ANTENNA SAFETY CONSORTIUM
The Antenna Safety Consortium (ASC) is a voluntary organization comprised of wireless industry stakeholders involved with or affected by wireless antenna transmissions including insurance companies, national associations, trade unions, employers, site and building owners, utility companies, FCC licensees, consumer groups and the public as represented by local and state governments.. Its purpose is to bring together entities and individuals concerned with RF radiation over-exposures and share RF CHECK Incorporated’s overarching goal of providing RF safety to workers and the public at all commercial and government antenna sites in the United States.
One way ASC members accomplish this goal is via a voluntary system, whereby members can opt to participate in on- and off-site audits of wireless transmission sites, ensuring RF CHECK’s data remain timely and relevant. By “auditing the auditors,” the Consortium helps ensure RF CHECK's on-going effectiveness and its role as a trusted, independent third-party in providing accurate RF safety information for workers and the public throughout the country.
There are no membership fees required to join the ASC and travel expenses for participating in site audits will be reimbursed by RF CHECK. We welcome your participation in the ongoing campaign to keep American workers safe and on the job so they can continue to contribute to the wireless industry and the overall U.S. economy.
To support the ASC, please fill out the form below.