Ash dieback is not only a very topically subject that is going to have serious implications on the population of Ash trees across the country, but furthermore one of extreme importance to the safety of people in the vicinity of Ash trees.
As a result, we as operators of chainsaws, forestry equipment and other related equipment need to ensure we are doing all we can to not only keep ourselves safe but even more those around us.
Consequently, landowners who have Ash trees on their land consequently have a responsibility to the safety of others.
For that reason, landowers have to put procedures in place to demonstrate they have inspected and noted signs of decay, damage or poor health and concerns are acted upon promptly.
Due to this, we at Lowe Maintenance are offering a one-day session, an indoor morning presentation and discussion, with the afternoon in ash wooded environment discussing site-specific risks of tree pruning, felling considerations and equipment that is available to you.