3 hour online webinar offers affordable RF safety training

Strickland monitoring RF

The SBE RF Safety Course, presented by Richard Strickland of RF Safety Solutions, takes place at 1:30 p.m. ET on July 24.  Registration has been simplified so that attendees can participate from any location with Internet access. Among other topics, Strickland will discuss how to prove compliance at a broadcast site, the biological effects of RF radiation and the distinct differences between RF radiation and ionizing radiation, FCC and OSHA regulations and RF hazard protection equipment. 

A previous attendee of the course said, “Richard did a great job of providing examples, answering questions, and keeping the material interesting. I appreciate the ability to download slides for future reference.”

The course is designed for broadcast station personnel, including chief and assistant chief engineers, transmitter site engineers, ENG and SNG maintenance personnel and management that need to have an understanding of RF safety issues and regulations. For more information and to register click here.

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Proving compliance at a broadcast site added to RF Safety Course

Richard Strickland of RF Safety Solutions is presenting the SBE RF Safety Course on September 25.  Registration has been simplified so that attendees can participate from any location with Internet access. Strickland will explore how to prove compliance at a broadcast site, the biological effects of RF radiation and the distinct differences between RF radiation and ionizing radiation, FCC and OSHA regulations, RF hazard protection equipment, workplace hazards, SNG and ENG trucks, transmitter sites and more.  For more information and to register click here.

RF Safety Course offers simplified registration and participation on September 25

Strickland monitoring RF

The SBE RF Safety Course, presented by Richard Strickland of RF Safety Solutions, takes place at noon ET on September 25.  Registration has been simplified so that attendees can participate from any location with Internet access. Among other topics, Strickland will discuss how to prove compliance at a broadcast site, the biological effects of RF radiation and the distinct differences between RF radiation and ionizing radiation, FCC and OSHA regulations and RF hazard protection equipment. A previous attendee of the course said, “Richard did a great job of providing examples, answering questions, and keeping the material interesting. I appreciate the ability to download slides for future reference.”

The course is designed for broadcast station personnel, including chief and assistant chief engineers, transmitter site engineers, ENG and SNG maintenance personnel and management that need to have an understanding of RF safety issues and regulations. For more information and to register click here.

RF Safety, IP Networking and Audio Loudness Management from SBE

Registration and participation in the SBE RF Safety Course has been simplified, making it easy for you to hear Richard Strickland discuss the biological effects of RF radiation, the differences between RF radiation and ionizing radiation, proving compliance at a broadcast site, FCC and OSHA regulations, workplace hazards and more. Register now for this informative webinar, taking place September 25. 

Are you considering taking the Certified Broadcast Networking Engineer (CBNE) certification exam? Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE is presenting a webinar on the OSI model and layers on September 11. This webinar, the first in a series, will focus on the OSI Model, TCP Model, and the application to the Physical, Network, and Transport layers as applied to IP Networking as utilized in broadcast distributions systems.

The SBE has partnered with ATSC to offer you a one-day seminar on audio loudness management.  This program is being presented in Chicago on August 23 and focuses on important updates in DTV audio loudness standards and the implementation stage of the FCC’s Commercial Audio Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act. Presenters include Jim Starzynski, NBC Universal; Pat Waddell, Harmonic; Steve Lyman, Dolby Labs; Tim Carroll, Linear Acoustic; Steve Silva, Fox; and Dave Higgins, Comcast.