A COMPANY providing safety training for people working at height has joined a campaign to raise awareness of the mobile access tower industry.
What does ATA stand for?
ATA stands for Access Tower (Vandenberg AFB, CA)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 459 other meanings of ATA in our Acronym Attic
- Angiotensin II Type 2 Receptor
- Advanced Tactical Targeting Technology (US DARPA)
- Automatic Tactical Targeting and Tracking
- Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class (US Navy)
- Angiotensin II Type-4 (gene)
- AT (Army Technology) 4 Confined Space (US Army)
- American Top 40 (radio)
- Atop the Fourth Wall (comic reviews)
- Amstel Televisie 5 (Dutch: Amstel Television 5; news channel; Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Aboriginal Tourism Association (British Columbia, Canada)
- Accredited Tax Advisor (accreditation from College for Financial Planning and the Accreditation Council on Accountancy)
- Accredited Teacher Accomplishment (New South Wales Institute of Teachers; New South Wales, Australia)
- Accumulated Time Analysis
- Activity Therapists Association (Chicago, IL)
- Actual Time of Arrival
- Addictions Training Academy (est. 2009; UK)
- Additional Training Assemblies
- Administrative Tribunals Act (Canada)
- Admission Temporaire (French: Temporary Admission)
- Advanced Tactical Aircraft
Samples in periodicals archive:
A council spokesman said: "It was built in 1988 and includes a domed roof and an access tower that houses a spiral staircase with balconies linking the structures at each upper level.
Meanwhile, it is also working on a complex fabrication project for IHC Engineering Business - a world-leader in the construction of specialist dredging equipment and custom-built offshore vessels - supplying a pounds 300,000 200 metre access tower.
The structure consists of three elements: a slender access tower clad in thin timber slats, a vertiginous glazed warm-up pod, and the ski jump ramp itself, its geometry dictated by the sport's regulations concerning safe jumping trajectories and distances.
To do the job you will need: * Scaffolding, an access tower, or a cherry picker - it is not safe to do this from a ladder.
Meanwhile, IHC Merwede, a Dutch-owned construction firm with a base in Tyneside, has awarded MB a pounds 150,000 contract to supply materials for a 180-metre access tower used to lay pipes on the seabed.
HSS can supply a roof ladder for around pounds 19 for a day's use but you will also need a ladder or access tower to reach the gutter level.