATION                                FOCUS

             RFR Safety in the                        1 day                 Major Cities           Antenna-based systems, especially in the
          Communications Industry                                     in the U.S. and Canada       communications industry

           Non-Ionizing Radiation                     3 days            Long Island, New York      Evaluation, effects and standards. Emphasis
              Survey Training                                                                      on surveys of all types of emitters

            Custom Corporate RF                    1/2 - 3 days             U.S. and Canada        From awareness to in-depth training programs
             Training Programs

Training Videos
                      DESCRIPTION                                 LENGTH                                    FOCUS

         EME Awareness for Antenna Site Safety                    20 min       Rooftop and tower sites in the wireless and broadcast industries

        RF Field Measurements for Antenna Sites                   32 min.      Measurement techniques for wireless antenna sites




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RFR Safety in the
Communications Industry
  ◆ Narda’s most popular one-day seminar is
    offered several times a year in major cities in
    the United States and Canada
  ◆ This seminar has been used as the basis for
    numerous custom corporate seminars


Who Should Attend                                                          Topics Covered
Engineers, Environmental Health and Safety Profes-                                · Health Effects: Explore the known health
sionals, and all managers involved in:                                              effects of exposure to RFR - from elevated
     · Radio and TV Broadcast                                                       body temperature to permanent physical
                                                                                    damage.
     · Cellular and PCS
                                                                                  · Definitions, Calculations and Measure-
     · Pagers                                                                       ments: Find out how to define your risk,
     · Tower Maintenance                                                            calculate it, and make the appropriate
                                                                                    measurements.
     · Satellite Uplinks
                                                                                  · New RFR Safety Standards: An in-depth
     · Fire, Police, Emergency Communications                                       discussion of the new standards and their
     · Military Communications                                                      impact on the Communications Industry.
                                                                                  · Setting up an RFR Safety Program: Re-
Focus                                                                               ceive guidelines for a simple and effective
     · Biological Effects                                                           RF safety program that addresses your
                                                                                    particular needs.
     · Major Standards
                                                                                  · RFR Safety Equipment: The latest in
     · FCC, OSHA, and DOD Regulations (U.S.)                                        personal monitors, survey instruments,
       Safety Code 6 (Canada)                                                       and area monitors. Addresses the new
     · How to set up an RF Safety Program                                           standard, innovative induced and contact
                                                                                    current measurement products.
     · RFR Safety Equipment
Schedule and Registration                                                  Take Home Reference Tool
                                                                           Non-Ionizing Radiation Handbook
To register or to obtain the latest seminar schedule
contact:                                                                   Receive examples of pre-survey calculations and
                                                                           forms to use (or modify) for your own surveys as well
BY MAIL:              Narda Seminar Center                                 as comprehensive course notes in a three ring
                      28 Brandywine Dr.                                    binder. Technical articles, application notes, and
                      Deer Park, NY 11729                                  scientific position statements are also included for
                                                                           future reference.
BY FAX:               (631) 243-0508

BY TELEPHONE: (631) 243-0838

BY E-MAIL:            seminar@L-3COM.com




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                                                                                                                    RF Safety
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 Excellence                                                                                               RF Safety Training


                                                      Non-Ionizing Radiation
                                                      Survey Training
                                                         ◆ Narda has conducted this comprehensive
                                                           three-day course once or twice a year since 1992.
                                                         ◆ The course is designed to train professionals in
                                                           non-ionizing radiation evaluation and management
                                                           techniques. Limited class size makes this an ideal
                                                           hands-on experience.

