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Wireless Safety Task Force Releases New PSA
DENVER—The Wireless Industry Safety Task Force has released the second in a series of public service announcements as part of the 100 Percent Tie-Off 24/7 Awareness Campaign.
The “100 Percent Tie-Off—It’s the Law” PSA was unveiled prior to the task force meeting held in Denver in conjunction with the 2014 National Association of Tower Erectors Summer Conference.
“The Wireless Industry Safety Task Force continues to work hard to educate the industry’s workforce and stakeholders on the standards and compliance directives that govern fall protection when working on communication tower structures,” said
The campaign was launched in February and utilizes a grassroots approach that includes public service announcements, paid advertising, earned media efforts, a social media component and collaboration with State Wireless Associations in order to expand the campaign’s reach.
View the PSA here.
Members of the task force encourage the wireless industry to play a role by sharing the PSA with colleagues, friends and social media.
Participating companies and organizations include: Alcatel-Lucent, American Tower, AT&T, Bechtel, Black & Veatch, Crown Castle, Ericsson, General Dynamics, Goodman Networks, Jacobs, MasTec Network Solutions, Motorola Solutions, National Association of Tower Erectors, Nexius, Nokia Solutions and Networks, SAI Communications, Samsung, SBA Communications Inc., Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Velocitel, Verizon Wireless and WesTower Communications.
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