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NATE Updates Tower Safety Guide
Watertown, SD - Dec 1, 2010 - The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) has released the fourth edition of its Accident Prevention, Safety and Health Program Guide. The Guide contains suggested formats and procedures for fall prevention, hazard identification and tower access, and samples of a climber exam and evaluation form.
Latest editions to the Guide include hazard identification, competent climber requirements, hazard communication standards, RF exposure information and emergency response planning.
The Guide is available to NATE members at no cost.
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