Who Should Attend                                                             Course Outline
      ·   Industrial Hygienists                                               DAY ONE
      ·   Safety Professionals                                                    · Introduction
      ·   Engineers                                                               · Theory
      ·   Insurance Professionals                                                 · Instrument Overview
      ·   Managers in Industry, Government,                                       · Detector Designs
          and Service Organizations
                                                                              DAY TWO
Focus                                                                             · Effects and Definitions
      · Determining compliance with major                                         · Standards Overview
        standards
                                                                                  · Antenna Designs and Calculations
      · Evaluating the risk potential of various
        sources of non-ionizing radiation                                         · Introduction to Surveys
      · Setting up a non-ionizing radiation                                   DAY THREE
        safety program                                                            · Performing Surveys
What You Will Learn                                                               · Documenting a Survey
When you complete this training course, you will know                             · Course Review
how to evaluate and manage potential sources of non-
ionizing radiation.
                                                                              CREDITS
The 1997 FCC Regulation, IEEE C95.1-1999/ANSI                                 The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (AHIH) has approved this
                                                                              course for three certification (CM) points.
C95.1-1992 Standard, Canada’s Safety Code 6, and the
International Commission for Non-Ionizing Radiation Pro-                      PREREQUISITE
                                                                              A professional background in science, engineering, or environmental
tection (ICNIRP) are the basis of this course which covers                    health and safety is highly desirable.
health effects from exposure to non-ionizing radiation from
sources operating from 3 kHz to 300 GHz. It provides a                        Schedule And Registration
broad background in the characteristics and generation of
electromagnetic radiation by a variety of sources. Instru-                    To register or to obtain the latest seminar schedule contact:
ment designs, applications, and limitations are discussed
in detail.                                                                    BY MAIL:                Narda Seminar Center
                                                                                                      28 Brandywine Dr.
Survey techniques, calculations, and documentation are em-                                            Deer Park, NY 11729
phasized. Several types of emitters provide practical hands-
on experience operating a broad variety of instruments.                       BY FAX:                 (631) 243-0508
In a small work-group setting, you will make electric field                   BY TELEPHONE: (631) 243-0838
and magnetic field measurements. A variety of sources
are used to give you realistic measurement experience.                        BY E-MAIL:              seminar@L-3COM.com




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                                                                                                                  narda
GERMANY TEL: 49-7121-9732-777 • FAX: 49-7121-9732-790 • E-MAIL: support@narda-sts.de • www.narda-sts.de           Safety Test Solutions
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                   RF Safety
                 Test Solutions

                                                                                                                              50 Years of
RF Safety Training                                                                                                            Excellence



Custom Corporate RF Safety
Training Programs
  ◆ Standard Seminars and Courses Tailored to Fit your Application
  ◆ Custom Programs – Shorter or Longer – to Fit your Needs
  ◆ Multiple, Short Employee-Awareness Classes




Training Options                                                            Previous Customers
Narda has conducted many different types of RF safety                       Narda has conducted custom training programs for nu-
courses for a broad range of customers. The type of train-                  merous organizations including:
ing that would be best for your organization depends on
several factors:                                                                  Airtouch
                                                                                  Bell Atlantic NYNEX Mobile
     · The RF energy environment – For                                            Communications (Verizon)
       example, rooftop or tower communication
       antenna sites, high power radar systems,                                   Cellular One
       manufacturing equipment, semiconductor                                     Chrysler
       production. The exposure environment
       impacts the focus of the training.                                         Hughes Information Technology
     · The background of the personnel to be                                      Motorola
       trained – engineers and technicians,                                       National Association of Broadcasters
       management, environmental health & safety
       professionals, manufacturing personnel – all                               National Public Radio
       can be accommodated but their backgrounds                                  Northrup Grumman
       and job functions must be considered.
                                                                                  NYNEX Mobile Communications
     · Training objectives – from simple awareness
       to thorough overview to detailed survey                                    Primeco Personal Communications
       (measurement) techniques and procedures –                                  Semiconductor Safety Association
       your objectives will dictate the program
                                                                                  SONY
One approach that has been used for several organiza-
                                                                                  Texas Instruments
tions is to provide either a half-day or whole-day training
program for all personnel and have an additional half-day                         U.S. Air Force
focus on surveys and measurements. Using this ap-                                 U.S. Army
proach, only those who will be involved in making meas-
urements attend the second part of the training program.                          U.S. Navy
                                                                            Questionnaire
                                                                            Use the questionnaire on the opposite page as a guide to
                                                                            help you determine the type of training program desired.
                                                                            Send the completed questionnaire to the Narda Seminar
                                                                            Center. A training professional from Narda will contact
                                                                            you to review your requirements.
                                                                                                    Narda Seminar Center
                                                                                                    28 Brandywine Dr.
                                                                                                    Deer Park, NY 11729
                                                                                                    Tel. (631) 243-0838
                                                                                                    Fax. (631) 243-0508
                                                                                                    E-mail: seminar@L-3COM.com

                  narda                      USA TEL: (1) 631 231-1700 • FAX: (1) 631 231-1711 • E-MAIL: NardaSTS@L-3COM.com • www.narda-sts.com
                  Safety Test Solutions     GERMANY TEL: 49-7121-9732-777 • FAX: 49-7121-9732-790 • E-MAIL: support@narda-sts.de • www.narda-sts.de
            an     communications company
                                                                                                                   RF Safety
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 50 Years of
 Excellence                                                                                               RF Safety Training


