Safety standards and keeping our employees safe is paramount to our success. Radome Services trains and maintains proficient and professional field services personnel. Our field personnel are certified to industry safety standards and are experienced international travelers.
Radome Services Field Personnel are:
Safety conscious with an excellent safety record
Highly experienced in radome installation and maintenance
Trained in specialized trades
Prepared for international travel
Able to mobilize quickly... even to remote locations
Experienced in working under extreme environmental conditions
Flexible and results oriented
Experienced professionals dedicated to achieving customer satisfaction
Personnel Training – Safety and Technical
Radome Services has assembled an experienced field team with an excellent safety record and will continue to train its field teams with a safety training program that adheres to OSHA standards.
The Radome Services team has an excellent safety record.
Radome Services continuously updates its safety and technical training. Annual instruction includes a review and testing of the Radome Services safety manual, and an overview of customer and worksite protocols. All training is documented and Radome Services technicians are certified following proficiency testing.
Annual training includes instruction, testing and certification in:
- Fall Arrest Protection
- Fall Protection Equipment Inspection
- CPR/First Aid
- Tower Access and Rescue
- Hazardous Material Handling
- Signal and Rigging
- OSHA 30
- Forklift / Manlift Operation
What kind of skills are required to be a Radome Services LLC field service worker?
Radome Services LLC field service supervisors have an average of over 25+ years’ experience working on different manufacturers’ radomes in extreme climates on foundations ranging from a slab on the ground to 300-ft towers. In addition to basic construction skills, working above ground on scaffolding or from manlifts, they must be able to climb safely on radomes using rope access techniques, whether they are assembling panels, installing hardware, painting, or sealing radome seams. Familiarity with equipment such as aerial work platforms, forklifts, cranes and other heavy equipment is required. Field Service personnel must be willing to travel to the most remote locations and extreme climates in the world, work under adverse weather conditions and time pressures, and be ready to remain on the job until the radome work is complete. Our crews are trained in all current health and safety regulations and have all required certifications including equipment operation and rope access. Training in safe work practices is an on-going process for our employees.
A critical aspect in selecting your radome installation team is that they represent a significant part of your company’s interface with your customer. Often, end-users ask for our field supervisors by name and are confident that they will receive courteous, professional service combined with safe, successful and timely project completion.
As a field service provider, we are extremely proud of the caliber of our employees and have recently started a web page devoted to sharing our unique worker’s experiences. We now have several employees who are SPRAT certified (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) achieving Level I, Level II and Level III certifications.