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ANSI A300 standards have long been regarded as the standard for US arbor-industry practices. The 10 standards, covering various aspects of tree care, have been consolidated into a single document.
Climbers, Eye on the Industry, Forestry, Latest News, PPE, WHS/OH&S
Fall restraints are a major factor in reducing fatalities and serious injuries in employees working with EWPs. Should employers provide fall restraints for workers? The Timber Trade Industrial Association (TTIA) keeps a close eye on legislation and guidelines in the forestry and arbor industries.
Eye on the Industry, Forestry /News, Forestry Feature, Government, Grants, Latest News
Extreme weather can make tree work difficult and increase possible hazards. Make sure business is prepared for the increased risks that come with a warmer than average summer season.
Association News, Climbing, Eye on the Industry, Latest News, QAA News
The Australian Government’s A Better Future for our Regions
and A Future Grown in Australia
policies establish the government’s commitment to Australia’s forest industries.
Eye on the Industry, Forestry, Latest News
QAA Aerial Rescue Workshops ensure arborists know how to perform an aerial rescue when an unconscious or injured person needs to be safely moved to the ground from a tree or elevated work platform.
Eye on the Industry, Forestry / Technology, Latest News
Towards Two Billion Trees is an ambitious 10-point plan for the next 10 years launched by WWF-Australia.
Climbers, Climbing, Contractors, Eye on the Industry, Government, Property maintenance
More than 170 young Wollemi pines grown by Botanic Gardens of Sydney were shipped from Australia and have been carefully looked after at Forestry England’s tree nursery at Bedgebury.
Eye on the Industry, Government, Latest News
Previously titled Guide to Managing Risks of Tree Trimming and Removal Work
, Safe Work Australia now offers the updated Guide to Managing the Risks of Tree Work
Eye on the Industry, Forestry Feature
The Environment, Resources and Development Committee of the South Australian Parliament has published an Interim Report for its Urban Forest inquiry containing 13 Recommendations for regulatory change to better acknowledge the value of trees, to provide better protection for existing trees and to support tree planting.
Looking just like it split once it got to its base, the huge Eucalyptus jacksonii
‘Giant Tingle’ is in Walpole Nornalup National Park in Walpole, WA.