The checklists may be used as a helpful reference in discussions regarding projects, or may be used as an enclosure in correspondence to prospective clients. Your company can use these checklists to highlight the safety practices and procedures your association recommends.
It should be noted that the following checklists are not legally binding documents, but rather a list of recommendations based on safety principles supported by the NATE: The Communications Infrastructure Contractors Association to help define what levels of owner responsibility your company will require and accept.
A PDF versions of the documents are available below. You may download the documents or print as many copies as you like from the website and utilize them as a tool to demonstrate your expectations of a safe work environment for your crews.