Nancy, you are so responsive and so very nice! Thank you! Your management has, as well, bent over backwards to accommodate me, so you should know If you don’t already, that you work for a very good company. Again, Thanks! ”- Jim A.
Want you to know you have a fine employee in Nelson. He arrived at the agreed time, properly introduced himself & explained the benefits of the procedures. Friendly, courteous & very knowledgeable in his work. Truly a valued employee. ”- Sam M.
Safety Never Takes a Holiday at Preservation Tree
Preservation Tree recognizes the vital importance of safety on the job. We promote safety for the benefit of our team members, our clients, and the general public. One way we accomplish this is through the concerted efforts of our professional Safety Training Coordinator, Daniel Cottier.
Daniel provides up-to-date safety training and recommendations to ensure our crews operate within industry-approved safety standards while improving their production efficiency. This means safe, cost effective service for our clients. Preservation believes that professional tree care begins and ends with safety: it’s our Number One goal.
Recently, Daniel conducted a Level 1 Field Safety Check List Review with Leo Sanchez and his crew members in order to continue to reinforce key safety protocol covered during weekly internal safety meetings. This particular field safety review was held prior to the start of a week-long center median pruning project along Coit Road for the City of Plano.
Daniel also promotes this approach to safety through external education and outreach opportunities. He recently provided aspiring Certified Arborists with required safety information during an International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist Preparatory Course held in Fort Worth.. He shared the necessary details on Tree Worker Safety, as well as Climbing and Working in Trees, to a group of “soon-to-be” professional arborists. Encouraging new arborists to focus on safety benefits the entire profession.