Association News, Climbing, Elevating Work Platforms, EWPs and arbor mech, Eye on the Industry, Forestry, Latest News, WHS/OH&S
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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.
Association News, Eye on the Industry, Feature, Stump Grinders And Brush Clearing Machines
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.
Association News, Climbers, Climbing, Eye on the Industry
TCAA member and career arborist Bruce Smith – The Tree Surgeon – outlines the benefits of ethics in arboriculture, a genuine care for how tree work is carried out, and for what that work achieves.
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With another year quickly racing away it’s time for an update from the QAA.Read More
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All the industry news, views and hullaballoos – like the Aussies’ amazing performance at the International Tree Climbing Championships!
Association News, Training
Join the Victorian Tree Industry Organisation for the Women In Arboriculture Weekend on October 6 to 9, at Pax Hill Scout Camp, Ballarat. It’s free!
Association News, Business News, Eye on the Industry, Government
The TCAA’s Jim McArdle, the earthy arborist, reminisces about his early years, what he calls ‘the woodyard learning’, and the value of experience.
Australia’s Fair Work Commission (FWC) recently announced an increase of 5.75 per cent to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and all Minimum Modern Award wage rates, effective from the first full pay period on or after July 1, 2023.
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Dave Crispin, senior arborist at Treeswest Australia and ArbWest member, highlights a serious problem which means WA is under attack.
The last really significant changes in the Australian workplace took place over 10-15 years ago in the form of the abolition of WorkChoices legislation by the then Rudd government, and its replacement with the Fair Work Act 2009 (FWA).Read More