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Fall protection – Rescue – Rope Access – Confined space

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The Council of structures , masts, and antennas (CSPA)

Helps ensure that the construction of telecommunication antennas in Canada continues to put safety above all workers. This non-profit board established by the Canadian Association of wireless telecommunications, is a collaborative space for members of the industry sectors it represents, is the Canadian wireless carriers, owner-operators of pylons, masts engineering services and hardware installed on the roofs, and construction contractors and maintenance of wireless telecommunications facilities

Partenaires technique de PETZL

Petzl Technical Partner

Nouvelle Hauteur, Inc. is proud to be Petzl Technical Partner for North America.  As a PETZL technical partner, our objective is to provide the highest level of vertical access and rescue training using industry best-practices, and to incorporate the equipment best-suited for the job.  We also share our practical wisdom and expertise with PETZL, to help them continue to innovate and develop new and useful tools for safety and efficiency.  (Learn More)

The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT)

The Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) is a member-driven organization that advances the safe use of rope access through education, developing standards, and administering certifications.  We work to ensure that our SPRAT courses meet the rigorous standards laid out by our SPRAT partners.

The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE)

The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) is a non-profit trade association providing a unified voice for tower erection, maintenance and service companies.  Their objective is to pursue, formulate and adhere to uniform safety standards in order to ensure the well-being of tower personnel.  As memebers of NATE, we provide tower fall protection and rescue courses that are designed to meet the highest standards around safety, and proper usage of personal protective equipment.

GWO Global Wind Organization

The Global Wind Organization (GWO)

The Global Wind Organization (GWO) is a non-profit founded by leading wind turbine manufacturers and operators, with the objective of developing safety training standards and best practices designed for improving safety and productivity in the wind industry.  As a member of GWO, our courses have been developed in order to maintain their standards.