Emphasizing Optica’s commitment to the safest workers and worksites, Director of Safety & Training, Ed Dennis leads numerous safety courses at upcoming tower industry conference in Texas

When we use our cell phones, it’s not likely that we think too often of the dangers that exist for the cellphone tower erector industry. In fact, according to the head of OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration), working on cellphone towers is the deadliest job in the U.S. In response, organizations like the National Association of Tower Erectors exist in order to pursue, formulate and adhere to uniform standards of safety to ensure the continued well-being of tower personnel, and facilitate effective safety training for the entire industry.

Optica Network Technologies (“Optica”), a nationally recognized engineering design expert and builder of complex wireless and wireline communications networks, announced just a short while ago today that its new Director of Safety & Training, Ed Dennis will be the lead trainer for two safety and training courses at NATE 2013, the annual conference and exposition of the National Association of Tower Erectors. NATE 2013 takes place February 18-21, 2013, in Fort Worth, Texas.

Nationally acknowledged as one of the most experienced safety trainers in industry, Mr. Dennis will lead two critical training sessions for NATE attendees at this month’s event: OSHA 10-Hour Training Course and Fall Protection Regulations and Standards – What Do I Follow?

View the NATE 2013 conference details and full agenda at: http://natehome.com/annual-conference/.

To learn more about Ed Dennis and Optica Network Technologies, visit the website at www.opticanetworktechnologies.com.