Safety First

palm-tree-surgery-perthIn our industry safety is a high priority. We first and foremost have the public in mind on each of our jobs. We take every precaution necessary using the appropriate warning signs to prevent avoidable accidents.

We also take pride in the training we provide all of our team members when it comes to operating machinery in the correct manner, safely. Aside from being trained in First Aid, each of our staff are trained and work in accordance with the applicable Australian Standards.

List Of Australian Standards That We Work To

AS 2727 – 1997 Chainsaws – Guide to safe working practices
AS 2726.1 – 2004 Chainsaws – Safety requirements – Chainsaws for general use
AS 2726.2 – 2004 Chainsaws – Safety requirements – Chainsaws for tree service
AS 2550.10 – 1994 Cherry Pickers – Safe use – Elevating work platforms
AS 1418.10(Int) – 2004 Cherry Pickers, hoists and winches – Elevating work platforms
AS/NZS 1891.1: 2007 Industrial fall-arrest systems and devices – Harnesses and ancillary
equipment
AS/NZS 1891:1997 Occupational protective helmets
AS/NZS 1270:2002 Acoustics – Hearing protectors
AS/NZS 1337:1992 Eye protectors for industrial applications
AS/NZS 2210.1:1994 Occupational protective footwear – Guide to selection, care and use
AS/NZS 4453.3:1997 Protective clothing for users of hand-held chainsaws – Protective
legwear
AS/NZS 4602:1999 High visibility safety garments
AS 4373:1996 Pruning of amenity trees