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BS 3998: 2010 – Tree Work - Recommendations

  09/02/2017
Last Updated:  09/02/2017

8 March 2017

9:30–4:30 Visitor Centre, Phoenix Park, Dublin

Members €95 | Non-members €125

Whilst in its 7th year since production, many within the industry still appear to be unfamiliar with the standard and its implications for tree management and tree work operations.

“Knowledge is power”, the opportunity to better understand ‘your’ industry standard will help you stay ahead of the competition and improve your tree work management advice and recommendations.

The day will comprise of:

  • Introduction and Overview
  • Natural Target Pruning
  • Scheduling Tree Works
  • Pruning and Related Works
  • Pruning operations
  • Tree Works Applications
  • AA ARB Approved Contractor Scheme

Refreshments only will be provided. Lunch is available in the courtyard café/restaurant at the visitor centre.

Booking

Please complete the attached/enclosed booking form below and return with payment to reserve your place. If you are a local authority, or have any further queries, please contact Arboricultural Association Irish Branch officers:

Felim Sheridan
087 262 9589
arborist@eircom.net

Roy Goodwin
087 222 5811
roy@goodwin-arborist.com