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ARMY - AFOSH 48-9

RADIO FREQUENCY RADIATION (RFR) SAFETY PROGRAM

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Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 1 August 1997
Status: active
Page Count: 69
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The criteria in this standard are the Air Force's minimum occupational health requirements. A program is established in this standard to prevent possible harmful effects to personnel from exposure to potentially hazardous levels of RFR. This standard applies to all US Air Force organizations, including all US Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard on Federal Service. Major commands (MAJCOM), direct reporting units (DRU), and field operating agencies (FOA) supplement this standard when additional or more stringent safety and health criteria are required refer to Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91-301, Air Force Occupational and Environmental Safey, Fire Protection and Health (AFOSH) Programs, for instructions processing supplements or variances. Report conflicts in guidance between this standard, federal standards, or other directives through MAJCOM, DRU, or FOA surgeons to: HQ AF Medical Operating Agency (HQ AFMOA/SGOE), 110 Luke Avenue, Room 400, Bolling AFB DC 20332-7050.

Document History

AFOSH 48-9
August 1, 1997
RADIO FREQUENCY RADIATION (RFR) SAFETY PROGRAM
The criteria in this standard are the Air Force's minimum occupational health requirements. A program is established in this standard to prevent possible harmful effects to personnel from exposure to...

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