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Best Practices for Rigging in Arboriculture

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Best Practices for Rigging in Arboriculture (TCIA Publication)

Rigging is one of the most complicated aspects of tree work making it very difficult to get all the right information condensed into one book. Cognizant of this fact, the TCIA has produced a manual designed to assist arborists to make better educated choices when it comes to rigging. Best Practices for Rigging contains loads of illustrations (by Bryan Kotwica), photographs and diagrams to help facilitate learning. Content for the book is drawn from recognized tree rigging experts like Mark Chisholm, Tom Dunlap and Reg Coates plus many more. Covers everything from hazard tree inspection, rigging methods, equipment, forces and friction to crew safety and much more. A vital text for every arborists library.

Additional Features:

  • Wire-O-Bound for lie-flat reading – quick and convenient
  • Over 90 pages of technical rigging information
  • Directing an Effective Tree Rigging Operation
  • Tree Risk Assessment
  • Tree Weight and Strength Assessment
  • Rigging System Components
  • Forces and Friction Management
  • Approaches to Safe Rigging
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