Safety, Training, Accountability and Reliability (STAR) are the foundation for NATE members participating in this initiative for improving safety and recognizing qualified contractors.
For Immediate Release:
July 28, 2015
NATE to Host Midwest Regional Meeting
on September 25, 2015
(Watertown, SD) – National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) announced today that they will be hosting a Midwest Regional Meeting on Friday, September 25, 2015 at the Kankakee Community College Banquet Center in Kankakee, Illinois. The meeting will focus on key industry safety initiatives and offer tremendous networking and professional development opportunities for attendees.
“The NATE Regional Meeting provides a great avenue for the Association to enhance our presence in the Midwest and highlight the prominent role the Association is playing in terms of improving safety and quality in the wireless industry,” said NATE Member Services Committee Chairwoman Pat Miller from EasTex Tower, Inc. in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The NATE Midwest Regional Meeting will feature a NATE safety presentation delivered by Steve Wilder, President and COO of CITCA LLC; a National Wireless Safety Alliance (NWSA) update from Jim Tracy, CEO of Legacy Telecommunications, Inc.; and an OSHA overview presented by Jocko Vermillion, Vice President of Safety Controls Technology (SCT) in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. The NATE Midwest Regional Meeting information is available on the NATE website (Click here for the NATE Regional Meeting Flyer).
The cost to attend the NATE Midwest Regional Meeting is $30 per person. Interested attendees are encouraged to register for the NATE Midwest Regional Meeting by completing the registration form (Click here to register) on the NATE website. All completed registration forms and payments should be mailed to the NATE office (8 Second Street SE; Watertown, SD 57201) by the registration deadline of Friday, September 4, 2015.
“Our vision is to bridge the gap between NATE’s annual meeting at a regional level to continue upholding, facilitating, and exercising the unified voice for the Association by providing education and networking opportunities that will benefit all stakeholders and companies associated with our industry,” stated Member Services Committee member Tommy Lewis from Hayden Tower Service, Inc. in Topeka, Kansas.
For more information on NATE and the Midwest Regional Meeting, visit www.natehome.com.
About National Association of Tower Erectors
National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) is a not-for-profit trade association in the wireless infrastructure industry providing a unified voice for tower erection, service and maintenance companies. Today the Association boasts over 815 member companies located throughout the United States, Australia, Bahamas, Canada, Cayman Islands, China, Ghana, India, Italy, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Romania, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago and the United Arab Emirates. For additional information on NATE, please visit www.natehome.com.
July/August 2015• Volume 21 • Issue 4