A one paragraph article in this month's NATE magazine said the new TIA 1019-A-2011 Construction Standard for the tower industry has gone into effect and you can buy it at www.asse.org . Don't bother, they don't have it. You can get it at http://www.tiaonline.org/standards/buy-tia-standards . But you still may not want to bother. The price for the 90 pages is $168.00. I understand the greater portion of it is about gin pole use and engineering, but it's now labeled the "construction standard". What would the average contractor gain by buying it? Does it mean if we're NOT using this "standard" we can be fined by OSHA?