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Fall Protection Video Sets High Standard

WAPA's Media Line: 720-962-7411
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 9, 2015
CONTACT:  Kara Lamb, 720-962-7411, MediaRelations@wapa.gov
 
LAKEWOOD, Colo.—Western Area Power Administration is proud to announce the availability of its Fall Protection Training: Steel Structures video , the second in a continuing series. The video is available at www.wapa.gov or on Western’s YouTube channel.
 
With more than 17,000 miles of transmission lines, WAPA is one of the top 10 largest transmission providers in the nation. The number one concern at WAPA, as it is across the industry, is the safety of all employees.
 
WAPA has been actively involved in developing Fall Protection training for more than 20 years. The video series is the Fall Protection Committee’s most recent contribution to the evolving program. Fall Protection Training: Steel Structures focuses on fall protection as it relates to work on and around steel towers, including methods to use and equipment for moving around the towers.
 
Fall Protection is a critical component of WAPA’s day-to-day mission to keep electricity flowing. Taking a leadership role in the necessary training and education is one way Western can ensure the health and welfare of all of its hard working men and women.
 
To learn more about Fall Protection at WAPA, view the most recent training video at www.wapa.gov, or contact Media Relations at 720-962-4111.
 
 
About WAPA: Western Area Power Administration annually markets and transmits more than 25,000 gigawatt-hours of clean, renewable power from 56 hydroelectric power plants owned and operated by the Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 15 central and western states. Western also owns, operates and maintains a more than 17,000 circuit-mile, high-voltage transmission system in its service territory. It is part of the Department of Energy. Learn more at www.wapa.gov.
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