Customized NATS Trainings – Go Private

Jessica Cofer Blog

One of the ways NATS delivers on our mission to empower people to live and work safely, to create positive impact, and to be the best version of themselves by inspiring a culture of safety through leadership, sustainability, and integrity is by customizing trainings to meet the specific needs of our clients. Private trainings are not new to NATS, and …

Takeaways From NATS’ First Women’s Chainsaw Course

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Over two days in late-June, fifteen women came together in Olympia, Washington to be a part of NATS’ first Women’s Chainsaw Course. We had terrific interest leading up to the course and added a second instructor to accommodate a larger class size. Emily Roberts (EmRo) and Rebecca Seibel led the group through the two-day course that followed the NATS Chainsaw …

Safety Tips and Best Practices

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Working in the field of arboriculture, there’s a lot to remember when it comes to staying safe on the job. Depending on the work you’re doing, different techniques come into play to make sure your safety remains a priority. We reached out to our NATS team members and asked them to share some of their tried and true safety tips …

Giving Back – Brian Luzier: Volunteer Firefighter and NATS Senior Director of Sales and Business Development

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After the attacks of 9/11, Brian Luzier, NATS Senior Director of Sales and Business Development, felt a strong desire to serve in some way. Realizing he may have been too old to go into the military, Brian instead turned his focus closer to home and decided to serve his neighbors and the local community in York County, Pennsylvania – he …