NATE 2009 Webinar Showing Wednesday to Aid Tower Climbers

The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) continues to champion safety in its industry of companies that erect or service communication towers. To that end, the association will broadcast at 10 a.m. Central time on Wednesday a safety webinar that was recorded live at NATE 2009.

The event is a roundtable of companies’ representatives discussing their best practices for safe operation and how they train employees. Victor Drouin, president of Green Mountain Communications Inc., and Raphaella Garrett, safety coordinator of MidAmerica Tower Service Inc., will lead the discussion and will be available live after the broadcast to answer questions from the audience.

To view the webinar, click on this link. The Meeting ID is NATE2009, and the Attendee Entry Code is NATEWebinar. You must dial into the conference call (dial 800-309-0503 and use participant code 89935272) to be able to hear the live Q&A following the broadcast.

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