New, Updated Brochures Now Available
Public information brochures, developed by the UAA to help the utility arborist educate consumers, are now available. The new versions have been reviewed and redesigned by the UAA Education Committee.
The brochures are
- Technically accurate
- Developed by working utility arborists
- Reviewed by utility customers
- Easy to understand
Safety Requirements for the Tree Care Profession
This brochure contains life-saving information for property owners and for tree care workers who perform work near electrical facilities. The brochure pdf can be customized in Adobe Acrobat with your business contact information.
Download the brochure: Safety Requirements for the Tree Care Profession
The Utility Specialist Certification Study Guide by Randall H. Miller and Geoffrey Kempter
This greatly expanded edition of the study guide for ISA’s Certified Arborist Utility Specialist certification exam preparation is an essential text for professionals in the field of utility arboriculture.
The Utility Specialist Certification Study Guide is based on scientific research and proven best practices. This book provides utility arborists and foresters with the information necessary to navigate the complexities of today’s vegetation management industry.
It covers the latest methods and techniques in the areas of safety, program and personnel management, utility pruning, integrated vegetation management, electrical knowledge, storm preparation and response, and communications.
(©2018, softcover, 276 pp., full-color illustrations and photos, glossary, index)
- Item #:P1560
- Member Price:$89.95(US Dollars)
- Non-member Price:$114.95(US Dollars)
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