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ANSI A300 Lightning Protection Standard
American National Standard for Tree Care Operations - Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Management - Standard Practices (Lightning Protection Systems)
The ANSI standards represent the industry criteria for performing tree care operations. The standards can be used for general familiarity with professional requirements, as well as for preparation of tree care contract specifications.
ANSIA300L
$19.99
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ANSI A300 Management of Trees and Shrubs During Site Planning
American National Standard for Tree Care Operations - Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Management - Standard Practices (Management of Trees and Shrubs During Site Planning, Site Development, and Construction)
The ANSI standards represent the industry criteria for performing tree care operations. The standards can be used for general familiarity with professional requirements, as well as for preparation of tree care contract specifications.
ANSIA300SM
$19.99
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ANSI A300 Planting and Transplanting
The ANSI standards represent the industry criteria for performing tree care operations. The standards can be used for general familiarity with professional requirements, as well as for preparation of tree care contract specifications. Transplanting standard
ANSIA300P
$19.99
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ANSI A300 Pruning Standard
The ANSI standards represent the industry criteria for performing tree care operations. The standards can be used for general familiarity with professional requirements, as well as for preparation of tree care contract specifications.
ANSIA300PR
$19.99
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ANSI A300 Root Management
This part of the A300 Standard seeks to improve the quality, life expectancy, and safety of trees by promoting and facilitating the care of roots.
ANSIA300RM
$19.99
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ANSI Z133-2012 Safety Standard
The American National Standard for Arboricultural Operations - Safety Requirements or ANSI Z133-2017 is developed by the Accredited Standards Committee ASC Z133. It is a comprehensive safety standard written by arborists for the arboriculture profession. It applies to employers and employees engaged in arboricultural operations.

Although compliance with this standard is voluntary Z133 carries the force of law in many instances in the U.S. When OSHA cannot find language in its own standards to guide safe work practices in a particular situation they will typically cite a section of Z133 as what the employer…"should have known or done” to create a safe work environment for its employees.
ANSIZ133
$19.49
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Arb Climber Magazine Issue #11
A new issue of ArbClimber! Cover features a member of Disaster Arborist Response Team working to improve access and make dangerous trees safe in Vanuatu following a devastating cyclone.
ARBCLIMBER11
$3.49
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Arb Climber Magazine Issue #16
Latest issue features great articles on events in 2019, some deep dives into new gear like the Chicane + Zigzag combo, and some critical safety notices – plus lots more!
ARBCLIMBER16
Arb Climber Magazine Issue #17
ARB Climber is back, with great gear writeups and articles on competitions - perfect reading for everyone missing the 2020 comp season! Also includes a writeup by Thomas Schumacher on the 2019 Aerial Rescue Challenge.
ARBCLIMBER17
$3.49
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Certified Arborist Study Guide
Arborists’ Certification Study Guide is a complete study resource, developed for use in preparing for the ISA Certified Arborist exam. The third edition has been expanded to include new and updated information from research and practice. It has 325 full-color images as well as a new chapter.
ARBORISTBOOK
$119.99
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Knots At Work: A Field Guide for the Modern Arborist
Knots at Work by Jeff Jepson is a field guide for the modern arborist. In this 184-page field guide, more than 50 different knots are presented. Both aspects of knot knowledge are given equal time; knot construction (tying the knots) and knot application (using the knots). This information can be quickly grasped because of the lavishly illustrated pages, easy-to-read text and unique cross-reference format. Additionally, because of the book’s compact size it is more likely to be used in the field where needed most.
KNOTSATWORK
$16.99
Temporarily out of stock
Samson Log Impact Force Calculator
The Log Impact Force Calculator from Samson is a great tool for estimating peak loads on your rigging lines. This wheel calculates the peak line tension of Samson ropes utilized in negative rigging operations and compares the calculated result to the working load limit of the specified type of Samson rope.
RIGGINGWHEEL
Samson Splicing Manual
This manual from Samson Rope includes a complete set of splicing and repair instructions for most arborist ropes. These illustrated step-by-step instructions will decrease your learning curve. Includes a full-color Samson rope chart.
996-0062
The Tree Climbers Guide 3rd Edition
Written specifically from the tree climber’s perspective to learn safe climbing and aerial tree work principles, this publication may be used as a basic text for tree climbers as well as a study guide for the ISA Certified Tree Worker/Climber Specialist exam. Each chapter includes a list of key terms and concludes with a workbook section. The chapter topics, enhanced with more than 200 color illustrations, include: Tree Health and Sciences, Safety, Ropes and Knots, Climbing, Pruning, Rigging, Removal, and Cabling. The guide also contains appendices with answers to the workbook questions, a glossary, and resources listed for further reference.
CLIMBERSGUIDE
To Fell A Tree
To Fell a Tree by Jeff Jepson was written for the professional tree cutter as well as the weekend woodcutter. It’s loaded with practical and interesting information which is essential to the safety and success of any tree felling and woodcutting operation, whether it’s in the forest or the backyard. With step-by-step methods and more than 200 illustrations by Bryan Kotwica, it clearly instructs on topics including preparations before the work begins, felling a tree using a three-step procedure, felling difficult trees, and limbing and bucking the tree. Softcover, 160 pages. Copyright 2009.
TFAT
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