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I'm interested in becoming a Loler inspector for arb equipment. Before I undertake this i would like to know what insurance is required for inspectors and typical costs? Is the insurance part of a general arb/business insurance or separate policy? Obviously equipment can deteriorate significantly between inspections. Does anybody know of any claims made against an inspector when an inspected piece of equipment has failed and the implications? TIA David
Senior Arboricultural Consultant. Beechwood Trees and Landscapes Ltd are Arboricultural Contractor based in the Midlands. Established since 1998. We are currently growing the consultancy area of the business. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is keen to progress in their career. The role: Supporting our Principal Consultant, the successful candidate will be responsible for: •Undertaking tree surveys to the requirements of BS5837:2012. •Complete tree health surveys and inspections. •Work with and on behalf of our clients with regards to tree protection. •Prepare specifications for Arboricultural works, followed by the supervision of contractors. •Assist our marketing/sales team to successfully gain new clients, and prepare quotations and proposals. The person: Must be self-motivated, organised with a desire to progress in our business and the industry. •FdSc Arb, BSc or PDArb in Arboriculture or equivalent professional qualification. •LANTRA Professional Tree Inspector Certificate (desirable). •Membership of a relevant professional body such as ICF, RICS, Arboricultural Association. •Full driving license. •Ability to use existing and learn new software, including GPS, CAD. •Experience in decay detection devices and air spade. Remuneration: Starting Salary £25-30Kpa Potential for promotion within the company. Training and personal development plan. Please forward CV and covering letter to: email@example.com Closing date for applications: 30th November 2017