NATE Offers ANSI/ASSE A10.48 Standard

Its completion was announced in August
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DALLAS � Not-for-profit trade association the National Association of Tower Erectors says the new American National Standards Institute/American Society of Safety Engineers A10.48-2016 Standard is now available to purchase on its website. Its completion was announced in August.

The A10.48 Standard � Criteria for Safety Practices with the Construction, Demolition, Modification and Maintenance of Communications Structures � is described in the release as �encompassing the entire tower construction, service and maintenance industry.�

Among other things, the standard addresses pre-job planning, job site conditions, fall protection, radio frequency/electromagnetic energy, rigging, gin poles and other lifting devices, climbing facilities and access, demolition and more.

NATE Executive Director Todd Schlekeway encouraged �all companies, workers and stakeholders involved in the wireless and broadcast infrastructure industries� to buy a copy of the standard, which establishes minimum criteria for safe work practices and training for personnel performing work on communication structures.

A version of this article appeared on the website of Radio magazine sister publication Radio World.


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