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The duly certified professionals at Arbor Operations are capable of handling the tasks assigned to them with the greatest efficiency in the industry

The list below encompasses all qualifications held by our personnel, however the list may vary from the time of enquiry to the actual site as we may need to contract workers who have specific qualifications to fit a particular project.

Arbor Operations Schedule of Qualifications and Certifications



Teams sent out on site are chosen according to the needs of the specific project.  Teams are structured to operate with the following minimum levels of qualifications:



*Some climbers hold electrical competency subject to work allocation. Climbers are prohibited from climbing without a secondary trainee climber familiar with aerial rescue present at all times to avoid any chance the occurrence of untoward incidents.
**All units are structured to include both a climber and a secondary trainee climber for safety reasons. The trainee climber is a part of the Ground Support for the better flow of work.
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