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Wireless Site Safety


When it comes to the wireless industry, site safety training is essential for employers to meet workplace standards and for all personnel who enter cell sites.

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Description


 

United States employers have a legal responsibility to educate employees on all workplace safety standards and the hazards that their employees may face while on the job. When it comes to the wireless industry, site safety training is essential for all personnel who enter cell sites:

site acquisition specialists                                        architects and engineers

project coordinators and managers                   construction managers and supervisors

field and tower technician                                        tower climbers

 

Wireless Site Safety is the first combined training program in the Wireless industry that provides an industry overview, antenna and site-specific training, driver safety, and complete training that includes an OSHA 10-hour construction card. This course addresses the basic practices of identifying, eliminating, and reporting hazards associated with working on a wireless site. *Training contact hours can be applied against TIRAP related instruction outlines for TTT-1 and TTT-2 (Telecommunication Tower Technician) and Wireless Technician.

Establishing good safety practices helps establish an effective safety culture, increase worker productivity, improve quality of service, and reduce the number of injuries and deaths, property damage, legal liability, illnesses, workers’ compensation claims, and missed time from work.

TEC can customize training schedules to meet the needs of your organization. Use the contact form below for more information about this course or to schedule customized training.

What You'll Learn


Wireless Site Safety: Course Outline

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