To view the official photos of the NWSA Board of Governors, visit the Board of Governor’s page on the
organization’s website at: http://nws-a.org/board-of-governors/.
“The inaugural Board of Governors consists of talented individuals
representing the diversity of the wireless industry landscape,” said NWSA consultant Chuck Slagle, a former Sprint Environmental
Health and Safety Executive. “The selected Governors have the requisite level of experience and expertise necessary
to help guide the NWSA’s assessment and certification programs through the critical stages of development and to the
marketplace,” added Slagle.
The Board of Governors
will be formally seated next week during the inaugural NWSA meetings that will be held in Denver, Colorado on August 12-13,
“The diverse backgrounds of the individuals
represented on the Board of Governors will be an incredible asset to NWSA and serve the organization very well as it prepares
its assessment and certification programs to go through the ANSI/ISO 17024 accreditation process,” stated Joel Oliva,
NCCCO’s Director of Operations and Program Development. Oliva will be collaborating closely with the Board of Governors
and will be directly involved in NWSA’s program development and test administration phase.
The NWSA organization is the result of collaborative efforts between a broad coalition
of the industry’s leading subject matter experts, companies and stakeholders representing wireless carriers, tower owners,
OEM’s, turnkey management firms, small contractors, tower technicians and industry associations. Industry leaders have
pledged to provide timely and relevant updates to the industry as key benchmarks are achieved in the establishment of the
NWSA national assessment and certification program.
Wireless industry workers, companies and organizations are encouraged to view the NWSA website today by visiting www.nws-a.org to learn more about the organization.
National Wireless Safety Alliance
NWSA is a non-profit
organization that has been established to provide thorough, independent assessments of knowledge and skills and provide verifiable
worker certification in order to enhance safety, reduce workplace risk, improve quality, encourage training, and recognize
the skilled professionals who work on towers and other non-standard structures.