NATE STAR Initiative
The NATE Safety, Training, Accountability and Reliability (STAR) Initiative was developed to provide members with proven methods of improving tower site safety.
This exclusive program was designed for members to demonstrate a greater commitment to tower safety practices while recognizing industry best practices in safety and professionalism. Through the implementation of site safety audits, health & safety programs, training, best practices and the presence of competent persons, the STAR Initiative places some of the most effective safety components in the hands of NATE members.
Safety, Standards, and Education
Since its inception, NATE has been promoting tower climber safety through best practices, standards, education and by facilitating training.
As NATE continues to develop and promote key resources designed to improve tower climber safety, the Association is also reaching out to key stakeholders throughout the industry by providing safety resources and industry expertise to tower construction firms, general contractors, tower owners, carriers and broadcasters.
NATE strives to keep members informed of the most current techniques and developments within the industry by offering continuing education in a variety of formats. NATE continues to pursue a culture of safety dedicated to sending every tower worker home safely at the end of the day.
Educational materials are available to members in good standing by using the order form found on online at Member Services.
Communication with NATE members in a consistent and concise fashion continues to be a top priority for the Association. NATE has a variety of communication mediums available in order to provide both insightful and relevant information to members and industry stakeholders.
The following are some of the resources the Association relies on to promote the activities of NATE.
- Tower Times
- NATE News
- NATE Social Media
- NATE Website
NATE’s toll-free number is available for members to contact the NATE Administrative Staff with questions regarding the Association. 1-888-882-5865 (U.S.)