October 16 @ 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
When a tree worker is injured or incapacitated aloft, typically fellow crew members are the first to respond. An emergency could develop at any time, and tree care professionals must know how to react.
TCIA’s Aerial Rescue Training Program helps protect your workers and meet the aerial rescue training requirements mandated by ANSI Z133.1 and OSHA.
This certificate program is designed to be used in combination with on-the-job training and practice, so that crews have the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate an emergency situation and potentially rescue an injured tree worker.
Registration starts at 8:00am. Class to begin at 8:30am and be completed by 3:30pm.
Instructors: Eric Freesmeyer, Gary Kohler
Capacity: 30 Beginners/12 Advanced
- Beginner student = person that has not completed TCIA Aerial Rescue Training Program. They will receive a workbook with quiz to become certified.
- Beginning students should bring helmets, safety glasses, and lawn chairs.
- Advanced student = person that has proof of TCIA Aerial Rescue Training Program completion or has participated in the TCC. They will be encouraged to take part in rescue scenarios using their own gear (if it passes inspection). If you need a workbook to become certified, please contact Ryan Rodefer ASAP (contact info below).
- Advanced students should bring their typical climbing gear, PPE, and lawn chairs.
Registration Deadline: October 13, 2021
6.5 ISA and TCIA CTSP CEUs available.
ENSA COVID-19 Protocols:
- Upon arrival ring doorbell, answer questions and have your temperature checked.
- Maintain 6’ distance from others and while indoors a mask shall be worn at all times.
- Individually wrapped sub sandwiches will be provided for lunch. Please bring your own water bottle.
- Other protocols to be shared once entering ENSA
- Contact Ryan Rodefer at firstname.lastname@example.org