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  1. Scotland Branch presents Twin Line Working Workshop The Arboricultural Association Scotland Branch presents: Twin Line Working Workshop Polkemmet Country Park, Whitburn, Bathgate EH47 0AD. 23rd of October 2021 Demonstrators: Alan McDowell, Matt Cooper This workshop will be looking at the questions which arise from the requirement for twin line working, as driven by the work at height regulations and enforced by the HSE. We will be looking at how twin-line accessing and working can be applied in a practical way. The day will look at three areas, MRT (Moving rope technique), SRT (Single rope technique) and working on a pole. The MRT station will looking at access, change overs and moving around the canopy and work positioning. The SRT station looking at access, change overs and moving around the canopy and work positioning. The Pole station will be looking at moving up a pole and change-overs. The event will run from 10am to 3pm and includes tea/coffee on arrival and a light lunch. Cost £10 per head for AA members and £15 per head for non-members. Book Here
  2. Scotland Branch presents Twin Line Working Workshop The Arboricultural Association Scotland Branch presents: Twin Line Working Workshop Polkemmet Country Park, Whitburn, Bathgate EH47 0AD. 23rd of October 2021 Demonstrators: Alan McDowell, Matt Cooper This workshop will be looking at the questions which arise from the requirement for twin line working, as driven by the work at height regulations and enforced by the HSE. We will be looking at how twin-line accessing and working can be applied in a practical way. The day will look at three areas, MRT (Moving rope technique), SRT (Single rope technique) and working on a pole. The MRT station will looking at access, change overs and moving around the canopy and work positioning. The SRT station looking at access, change overs and moving around the canopy and work positioning. The Pole station will be looking at moving up a pole and change-overs. The event will run from 10am to 3pm and includes tea/coffee on arrival and a light lunch. Cost £10 per head for AA members and £15 per head for non-members. Book Here
  3. Technical Guide 3 – Rigging and Dismantling: Industry Consultation launched We want your feedback Closing date: 14th October 2021 Consultation Survey View TG3 Draft The Association is launching an Industry Consultation on Technical Guide 3: Rigging and Dismantling, which will run for four weeks. This is the final guide in the suite of five technical guides, following the publication of TG1, TG2, TG4, and TG5 last year. The development of TG3 has involved many individuals in the industry and draws on the HSE-Commissioned ‘Rigging Research’ to provide an accessible, practical and technically informative guide to the planning and implementation of rigging techniques in tree work. The guide is very well illustrated with many drawings, photos, graphs and diagrams, to help managers, supervisors and arborists carry out safe and effective rigging and dismantling, working within calculated safe working parameters and peak load limits. Please download links to the consultation draft and a simple ‘survey monkey’ questionnaire to provide your feedback. Please note all survey responses must be received by 14th October 2021. Consultation Survey View TG3 Draft
  4. Technical Guide 3 – Rigging and Dismantling: Industry Consultation launched We want your feedback Closing date: 14th October 2021 Consultation Survey View TG3 Draft The Association is launching an Industry Consultation on Technical Guide 3: Rigging and Dismantling, which will run for four weeks. This is the final guide in the suite of five technical guides, following the publication of TG1, TG2, TG4, and TG5 last year. The development of TG3 has involved many individuals in the industry and draws on the HSE-Commissioned ‘Rigging Research’ to provide an accessible, practical and technically informative guide to the planning and implementation of rigging techniques in tree work. The guide is very well illustrated with many drawings, photos, graphs and diagrams, to help managers, supervisors and arborists carry out safe and effective rigging and dismantling, working within calculated safe working parameters and peak load limits. Please download links to the consultation draft and a simple ‘survey monkey’ questionnaire to provide your feedback. Please note all survey responses must be received by 14th October 2021. Consultation Survey View TG3 Draft
  5. Technical Guide 3 – Rigging and Dismantling: Industry Consultation launched We want your feedback Closing date: 14th October 2021 Consultation Survey View TG3 Draft The Association is launching an Industry Consultation on Technical Guide 3: Rigging and Dismantling, which will run for four weeks. This is the final guide in the suite of five technical guides, following the publication of TG1, TG2, TG4, and TG5 last year. The development of TG3 has involved many individuals in the industry and draws on the HSE-Commissioned ‘Rigging Research’ to provide an accessible, practical and technically informative guide to the planning and implementation of rigging techniques in tree work. The guide is very well illustrated with many drawings, photos, graphs and diagrams, to help managers, supervisors and arborists carry out safe and effective rigging and dismantling, working within calculated safe working parameters and peak load limits. Please download links to the consultation draft and a simple ‘survey monkey’ questionnaire to provide your feedback. Please note all survey responses must be received by 14th October 2021. Consultation Survey View TG3 Draft
  6. Trees & Society: Online Last Chance to Book Monday 6 – Tuesday 7 September Watch Live or On-Demand The must-see event for anyone who works with, or is interested in, amenity trees. The theme of Conference 2021 is Trees and Society, and seeks to explore this relationship in more depth through four sessions over two days. Expert speakers from around the globe will shed light on the role trees can play in our future. From social benefits, innovation & infrastructure, to our health and wellbeing. Presenting ground-breaking sessions amounting to over 16 hours of unmissable CPD. Speakers > ‌ Programme and Bookings > ‌ Book > The UK’s biggest arboriculture conference is moving online for this year only. Our speaker sessions for the conference will be presented under 4 different themes: Technology, innovation and infrastructure The social benefits and perceptions of trees Trees, health and wellbeing Trees, people, community and culture Conference Session Spotlights You can get ready for the conference with in depth previews of each speaker. Session Previews >
