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Found 5 results

  1. Giorgio Marzocchi

    Glasgow based Climber looking for work

    Hi All, I've recently moved to Glasgow and I am looking for some work. I have previous experience working on both railways and power lines. If you have anything available in Glasgow or the surrounding areas, please get in touch on 07752780716. Qualifications/Certifications: Western Power - Contractor Tree Cutting LVOH(t), Contractor Introductory Course - Midlands Grange Safety Services - Manual Handling IPAF- 1b – Mobile Elevating Working Platform Operator LANTRA - Safe Use of a Wood Chipper National Rail - PTS British Railway - Industry Common Induction, OLEC1 Red Cross - Emergency First Aid at work UA1/2.1/2.2/2.3 CS 30/31/32/38/39/40/41 PA1
  2. Unexpectedly have no work next week (23-27th) so looking to fill the time in, but also looking for general part time work . I am based in Lichfield, Staffordshire but can travel anywhere if the money is good enough /digs provided I have about 5 years experience and the following tickets - NPTC- CS30, CS31, CS38, CS39, CS40, 0021-09 - Aerial Tree rigging , 0020-58 Manually fed wood chipper, MEWP IRATA level 1 PTS ICI DCCR/AC CSCS First aid
  3. Lineside Structure Maintenance Ltd

    Chainsaw Operative and Climbers Opportunities

    Having successfully secured several contracts, predominately in the Midlands area, we are seeking suitably qualified and experienced individuals to enhance our workforce. Applicants will be required to work at various locations throughout the country including some Weekends. Chainsaw operatives and Climbers must hold NPTC certificates. PTS (Personal Track Safety) and full Driving Licence are desirable as works are routinely within the Rail environment. Lineside Structure Maintenance Limited are based in Nottingham and have been operating for over 20 years. We are able to offer competitive rates of pay and comprehensive Training and Development. www.lineside.co.uk Please send us your CV to telma.neto@lineside.co.uk
  4. Required for large contract in Scotland - PTS will be necessary but possibility of training for right persons. good rates of pay. full PPE SAWS Equipment and certificates required. send c.v. / email in first instance to contact@treeworkscotland.com or call 07794167589
  5. Hi all, I hope I have come to the right place to post this - and thanks for listening. I'm by no means an arborist but my tree surgeon has suggested that I use this forum to ask for a bit of advice and guidance; any of which would be welcomed and very much appreciated! I live in an old Station Master's house and my back garden runs parallel to the village station platform for about 50 meters. I have about 40-odd very large Leylandii trees bordering the station platform, most of which overhang the platform at height to a greater or lesser extent (picture attached). The rail operator has asked me to address this problem by either removing or reducing the trees, and initially suggested that I use one of their contractors. However, their contractor's price was prohibitively high (over £15k for removal) so I have looked into other options. I have found a great local, reputable alternative who can complete the job for around £5.2k. All good news.. except Network Rail (NR) are now insisting that I cannot complete the job without their involvement due to the proximity of the trees in relation to the platform and tracks. Of course NR are not willing to do this for nothing and they have effectively quoted about £1.5k PER DAY for project management, site safety officers and other "bloatware" etc etc. My tree surgeon has suggested that the job could take around 10 days, so it's easy to see how the NR costs could spiral out of control. I have considered just doing the job without NR's involvement, but they have made it very clear to me that the potential fines and liability if things go wrong are huge. I'm not sure whether this is just a scare tactic, or whether I would actually be liable if trains were delayed/damaged or NR property was damaged. I have also asked for a forward schedule of rail line closures so that I could plan the work for when trains are not running to reduce the risk, but they have declined to provide this information and are unwilling to accept this as a feasible option. I was wondering whether anyone has ever come across a similar situation - specifically dealing with Network Rail - and could advise on my rights as a private landowner or offer any advice on how I could deal with Network Rail? I'm keen to do the right thing but I am a private home owner after all, and have little cash to to burn! I think NR's costs, in comparison to my tree surgeon's costs, are ridiculous and there seems to be a reluctance from NR to consider alternatives. Thanks again all for any advice or guidance you could offer. Graeme

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