Recent FAA Authorization brings welcome changes, says head of tower organization.
The National Association of Tower Erectors’ board of directors has elected board member Kevin Dougherty to serve as the new secretary and treasurer for the association’s executive committee.
The latest topic the National Association of Tower Erectors are tackling with their “Climber Connection” series of safety videos covers unmanned aerial systems, a.k.a drones.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly recently spoke at the 2017 Wireless Infrastructure Show and one area in particular drew the praise of the National Association of Tower Erectors.
NATE has offered what it hopes will be a helpful tool determining the safety of guy anchors on towers with its “Anchor Inspection/Safe to Climb Protocol” document.
Last week, a delegation from the National Association of Tower Erectors visited Washington for legislative and regulatory meetings.
The National Association of Tower Erectors is sharing the news that the American Nation Standards Institute/the American Society of Safety Engineers (ANSI/ASSE) has published two new safety standards for fall protection.
NATE UNITE 2017 was a record-setting affair, as the annual conference saw more attendees and exhibitors than ever before, per the National Association of Tower Erectors.
The trio of Jim Tracy, Jim Miller and Ben Little—members of NATE’s Board of Directors—have been elected to serve on the association’s Executive Committee for the next year.
The closing bell rang for the FCC’s forward spectrum incentive auction last Friday, Feb. 10, with bidding concluding at $19.6 billion.
The A10.48 standard, “Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification and Maintenance of Communications Structures,” is described as the first comprehensive standard encompassing the entire tower construction, service and maintenance industry.