The ANSI (American National Standards Institute) A300 standards represent the industry consensus on performing tree care operations. They have been prepared by professionals in the industry and can be used to improve company efficiency and to prepare tree care contract specifications. Easy to read and implement. The Z133 standards are the accepted industry safety standards for tree care work, and are essential to read and implement to run a safe tree care business. In Addition to the ANSI standards, WesSpur stocks the Best Management Practices guides, which are designed as companions for the ANSI standards to help tree care company owners with effective application of the standards.
The ANSI Safety Requirements for Arboricultural Operations have been updated in 2012 with input from industry professionals. The expanded safety requirements have been updated in many areas, including Working Load Limits clarifications, crane use, and more. The ANSI Z133-2012 requirements cover General Safety, Electrical Hazard, Use of Vehicles and Mobile Equipment, Portable Power Hand Tools, Hand Tools and Ladders, and Work Procedures and also includes glossary, log weight chart, aerial rescue workflow, and other useful appendices.
84 pages, softcover, pre-punched for 3-ring binder.
The ANSI A330 standards are separated into different sections, each of which covers a different area of tree care. The companion Best Management Practices volumes are available below. Each standard is hole punched to fit into a 3 ring binder. These are the accepted tree care industry standard practices and represent industry consensus on best practices.
How-to companions for the ANSI A300 standards which contain useful and easy-to-use information on the best practices for implementing the ANSI A300 standards for Arboriculture. Use these manuals to help keep your tree business up to date with the current best practices in arboriculture.