Connecting the Dots between Third-Party Workers and RF Radiation Injuries
Commercial tradespeople (HVAC, painters, roofers, window washers, and electricians, among others) are repetitively in front of RF transmitting antennas on commercial structures at their worksites. They may be continually exposed without even knowing that they were placed in harm’s way as RF radiation exposure comes with no warning sensation, and is invisible, tasteless, and odorless.
The average first responder or third-party worker does not have the knowledge of how RF radiation affects them or their repetitive exposure at their worksite that may host transmitting antennas. However, personal injury attorneys are adept at discovering and pursuing compensation for these avoidable injuries. It will only take one ad campaign showing a picture of a transmitting cellular antenna with the tag line “Have you worked near one of these transmitting antennas? You may have been injured.” and a list of symptoms scrolling across the screen for people to connect the dots between their mental and physical ailments and the root cause: RF radiation exposure.
The needless injuries innocent tradespeople are forced to endure can end today. National Antenna & Tower Safety Center (NA&TSC) recognizes the challenges of providing RF site safety for workers and has created a globally patented safety protocol and technology solution to guarantee the health and safety of all workers at all wireless transmission sites. This advanced technology creates a 21st-century solution to solve a 21st-century problem.
It’s time for the wireless industry to do the right thing and adopt the NA&TSC safety protocol.
Other blog posts:
- Addressing the Public Concern Over 5G RF Radiation Safety
- The Unavoidable Problem of RF Exposure
- The Comprehensive National Antenna & Tower Safety Center RF Safety Solution
- Carriers Alone Cannot Fully Protect Workers from RF Radiation at Cell Sites
- Insuring the Uninsurable
- American Workers Are Being Over-Exposed to RF Radiation
- Protecting Tower Climbers
- RF Safety Obligations of Municipalities
- Site Owners Blind to the Consequences of RF Radiation
- RF and Tower Safety Obligations of Turf Vendors and Contractors
- NA&TSC's Response to FCC RF Safety Issue (Part 1)
- NA&TSC's Response to FCC RF Safety Issue (Part 2)
- NA&TSC's Response to FCC RF Safety Issue (Part 3)
- NA&TSC's Response to FCC RF Safety Issue (Part 4)
- NA&TSC's Response to FCC RF Safety Issue (Part 5)
- Firefighters Must be Protected from RF Radiation at Wireless Sites
- RF Radiation Overexposure: A Fact Sheet for the Public
- Support for National Antenna & Tower Safety Center’s RF Safety Solution
- The Public Demands RF Safety for Unprotected Workers