5 Ways to Boost Customer Service While on a Client’s Property

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 6/23/2020 to Tree Climbing Safety
5 Ways to Boost Customer Service While on a Client’s Property
“Our #1 goal is customer service, anyone can do tree work. Our priorities are: great customer service and no property damage"

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Does Your Knot Reduce the Strength of Your Rope?

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 5/29/2020 to Tree Climbing Safety
Does Your Knot Reduce the Strength of Your Rope?
Throughout our day as an arborist, depending on the exact work order, we could be tying a knot hundreds of times. When it comes to a large removal or even speed lining the limbs of a large conifer, the amount of knots tied throughout the day can

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Staying Employable in the Tree Work Industry

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 2/24/2020 to Tree Climbing Safety
Staying Employable in the Tree Work Industry
There are several things that the best arborist employees have in common. They are inquisitive, knowledgeable, and generally upbeat in attitude.

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Save Your Shoulders With This Tip

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 1/23/2020 to Tree Climbing Safety
Save Your Shoulders With This Tip
Through my experience, I’ve seen different types of injuries that have prevented people from working as well as prevented some from coming back to work altogether. Let’s have a discussion on a repeated use injury that is far too common in our industry and how we can try to keep it at a minimum from this point forward!

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A Tale of Tree-mendous Terror!

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 9/19/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
A Tale of Tree-mendous Terror!
Happy Halloween from Bartlett!

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Advancing Your Career in Tree Service and Arboristry

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 7/22/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Advancing Your Career in Tree Service and Arboristry
No matter where we are in our career, we should always been pushing ourselves to achieve the next level. Learning new skills and gaining knowledge should feel like a constant cycle, because never can we know everything. Even in the arborist community- there’s so much to learn. There is always new gear being released, new techniques being discovered, and new certifications to earn. So where do you start?

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Getting the Most Out of Your Team and Career

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 7/8/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Getting the Most Out of Your Team and Career
How do you motivate your team to be their best? How about yourself? We have a few tips in mind.

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Be Prepared for Tree Work During Rainy Days

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 6/17/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Be Prepared for Tree Work During Rainy Days
Gear you need for working tree service in rainy weather.

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Making the Most of a New Hire’s First Days

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 5/22/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Making the Most of a New Hire’s First Days
Having just brought on some new hires, I figured it would be a good idea to talk about some of the things that we try to cover with each of them throughout their first couple days, as well as how to keep them motivated to keep learning and advancing themselves in their new career!

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Choosing Your Tie-In Point for Tree Climbing

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 5/1/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Choosing Your Tie-In Point for Tree Climbing
These are just a couple small things to think about when choosing a tie-in point for climbing trees.

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Tips for Performing a Successful Emergency Aerial Rescue

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 3/25/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
Tips for Performing a Successful Emergency Aerial Rescue
Tips for Performing a Successful Emergency Rescue For Tree Climbers and Arborists

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The Importance of the Pre-Job Safety Briefing

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 3/25/2019 to Tree Climbing Safety
The Importance of the Pre-Job Safety Briefing
The Importance of the Pre-Job Safety Briefing

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Video Guides for Climbs, Aborists, Workers and All

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 2/19/2019 to Tree Climbing Gear
Video Guides for Climbs, Aborists, Workers and All
We wanted to put a bunch of the new videos in one place so that you could easily click through them to learn a bunch!

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Is Hiring a Contract Climber a Good Idea For Your Company?

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 12/27/2018 to Tree Climbing Safety
Is Hiring a Contract Climber a Good Idea For Your Company?
Find out why tree care companies hire contract climbers for extra work.

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Technology for Trees--Tracking, Treating, and Tabulating!

Posted by Professional Tree Climber on 11/27/2018 to Tree Climbing Gear
Technology for Trees--Tracking, Treating, and Tabulating!
Here is a list of some techy websites and apps that we think are really making it easy to learn, become more efficient, as well as track what you are doing with trees!

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