                                     RF SAFETY TRAINING QUESTIONNAIRE
Organization______________________________________________________________________________________________
Address__________________________________________________________________________________________________
City________________________________________________________ State_____________________ Zip_____________
Contact Person:_____________________________________________ Title______________________                                  Date____________
Tel: (    )____________________________________________________ Fax: (                            )__________________________________


                                                          CHECK ALL THAT APPLY:

    RF Systems                                                                Environment
    o    Broadcast                                                            o    Rooftops
    o    Wireless Communications                                              o    Towers
    o    Satellite                                                            o    Antenna Ranges
    o    Radar                                                                o    Production Test
    o    EMC Test                                                             o    Production
    o    Semiconductor Process                                                o    Other (describe)_______________________________
    o    Industrial Process (describe)___________________                          ______________________________________________
         _____________________________________________                             ______________________________________________


    Personnel to be Trained                                                   Training Objectives
    o    Electronic Engineers & Technicians                                   o    Basic Awareness
    o    Environmental Health & Safety Professionals                          o    Full Topic Overview
    o    Management                                                           o    Learn How to Develop an Appropriate
                                                                                   Safety Program
    o    Manufacturing Personnel
    o    Other (describe)______________________________                       o    Learn to Make Basic Measurements

         ______________________________________________                       o    Learn Advanced Measurement Techniques


    Training will be most convenient for me (approximate date):______________________________________________


    Comments____________________________________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________________________________________
    Fax or Mail Questionnaire to:           Narda Seminar Center
                                            28 Brandywine Dr.
                                            Deer Park, NY 11729
                                            Fax: (631) 243-0508  Tel: (631) 243-0838



USA TEL: (1) 631 231-1700 • FAX: (1) 631 231-1711 • E-MAIL: NardaSTS@L-3COM.com • www.narda-sts.com
                                                                                                                 narda
GERMANY TEL: 49-7121-9732-777 • FAX: 49-7121-9732-790 • E-MAIL: support@narda-sts.de • www.narda-sts.de          Safety Test Solutions
                                                                                                            an    communications company
                   RF Safety
                 Test Solutions

                                                                                                                              50 Years of
RF Safety Training                                                                                                            Excellence



RF Radiation Safety in the
Semiconductor Industry
  ◆ Narda originally developed this half day seminar as a
    Professional Development Course for the Semiconductor
    Safety Association (SSA)
  ◆ This seminar is offered periodically in specific geographic
    regions of the U.S. and has been taught as part of
    Corporate Training Programs


Who Should Attend                                                          Topics Covered
     · Environmental Health and Safety Profes-                                    · Sources of RF Energy Semiconductor pro-
       sionals                                                                      cessing equipment contains a broad variety of
     · Equipment Maintenance Personnel                                              non-ionizing radiation sources, laser, ultraviolet
                                                                                    light, and radio frequency. This half-day course
     · Process Engineers                                                            will focus on the radio frequency sources.
     · All Managers involved in the Production of                                 · Health Effects Explore the known health ef-
       Semiconductors
                                                                                    fects of exposure to non-ionizing radiation –
Focus                                                                               from elevated body temperature to permanent
                                                                                    physical damage.
     · Biological Effects
                                                                                  · Standards This course will cover the major
     · Major Standards: ANSI/IEEE, ACGIH,
       SEMI S2                                                                      standards used in the United States:
                                                                                    IEEE/ANSI C95.1-1999, ACGIH, and the SEMI
     · How to set up an RF Safety Program                                           S2 Standard.
     · RFR Safety Equipment                                                       · Measurement Practices and Techniques
                                                                                    Gain some practical knowledge of how to make
Schedule and Registration                                                           measurements around typical fabrication equip-
To register or to obtain the latest seminar schedule                                ment through demonstrations and hands-on
contact:                                                                            experience. Also, learn how to interpret the
                                                                                    measurement data and apply it to the exposure
BY MAIL:              Narda Seminar Center                                          limits.
                      28 Brandywine Dr.                                           · Setting Up a Safety Program Receive guide-
                      Deer Park, NY 11729                                           lines for a simple and effective RF radiation
                                                                                    safety program that addresses the safety needs
BY FAX:               (631) 243-0508                                                of the semiconductor industry.

BY TELEPHONE: (631) 243-0838

BY E-MAIL:            seminar@L-3COM.com




                  narda                      USA TEL: (1) 631 231-1700 • FAX: (1) 631 231-1711 • E-MAIL: NardaSTS@L-3COM.com • www.narda-sts.com
                  Safety Test Solutions     GERMANY TEL: 49-7121-9732-777 • FAX: 49-7121-9732-790 • E-MAIL: support@narda-sts.de • www.narda-sts.de
            an     communications company

								
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