Mission Statement

 
  • Health and safety to high standards with risk assessments always carried out

 

  • Climbing and lowering equipment LOLER inspected

 

  • Machinery maintained and serviced to a high standard to prolong service life and safe usage, all to PUWER regulations

 

  • Only using 2 stroke oil petrol mix recommended by Stihl for optimum machine performance

 

  • Using biodegradable chain oil made from rapeseed minimising the use of mineral based oil

 

  • Always trying to reduce the environmental impact during the working day by minimising travel

 

  • Only carrying out work that is necessary and not for the sake of it by putting the care of the tree and nature first

 

  • If a tree is felled and removed, encourage to replant and replace

 

  • Reducing the use of woodchippers and creating wildlife habitat brash piles in certain situations such as woodland management, this reduces the use of diesel/petrol and lowers our carbon footprint

 

  • When woodchippers are used, recycle the woodchips for footpaths on nature reserves for one example

 

  • Creating habitats using logs and brash in the correct situations, this provides a highly valuable home for wildlife and biodiversity

 

  • When logs are removed, these are used for fuel as this is classed as carbon neutral

 

  • Environmentally aware and always striving to improve and lesson impact on the environment

                                      

  • Reduce, reuse and recycle

 

  • Only using Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified fencing and timber products

 

  • Continue to strive and to improve environmental awareness at all times

 

  • To get it right first time every time to maximise efficiency and working day enjoyment

 

  • To educate and explain to the public and clients why the work is being carried out

 

  • Strive to work within the current  British Standard for Tree Work BS 3998 Recommendations