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The tree care industry is a very demanding field and requires the utmost scrutiny of safety and equipment maintenance. Safety is a top priority at Woodland Tree.
Daily equipment inspections are conducted by crew supervisors. Woodland Tree has 3 fully certified and experienced mechanics on site for equipment repairs and preventative maintenance. Periodic inspections done by outside authorities including Tennessee State Director of the International Society of Arboriculture, Chairman of Southern Chapter of ISA Tree Climbing, and Chairman of TN State Tree Climbing Competition to insure all safety equipment is up to OSHA and ANSI standards. To further promote a culture of safety, Woodland Tree employs a Certified Tree Care Safety Professional to oversee safety, initiatives and facilitate the continued education of employees.
On November 30, 2012 Woodland hosted its annual safety training. With participation from experts in their field like Wes Hopper from Urban Forestry, Jill Hoffman with Hortica Insurance, and a representative from Floied Fire Extinguisher, Woodland and its staff were coached on the most current safety practices in our industry. All staff received training on: the 2013 required Hazard Communications with Globally Harmonized System (GHS), commercial motor vehicle defensive driving, fire safety with fire extinguisher training, accident investigation, and supervisor training. Crew members received hands on training on advanced rigging and cutting techniques. Woodland Tree Service is committed to the continuing education of our employees and staff.
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