OSHA Recommends Tree Care Operations Standard

Jessica Cofer Blog

Those of us who work in the tree care industry know that it can be filled with hazards, including falling from trees, being struck by falling trees or branches, and being injured or killed during chainsaw or wood chipper operation, as well as exposure to energized power lines. Through its preliminary research, OSHA believes that there are currently unsafe or …

Training, from a Client’s Perspective

Jessica Cofer Blog

As an organization, NATS works with clients in a variety of industries, ranging from arborists to public safety, oil and gas to government and municipalities, power utilities to insurance and forestry. NATS also collaborates with the electrical training ALLIANCE, a leading publisher of education materials for the electrical industry.                        …

Empower the Educator, From a Graduate’s Perspective

Jessica Cofer Blog

Earlier this spring we introduced Empower the Educator, a new iteration of Train the Trainer. Essentially, we took all of the best components of the popular program and are presenting them in a new way through this personal and professional transformational program. We thought it would be interesting to hear from someone who has gone through both programs to gain …

Introducing Our Comprehensive Performance Assessment Program

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Over the past few months, our team has been working diligently behind the scenes to develop and build upon our programs to better serve our clients as we continue to navigate the constantly-evolving new world in which we’re living and working. Earlier this month we introduced NATS CARES, an innovative, industry-leading subscription-based training solution to enhance the safety and well-being …