Tower Company: Above Wireless
Photo: Water tower
DIAGRAM: Gin pole and Tagging
Photo: Tower Grounding
OSHA communications towers best practices
https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3877.pdf The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Federal Communications Commission are concerned about the risks faced by employees in the communication tower industry. Employees climb communication towers to perform construction and maintenance activities and face numerous hazards, including fall hazards, hazards associated with structural collapses and improper rigging and hoisting practices, and “struck-by” hazards.
OSHA page on towers
https://www.osha.gov/doc/topics/communicationtower/index.html A great starting point on learning about OSHA regulations in regards to towers.
Towers and pricing
One of the more common questions is what does a tower cost me to put up? As many of you know this can vary quite a bit. We are going to approach this from a single vendor perspective. What this means is I am going to take what it would cost to buy a commercially available tower from Texas Towers and put it in the air. Disclaimers 1.I am not endorsing Texas Towers nor am I affiliated […]
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