NWSA representatives initially defined two levels of telecommunications tower technicians for crew members who perform general construction activities with an emphasis on tower system installation, modification, maintenance, and inspection of support structures used in telecommunications, including personal wireless communications, public safety communications, utility networks, and broadcast.
These two levels were defined as:
- Telecommunications Tower Technician 1:
An individual who can safely perform tasks on telecommunication sites under direct supervision.
- Telecommunications Tower Technician 2:
An individual who can safely perform tasks on telecommunication sites and is capable of supervision of TTT-1 technicians and trainees.
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