What a good Safety Code 6 Certification looks like………

  A proper Safety Code 6 certification needs to be done by a registered RF engineer, signed and sealed.  It should cover all carriers on site.  Descriptions of procedure, pictures of antenna panels, equipment used, signage and remedial actions are critical.  Without these it might be hard to prove your site is safe. When ordering Read more about What a good Safety Code 6 Certification looks like………[…]

Canadian Property Management Publishes on RF Injury Claims

  The national publication Canadian Property Management has published an article in its safety issue by the Vancouver based President of Antenna Management Corp. and Edmonton AMC associate Ryan Wagner on the growing risks of RF Injury litigation.  Publication readers include most commercial property owners and managers across Canada.  Each time the capacity of cell Read more about Canadian Property Management Publishes on RF Injury Claims[…]

RF Safety on Rooftops

With the increased public awareness of potential health hazards associated with radio frequency (RF) emission, many are questioning whether these changes on roof tops are safe. Industry Canada and Health Canada regulate the maximum allowable exposure to RF emissions in Safety Code 6 (SC6.) As part of SC6, the last licensed RF operator making antenna Read more about RF Safety on Rooftops[…]

You need those unsightly towers to use your cellphone

There is a fascinating dynamic tension between wireless telephone service providers and the governments that regulate their activities — particularly local governments that find themselves up close and personal with voters. Right now both Rogers and Telus are proposing new cell tower sites in response to complaints from their subscribers that there are gaps in Read more about You need those unsightly towers to use your cellphone[…]