Sigma Merits

    Safety LMS to Begin Sending Digital Certifications Safety LMS will begin sending out digital credentials to our customers through Sigma, a secure and verified digital credentialing platform. This reliable platform enables us to digitally send and manage the certifications and training of our customers in real time. This will make it easy for […]

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Last Call for Sign Ups – Austin SPRAT Class

    Last Chance to Get Enrolled Austin SPRAT Class – July 23-27th Registration for next week’s SPRAT class has been extended through this Friday. If you have any questions about the SPRAT class or want to get you or your team enrolled, call Safety LMS now @ 512-710-5000 4 Spots Remaining! For more information […]

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What you need to know – NWSA Practical Exams

    NWSA Practical Exams WHAT IS NWSA? The NWSA Telecom Tower Tech 1 & 2 exams are standardized tests created as a way for employers and vendors to know what on the job skills an individual has before hiring them. The NWSA certification will not replace the normal Competent Climber/Rescuer and Rigging certifications and will […]

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OSHA Safety Stand Down 2018

    OSHA Safety Stand Down Week May 7-11, 2018 NATE spoke with Safety LMS’s very own President, JP Jones, about the importance of OSHA Safety Stand Down Week. JP is a chairman of NATE’s OSHA Relations Committee and a member of the NATE Board of Directors. OSHA Safety Stand Down week is a great time to take […]

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Why do you need SPRAT?

  You’re a tower climber… Why would you need SPRAT? You’re the top of the class when it comes to having all of your certifications up to date, you have everything from Climber/Rescuer to RF to specialized PIM test training, you always have your files organized and certifications on you at all times. So why […]

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SEMC Flexible Steel Safety Climb Standard

Steel Safety Climb Standard

The Safety Equipment Manufacturers Committee (SEMC) has released their latest consensus document on the Flexible Steel Safety Climb Standard. The document, which is the result of years worth of work, clearly defines what the system is, when it is an appurtenance to the structure, when it becomes PPE, as well as installation guidelines and inspection requirements and […]

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FCC, OSHA Release Tower Climber Safety Guide

Tower Climber Safety Guide

The FCC and OSHA, recently released their Tower Climber Safety Guide. The guide is a result of the long-standing commitment of both agencies to ensure the safety of tower workers. They’ve hosted workshops with input from industry stakeholders to identify and establish accepted practices for performing communication towers work safely. In a joint statement, FCC […]

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OSHA Updates the Walking-Working Surfaces Regulation

Safety Course Breakdown OSHA Updates

OSHA Updates the Walking-Working Surfaces Regulation A Great article written by my good friend and President of Pigeon Mountain Industries (PMI), Loui Mc Curley about the latest OSHA updates. It’s here! OSHA’s long awaited revision to its general industry standards on walking-working surfaces has been published at https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2016/11/18/2016-24557/walking- working-surfaces- and-personal- protective-equipment- fall-protection- systems. This is […]

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