Industry First RF Safety One Stop™ Launched By LBA
The center portal is accessed online through https://www.lbagroup.com/rf-safety-one-stop and convenient logos on relevant webpages. The RF Safety One Stop™ is a direct line to RF environmental audit and survey services, NIER studies, online RF awareness certification, RF safety monitors and MPE survey equipment, signage, RF/EMF shielding products and more.
The RF Safety One Stop™ includes enterprise-level coordination and provisioning to integrate total organizational RF safety and management under one responsibility.
“We’re thrilled to make what is a first of its kind RF safety compliance and management resource just one click or phone call away for our customers,” LBA COO, Mike Britner said. “This convenient one stop provides immediate access and integration for RF safety services, products, and professional assistance without endless searches,” he added.
The identification, management and mitigation of radio frequency hazards are a large and growing challenge. The environment is awash with millions of RF signals from an infinite variety of cell tower antennas, medical, communications and industrial sources. An unknown and constantly changing number pose hazards to human health and do not comply with FCC and OSHA guidelines. RF signals can also pose hazards to machines and processes, sometimes with secondary injuries and production disruptions. Few companies organically possess the means or expertise even to determine the existence of internal hazards, much less manage or remediate them. The RF Safety One Stop™ offers the industry an integrated approach to address all RF hazard issues such as ensuring worker health, public protection, minimization of lost production costs, and compliance with government regulations.
For over 50 Years, LBA business units have provided OSHA/FCC Compliance RF safety solutions for wireless carriers, the U.S. government, broadcasters, and industrial organizations while training thousands of workers in RF safety. The combined synergies and expertise of Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc.; LBA Technology, Inc. and LBA University, Inc. power the RF Safety One Stop™.
For additional information and services activation, contact Bryan Dixon, 252-757-0279, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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 the technology consultancy Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc.; LBA Technology, Inc., a leading manufacturer and integrator of radio frequency systems, lightning protection, safety, and EMC equipment for broadcast, industrial, and government users worldwide; and LBA University, Inc., providing international online professional safety training. The companies are based in Greenville, N.C., USA.
LBA Group, Inc.
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Greenville, NC 27834
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