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Tree Inspection: A Continuous Process

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Is ‘Megatron’ the future of tree trimming?

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Arboriculture Training In Victoria

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The Bore-ing Back-cut… The Bore-ing Back-cut… by Tim Ard, Forest Applications Training, Inc.     Once you have completed the first four areas of information on your felling plan it is time to choose a back cut to fall the tree. You may choose to simply start from the back of the tree and cut …

To Splice or Not to Splice?                                                 SRT & Non-Spliced Climbing Lines Marlow Ropes’ range of CE certified and ANSI compliant climbing, rigging and accessory lines are field proven and trusted by …

Working with Trees: 3 Proper Safety Tips to Avoid Injuries Image Source: Pexels.com Working with trees is certainly not a profession without its dangers. And while lumberjacks might have it easier, arborists are certainly put through a lot more professionally speaking. Not only do they face the same hazards, but then there’s the added risk …

Working w/Cranes: What You Need to Know   By Mark Chisholm Should we mention that it was taken from my presentation? This article is about what it takes to do crane work from the perspective of the person doing the rigging, making the cut, whether climbing or using a bucket truck, and the  crew working …

Clean Consistent Citations We all know what citations are. The Yelps, the Home Advisors, the BBB’s. Over the the last year even, these have doubled in importance for Google ranking factors. In 2010 Google came out and said “Blogs are good, everyone should have a blog!”. And that’s indeed what we did.  But on second …

      Getting To Know Your First Responders We are all familiar with the OSHA and ANSI standards because we are responsible and compliant professionals. If we weren’t we probably wouldn’t be members of the MAC-ISA and therefore would not be reading this article. Let us be honest. Many of us have small businesses …