• What to Expect During a Tower Inspection and Site Audit?

    May 18, 2020

    Whether it’s performed after an on-site incident or conducted proactively at random times, a tower inspection can reveal a lot about your tower company, contractors, and full-time staff. Here’s what you should expect during and after your site audit. Elements of a Site Audit Assigning audits to an independent… Read More >

  • Our Team Members

    An Update for Our Valued Clients

    May 6, 2020

    First, we sincerely hope that you and your families – at home and at work – are all healthy and whole during these strange and difficult times.  We want to let you know that your USA Telecom team is here for you.  Our entire organization has been working remotely since… Read More >

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    Auditing the Safety of Your Tower Personnel 

    April 7, 2020

    For tower owners, safety audits are an important way to correct unsafe behavior, practices, and planning before having to deal with unfavorable consequences. In fact, the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) requires certain industry entities to conduct a set number of quarterly audits to remain eligible for membership. Why… Read More >

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    RF Safety for Telecommunications Tower Technicians

    March 4, 2020

    Safety equipment protects tower climbers from avoidable injuries and fatalities. Each site and each day, they must consider the specific hazards that are presented— such as from weather or other conditions—and determine the right protection needed. However, the tools required for certain jobs also might guard tower technicians from unseen… Read More >

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    Fall Protection Standards in the Tower Industry

    February 14, 2020

    Cell tower structures range anywhere from 50 feet to 2,000 feet in height, depending on the type, which means climbers are often one malfunctioning piece of equipment, electrical hazard, or unclear hand signal away from a potentially fatal fall. That’s why organizations like the National Association of Tower… Read More >

  • Insurance Types

    Do You Have the Right Types of Coverage in Place?

    January 22, 2020

    If you work in telecommunications industry, you know it can be difficult to find an insurance company that will underwrite all the types of insurance coverage needed for proper risk management and comprehensive protection. Many insurance carriers have no interest in underwriting the risks associated with telecommunications companies due to… Read More >

  • Cell work Tower

    Does Your Telecom Insurance Policy Include These Risks?

    December 9, 2019

    Cellphone network towers present a broad range of risks for many parties. That’s why companies in the telecommunications industry need specialized  risk management and insurance coverage. Erecting and operating a cell tower involves many parties as well as exposures to different types of risks, which require coverage lines such as… Read More >

  • Emergency Siren

    Preparing for a Telecommunications Emergency

    December 2, 2019

    Every job site is different, but there are many aspects that are the similar.  Having knowledge of where emergency services are located near each site is important in case something should happen.  However, the vital contacts and information needed for a smooth running job don’t stop there. Job Site It… Read More >

  • 5G Network

    What 5G Means for the Future of the Telecommunications Industry

    November 20, 2019

    By now, we’ve all heard a lot about 5G, or fifth generation mobile network technology. All four major carriers have some form of 5G wireless coverage, although it is limited to certain cities and the bugs are still being worked out. Cities increasingly are testing 5G capabilities, but it is… Read More >

  • Workers Compensation

    Workers Compensation Insurance & the Telecom Industry

    November 15, 2019

    Workers compensation is a big deal in the telecommunication industry, especially for tower erection, maintenance and service companies. Contractually, their customers require the purchase of this coverage; however, all workers compensation policies are not created equal. It is important to make sure the policy you acquire provides comprehensive coverage, e.g.,… Read More >

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