• Thomas LeClair

    Thomas LeClair

    1st Graduate of the ENSA NWREI Telecom Program

  • Introducing the ENSA APE
  • Telecom Rescue Training

    Telecom Rescue Training

    NATE - National Association of Tower Erectors

    ENSA Telecom training courses teach more than just a harness, a lanyard, and a positioning strap. Today, LTE antennas can be found anywhere from towers and monopoles, to industrial rooftops and water towers. Is your crew prepared for all the environments they will see?

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  • Work-at-Height Safety Training

    Work-at-Height Safety Training

    Providing Work-at-Height safety training for large companies and small…

    Cianbro, College Gaspesie, Fagan, Inc., Garrad Hassan, Global Energy Services, Goracon, Horizon Wind Energy, Iberdrola Renewables, Knight and Carver, KR Wind, Lake Shore Technical, Mitsubishi Wind, PEM, Safeworks, Texas State Technical College, TransCanada, Vestas

  • Work-at-Height Safety Training

    Work-at-Height Safety Training

    Providing Work-at-Height safety training for large companies and small…

You Get More with ENSA

ENSA, a division of Mallory Safety & Supply is a highly specialized group of work-at-height safety pioneers and experts.

You Get More With ENSA

You Get More With ENSA

We provide work-at-height safety rescue training, support and rigging services to the Wind Power, Telecom and Industrial markets including Water Tower, Bridges, Solar, Suspended Platforms, Steel Mills and Foundries, and work-at-height work areas in Pulp and Paper and Tower Crane Operations.

ENSA continues to be the leaders in inventing, perfecting and refining work-at-height rescue techniques. With extensive experience of the two principal directors, Rob Siegel, Director of Business Development / Operations and Nick Jones, Director of Training, brings over 30 years of combined rescue training experience to the industry. Rob Siegel has over 9000 hours on towers, with Nick not too far behind.

The ENSA team includes trainers in every area of the country that can be mobilized and dispatched at a moments notice. We have several locations for training either at our main facility in Gary, South Dakota, Portland, Oregon, Upstate New York or with our training partners in Texas, Minnesota, Wisconsin or Washington.

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ENSA Team members are well-respected and regarded as Top Professionals in the industry, their training techniques makes learning fun, and prepares the technician, competent person or Certified ENSA Trainer to be a highly sought after employee, ready for work on day one at the job site.

Our classes go beyond the required elements of rescue training, we incorporate the necessary safety knowledge and skills that are applicable to the job site.

Being ENSA trained and certified is a credential that stands apart in the industry. Our partners have told us that “Getting Their ENSA” holds great value and is acknowledged as the industry standard for certification.

ENSA is here to meet the needs of health and safety executives and program managers faced with an evolving compliance environment, operation deadlines, climber criteria, program limitations and the requirement for skilled personnel.

Our ENSAWerKs work-at-height equipment website is supported by Mallory Safety & Supply, our safety, construction and industrial corporate owner. No need to spend time obtaining quotes or procuring equipment from another distributor. ENSAWerKs works for you.

When you partner with ENSA, all your training and equipment needs are managed under under One Company, One Connection. Your Solution, MalloryONE, Mallory Safety & Supply.

Customers and partners look to ENSA to assist their efforts in managing the complexities that continually challenge safety, performance and profitability.

Work-at-Height Rescue Training by ENSA, Setting skill standards for Exceptional Workers-at-Height.

The Higher Way, The ENSA Way.


Meet Our Team

Rob Siegel, Head of Operations

Rob Siegel, Head of Operations

Rob Siegel has over 15 years of hands-on training and skills-development experience as a Work-at-Height professional. Rob got started in this industry when he experienced what can happen when working at height without proper rescue training can lead to a life-changing event. While on a job-site, Rob witnessed a friend and worker fall from a(…)

Barry Morris, Training Manager

Barry Morris, Training Manager

Rural Eastern South Dakota is where this pioneer in Wind Safety has called home since before man first set foot on the moon! Unbeknownst to most is that the “The Most Interesting Man in the World” commercials were based on Barry’s exploits in Wind Safety. “Stay Safe My Friends” is the credo for this ENSA(…)

Nick Jones – Director of Training

Nick Jones – Director of Training

Here we come! Nick Jones rejoins ENSA as Director of Training and Curriculum Development. He teams up with his long-time colleague and extreme guy Rob Siegel as of May 1st, 2013. To sum everything up – it would be the little catch phrase we have used in the past that best suits Nick – “With(…)

Glen Bedgood, ENSA-Instructor

Glen Bedgood, ENSA-Instructor

I love to teach. I’ve worked myself out of several jobs by teaching others how to do what I do, and I’ve always found it exciting to learn something new, just to teach it to someone else. I think it’s seeing that light bulb brighten above others’ heads that trips my trigger. Texas State Technical(…)

Steve Brown – Chief Instructor

Steve Brown – Chief Instructor

When you meet Steve for the first time your trust level goes up 1000 feet and you wonder if you knew him in a previous life. A true family man, Steve balances his life between his love of nature, organic farming, family and his extreme nature. Steve is a serious climber and route developer of(…)

Daniel Vasquez, Instructor

Daniel Vasquez, Instructor

    Daniel is a man on a mission. Highly organized with an eye for white-tailed deer and an elite member of the ENSA Team. Daniel brings a skill set to our program that is second to none. His attention to detail and passionate support of the ENSA program is why NWREI continues to be(…)

Tad Baird, ENSA-Instructor

Tad Baird, ENSA-Instructor

What can I say? I love what I do for a career. Every day I get the opportunity to share the knowledge and skills that I have learned with others and it couldn’t be more rewarding. My career started as an ENSA instructor when a man named Glen Bedgood took me under his wing. He(…)