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NATE Releases Tower Site Hazard Recognition Guide
Watertown, SD - Sep 24, 2012 - Designed specifically for on-site tower personnel responsible for activities on a tower site, the NATE Tower Site Hazard Recognition Guide was developed to improve industry safety. The educational materials include an online and print resource that serve as a step-by-step guide for project managers and other employees to recognize and effectively address hazardous situations.
Through a series of simple, easy to follow modules, personnel will be empowered with the ability to recognize and help mitigate hazardous situations and improve safety while preventing and reducing the number of accidents on-site.
The Guide is an online resource that provides insight into the most important aspects of safety and hazard recognition on broadcast and communication tower sites. Available to all industry professionals, there is no charge to access and utilize the Guide. Visitors only need to register.
The Guide provides safety information and requirements for a broad range of site hazards from ladder positioning to the safe use of a gin pole. Provided in the Guide are sources for additional information including OSHA references and guidance to the appropriate NATE resources. Other highlights include chapter summaries and safety “red flags” for anyone working at a tower location.
View the Guide online at www.hazardrecognition.com.
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