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NATT Safety Services opens Ottawa location

Sudbury-based firm provides safety training to industrial clients
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NATT Safety Services has operated in Lively, an outlying Sudbury community, since 2013.

Ottawa, ON – March 29, 2021: NATT Safety Services, which has been operating since 2013 in Lively, Ontario, is opening a new location in Ottawa to offer complete safety training solutions and industrial services.

“This is a natural next step for our company,” shares Kevin Pattison, president and CEO of TPS Group of Companies, which includes NATT Safety Services.

“Our staffing division, TH Employment Solutions (Transport Help), has been operating in Ottawa since 1999, so it just makes sense."

With the recent acquisition of Safety Training Ottawa, NATT Safety Services Ottawa will be led in part by previous owner, Debbie Desaulniers, who has been providing safety training in the Ottawa area for over six years.

The official grand opening of NATT Safety Services Ottawa is April 6, 2021.

“With COVID, we’re unable to have an in-person opening event, but we invite anyone who would like to learn more to call us,” shares Pattison.

Various safety training offered includes working at heights, confined space, power elevated work platform, rigging, overhead crane, 0-8 ton crane, first aid and high angle rope rescue among many others. Industrial training is offered to a diverse range of industries, including mining, pulp and paper, forestry, construction, and more.

For more information on safety training available in Ottawa, contact Debbie at NATT Safety Services Ottawa at 1-888-294-1943, ext. 305, or visit www.nattsafety.com.

NATT Safety Services provides safety training and industrial services including CPO-approved working at heights, confined space, power elevated work platform, rigging, overhead crane, 0-8 ton crane, first aid and high angle rope rescue, and much more. NATT Safety Services has grown to be the largest confined space rescue provider and in-house training facility in Northern Ontario.

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