  7. Trees & Society: Online Last Chance to Book Monday 6 – Tuesday 7 September Watch Live or On-Demand The must-see event for anyone who works with, or is interested in, amenity trees. The theme of Conference 2021 is Trees and Society, and seeks to explore this relationship in more depth through four sessions over two days. Expert speakers from around the globe will shed light on the role trees can play in our future. From social benefits, innovation & infrastructure, to our health and wellbeing. Presenting ground-breaking sessions amounting to over 16 hours of unmissable CPD. Speakers > ‌ Programme and Bookings > ‌ Book > The UK’s biggest arboriculture conference is moving online for this year only. Our speaker sessions for the conference will be presented under 4 different themes: Technology, innovation and infrastructure The social benefits and perceptions of trees Trees, health and wellbeing Trees, people, community and culture Conference Session Spotlights You can get ready for the conference with in depth previews of each speaker. Session Previews > Speakers > ‌ Programme and Bookings > ‌
  8. Book Now View Speakers Conference Programme Expert speakers from around the globe shed light on the role trees can play in our future. From social benefits, innovation & infrastructure, to our health and wellbeing. Presenting ground-breaking sessions on the social benefits and perceptions of trees. You can book your place now for this 2-day extravaganza of remarkable speakers from around the world, along with some exciting new features for an event that delivers the perfect mixture of education, networking and knowledge sharing. This special online pricing and access is in place for this year only, so make sure you don’t miss out. We are also looking at organising smaller regional face-to-face events linked to the conference, details will be available soon. Public awareness of trees and their benefits is increasing with each day, and they are now higher on the political agenda than ever before. ‘Trees & Society’ comes at an important time in the history of our industry and represents a fantastic opportunity to define the critical role of arboriculture in managing and shaping the future treescape. https://www.trees.org.uk/Amenity-Conference Tickets Now Available AA members: £150 Non-members: £195 Includes Access to recordings 13 International Speakers New Online Platform Trees & Society Conference themes Our speaker sessions for the conference will be presented under 4 different themes: Technology, innovation and infrastructure The social benefits and perceptions of trees Trees, health and wellbeing Trees, people, community and culture
  9. Book Now View Speakers Conference Programme Expert speakers from around the globe shed light on the role trees can play in our future. From social benefits, innovation & infrastructure, to our health and wellbeing. Presenting ground-breaking sessions on the social benefits and perceptions of trees. You can book your place now for this 2-day extravaganza of remarkable speakers from around the world, along with some exciting new features for an event that delivers the perfect mixture of education, networking and knowledge sharing. This special online pricing and access is in place for this year only, so make sure you don’t miss out. We are also looking at organising smaller regional face-to-face events linked to the conference, details will be available soon. Public awareness of trees and their benefits is increasing with each day, and they are now higher on the political agenda than ever before. ‘Trees & Society’ comes at an important time in the history of our industry and represents a fantastic opportunity to define the critical role of arboriculture in managing and shaping the future treescape. https://www.trees.org.uk/Amenity-Conference Tickets Now Available AA members: £150 Non-members: £195 Includes Access to recordings 13 International Speakers New Online Platform Trees & Society Conference themes Our speaker sessions for the conference will be presented under 4 different themes: Technology, innovation and infrastructure The social benefits and perceptions of trees Trees, health and wellbeing Trees, people, community and culture
  10. Why hedge trees and hedgerows matter With The Tree Council Live at 6pm on Sunday Register Here Presented by Jon Stokes, Director of Trees, Science & Research at The Tree Council. Hedgerows are an undervalued resource that are in danger of being lost from our towns and cities. They are important for biodiversity and provide a range of benefits to people. Today, we need them as wildlife corridors and because of the large numbers of animals from song birds to pollinating insects that they support.
  11. Why hedge trees and hedgerows matter With The Tree Council Live at 6pm on Sunday Register Here Presented by Jon Stokes, Director of Trees, Science & Research at The Tree Council. Hedgerows are an undervalued resource that are in danger of being lost from our towns and cities. They are important for biodiversity and provide a range of benefits to people. Today, we need them as wildlife corridors and because of the large numbers of animals from song birds to pollinating insects that they support.
  12. Why hedge trees and hedgerows matter With The Tree Council Live at 6pm on Sunday Register Here Presented by Jon Stokes, Director of Trees, Science & Research at The Tree Council. Hedgerows are an undervalued resource that are in danger of being lost from our towns and cities. They are important for biodiversity and provide a range of benefits to people. Today, we need them as wildlife corridors and because of the large numbers of animals from song birds to pollinating insects that they support.
  13. Don't forget you can register FREE for this evenings' special live Virtual ARB Show webinar Petzl Tree Care Product Updates'. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_llC9puxxTpyoK1thHQ0fAg
  14. Don't forget you can register FREE for this evenings' special live Virtual ARB Show webinar Petzl Tree Care Product Updates'. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_llC9puxxTpyoK1thHQ0fAg
  15. Don't forget you can register FREE for this evenings' special live Virtual ARB Show webinar Petzl Tree Care Product Updates'. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_llC9puxxTpyoK1thHQ0fAg

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