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2806, 2019

Hurricane Season Forecast And The Tree Care Industry

June 28, 2019|

From "Slightly Below-Normal" to "Near-Average" The Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science has maintained their forecast for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season, as "near-average." Sea surface temperatures are at near-average and the odds of a weak El Niño during the peak months have "diminished slightly." Recap The first forecast of the 2019 Atlantic [...]

2706, 2019

Hurricane Season Forecast: Takeaways for Homeowners

June 27, 2019|

From "Slightly Below-Normal" to "Near-Average" The Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science has maintained their forecast for the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season, as "near-average." Sea surface temperatures are at near-average and the odds of a weak El Niño during the peak months have "diminished slightly." Recap The first forecast of the 2019 Atlantic [...]

2606, 2019

Benefits Of A Tree Care Network

June 26, 2019|

Benefits of Joining A Tree Care Vendor Network Tree care professionals that are part of a Tree Care Vendor Network do not have to worry about wasting time and resources to research, learn, and convince the insurance industry, or any of the actions that must take place before a job can be assigned. [...]

605, 2019

Storm Response Preparedness

May 6, 2019|

Storm Response Safety Measures As if safety and awareness weren’t already extremely important, it is even more so during emergency storm response. Why? Because the stakes are high and there are significantly more factors to weigh than usual. Your crews are working in unfamiliar territory, possibly removing uncommon tree species, maneuvering around any inaccessible [...]

103, 2019

Gloves: To Wear Or Not To Wear

March 1, 2019|

The Question Gloves. Technically they are PPE, but should they be a universal requirement for arboriculture operations – like it is for head, ear, and eye protection? Our Take Timber Warriors’ Safety Director says “YES,” gloves should always be worn; but some say there is not always a need. So far, OSHA and ANSI [...]

101, 2019

An Idea Forms At Crane Training Program

January 1, 2019|

How It Started Last month Timber Warriors’ Safety Director, RJ Runyon, visited Heavy Equipment Colleges of America (HEC) in Oklahoma City to meet with students enrolled in the 3-week crane training program, and HEC instructors. HEC invited Timber Warriors to speak about the use of cranes in the arboriculture industry, specifically, as well as the obstacles [...]

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