When

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 from 1:30 PM to 7:00 PM EDT
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Where

Café Escadrille 
26 Cambridge St
Burlington, MA 01803
 

 
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Contact

Heather Harrington 
New England Wireless Association 
603-818-3394 
heather.harrington@sprint.com 

 

NEWA Educational & Networking Event Series 

WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE SAFETY

Come join us at Café Escadrille in Burlington, MA for an afternoon focused on what NEWA members need to know about safety at wireless sites.  The seminar is designed to cover a wide range of safety topics with a focus on the following: 

RF SAFETY PANEL

Join us for a critical discussion of the key items everyone needs to know about radiofrequency safety when visiting sites, communicating with the public, and completing wireless construction work.

Don Hayes, Independent Consultant

 Steve Snay, RAD Compliance

Kenneth Zink, Timberline Communications Inc.

SITE SAFETY PANEL

Hear from leading experts on what you need to know to stay safe and be effective when working on different types of wireless sites, while learning about some of the innovations in safety equipment, the special challenges for construction in today’s environment, and the importance of continuous training.

Brian Stevens, Contractors Risk Management                                                                                 

 Steven Kelly, Timberline Construction Corp. and Timberline Communications Inc.

Bryan Dominique, GME Supply Co.

Kevin Danbrook, Indepent Consultant

BENEFITS OF ATTENDANCE:

 Learn the key terminology / best practices for RF safety to communicate to employees, site owners, and the public.

  1. Ensure safety of non-construction personnel (site acquisition, consultants, professionals) at site walks.
  2. Review major construction challenges at today’s wireless sites, from small cell poles to overloaded macros.
  3. Experience first-hand how to identify and use key tools and techniques to be safe on the site. 
  4. Make contact with NATE personnel to learn the importance of continuous training to be safe and effective.
  5. Network with top wireless industry professionals from New England and beyond.