Safety is our top priority for any tree service we perform. Did you know that Iron Tree Service has fifteen team members on staff who are Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) tree care safety certified professionals?
TCIA Accreditation is a third-party consumer confidence verification program administered by the TCIA – America’s oldest and most respected tree-care trade association. Accreditation helps consumers identify qualified tree care companies who conduct business in a safe, legal and ethical manner.
Iron Tree Service also complies with the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) Z133 Safety Requirements for Arboricultural Operations. Often referred to as the Z133 Safety Standard, these are the accepted safety standards for the tree care industry. They provide the current criteria for arborists and other workers engaged in tree care practices.
Additionally, Iron Tree Service requires all of our crew members to complete the Electrical Hazard Awareness Program (EHAP), in accordance with the OSHA 1910.269 safety standard. In short, this means that every member of our on-site teams knows how to recognize and avoid common electrical hazards, for their safety, and yours.
And finally, we take pride in making sure all of our crew members are first aid and CPR certified.