The NATE Unite 2022 convention will be hosted in Las Vegas from Feb. 21 to 24, 2022. The Caesars Forum conference center will host the NATE Unite exhibit hall.
Exhibitors who secure booth space by July 1 will receive a 10 percent discount. View the NATE Unite 2022 Sponsor & Exhibitor Planning Guide at www.natehome.com. For questions on sponsorship and exhibiting, contact NATE Event Coordinator Shari Wirkus at (605) 882-5865 or [email protected]
The exhibit hall will have displays ranging from service providers to manufacturers of industry-related products. Eligibility to exhibit at NATE Unite is open to individuals and firms doing business in telecommunications, wireless communications and broadcasting. The NATE membership consists of CEOs and other decision-makers from the tower industry.
Also, coming up soon are two sessions of the NATE Unite 2021 Virtual Education Series:
On Wednesday, June 23, at 11 a.m. Central time, Allie Thunstrom, field product specialist for Ergodyne, will conduct Session 5 of the NATE Unite 2021 educational series titled “Don’t Drop That.”
The session will focus on the hazards associated with dropped objects at job sites and how companies can best incorporate safety measures to mitigate the danger. With nearly 10,000 struck by injuries occurring annually in Canada alone, there continues to be a trend toward dropped objects prevention and safe objects-at-heights management. The development and release of ANSI/ISEA 121-2018, the American National Standard for Dropped Object Prevention Equipment, formalized this movement. With this safety revolution comes questions and a need for guidance on how to implement a dropped objects component a safety program. All attendees will receive certificates of participation.
On July 21 at 11 a.m. Central Time, Sonya Roshek, vice president of field services at B+T Group, will conduct Session 6, “Tower Modifications, Engineering and Construction.” This session will offer a deep dive on tower modifications, engineering and construction. By integrating engineers into construction teams and by making use of tower modification design teams, companies in the industry such as B+T Group have been able to reduce change orders on sites and develop a strong track record of few to zero punch list items on a site. The discussion will highlight and reinforce how to work as a team without putting the client timeline at risk.
For more information, visit https://natehome.com/nate-unite-conference/nate-unite-2021-educational-session-series/