LBA University To Offer Webinar On Critical RF Safety Issues

Webinar to Cover Key Topics on Human Exposure to RF Energy

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wireless expert Chris Horne guest lecturing
The one hour webinar will touch on a number of issues related to RF safety around various environments, including communications towers, roof-top antennas, fixed & mobile antennas & equipment that is sometimes overlooked as RF producers.

Greenville, NC (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

LBA University, Inc. announced that it is partnering with the well-known EMC experts at Washington Laboratories, Ltd. to offer a one-hour webinar on the critical safety implications associated with Radio Frequency (RF) exposure. This RF Safety Training Webinar is set for May 15, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EDT. LBA’s Chief Technical Officer, Dr. Chris Horne, PE is expected to cover basic and intermediate topics on human exposure to RF energy.

Dr. Horne is a recognized expert in the U.S. wireless industry. He leads all technical activities at LBA in wireless consulting, medium wave engineering, FCC compliance and RF Risk Management and safety. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science Degree. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and a member of the IEEE, RCA, and the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE). He was named among the top 100 wireless experts for 2014. He has authored a number of publications and has the unique ability to relate effectively with people at all levels.

The one hour webinar will touch on a number of issues related to RF safety around various environments, including communications towers, roof-top antennas, fixed and mobile antennas, and equipment that is sometimes overlooked as RF producers. Dr. Horne will also cover FCC guidelines, OSHA regulations, industry standards and parameters established by various agencies.

Those who can benefit most from this special RF Safety Webinar are certainly engineers and technicians working on or around RF communications, testing, or surveillance systems; but also construction, HVAC and other industrial personnel working in proximity to transmitting antennas on the ground or on rooftops. Company health and safety monitors, residents living near transmitting antennas and those who have concerns relating to the effects of RF on medical devices or pacemakers are also appropriate students for this webinar.

The LBAU/Washington Labs RF safety Training Webinar is available to individuals for $125 or for groups of 10 or fewer for $300. Register online at: http://wll.com/us/events/radio-frequency-safety-awareness/, or for more information about the many safety training options offered by LBAU and the RF Safety Training Webinar on May 15, 2014, contact Bryan Dixon at 252-757-0279 or bryan.dixon(at)lbagroup(dot)com.

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About LBA
LBA Group, Inc. has over 50 years of experience in providing RF asset solutions and risk management for industrial and telecommunications infrastructure assets. The company is comprised of LBA University, Inc., providing on-site and online professional training; the technology consultancy, Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc.; and LBA Technology, Inc., a leading manufacturer and integrator of radio frequency systems, lightning protection, and EMC equipment for broadcast, industrial, and government users worldwide. The companies are based in Greenville, N.C., USA.

About Washington Labs
Washington Laboratories is celebrating 25 years of serving the Technology Community with Testing, Engineering & Training. The company offers compliance testing, design reviews, mitigation, site surveys, specialized test services, customized seminars and webinars. The company serves clients in the US, Europe and Asia who need access to information and support to meet regulatory and performance requirements for today’s and tomorrow’s markets.


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