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The Antenna & Tower Safety ConsortiumTM is a voluntary organization comprised of wireless and tower industry stakeholders involved with or affected by wireless antenna and tower safety.


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RF CHECK is dedicated to protecting all workers from radio frequency (RF) radiation exposure and serving the interests of all participants in the thriving wireless telecommunications industry.

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Senator Blumenthal, Representative Eshoo Urge FCC to Enforce Exposure Limits for Those Who Work Near Wireless Towers

U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal and Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo are raising concerns about the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) efforts to ensure that those working in close proximity to cellular antennas are not exposed to dangerous levels of radiofrequency (RF) radiation. Read more

Wall Street Journal: Many Sites Violate Rules Aimed at Protecting Workers From Excessive Radio-Frequency Radiation

One in 10 sites violates the rules, according to six engineers who examined more than 5,000 sites during safety audits for carriers and local municipalities, underscoring a safety lapse in the network that makes cellphones hum, at a time when the health effects of antennas are being debated world-wide. Read more

Failure to follow cellular antenna regulations raises safety issues

The law requires anyone with access to a rooftop to be fully aware of the dangers, so they can protect themselves. In fact, our investigation found there's little policing by the FCC. Read more

Cities of Boston and Philadelphia tell the FCC that Verizon and AT&T should not be given a "Safe Harbor" regarding RF safety for workers

Cities of Boston and Philadelphia believe the service providers should be given every incentive to inform third parties of the risks and enlist their help in protection. Read more

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