Basic Tree Inspection

Who is the Course For?
Any persons employed as local authority highway inspectors, forestry, woodland or arboricultural employees, estate or park rangers, farmers and other landowners or their employees who may have a responsibility for trees in the course of their work. Additionally, this course may be useful for those who work with trees in a voluntary capacity.

Course Objectives
State the legal and safety implications of hazardous trees
Maintain your own health and safety while carrying out Basic Tree Survey and Inspection
Recognise hazardous trees
Determine level of risk
Decide on an appropriate course of action
Collect and maintain adequate information
Recognize your own limitationsWho is the course for?
Anyone required the use a pedestrian mower as part of their work.  This would include novices and experienced operators who require certification or their skills updating.

Course Content:
Risk Assessment
Legal Framework
Tree Surveys
Tree Inspections
Tree Hazard Assessment
Determining the scope and limits of the survey
Parks, gardens, woodland
Hazardous trees
Methodology – what to look for
Recording pro-formas
Survey/inspection exercise

Duration: 1 day

Maximum delegates: 14

For course details and costs, please contact:-

Jill Salt
Tel:       01926 495024 / 07754 039214

Julie Gibson
Tel:      07715 311657