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June 22, 2019

Aerial Rescue Training

Dayton, OH

When:  Saturday June 22, 2019
Cost:  Free

Please RSVP by emailing david@treecareinc.com .

Location:
Tree Care Inc.
1065 Springfield St
Dayton, OH. 45403

Objective:
The most common reason for double fatalities in our industry is failed aerial rescue attempts. This training will teach you how to react and effectively rescue someone who has been injured at height.

This training is for people of all experience levels. The purpose of this training is to have fun and leave with improved aerial rescue skills. This class isn’t a test or a competition, but rather a chance to learn and collaborate with other industry professionals.

This training will meet the aerial rescue training requirements mandated by ANZI Z133.1 and OSHA. It will focus on both climbing rescue and rescue from an aerial lift.

Agenda:
Classroom and hands-on field training will be provided by training professionals, experienced arborist, and local first responder- in a collaborative effort to ensure attendees are exposed to valuable life-saving knowledge and know how.

7:45 - Arrive and enjoy light breakfast / coffee
8:00-11:00- Classroom aerial rescue training and discussion. - Evan Beck, CTSP
11:00-12:00- Catered lunch and open discussion about aerial rescue experiences. - Even Beck, CTSP / Adrian Wilson CTSP / David Meurer CTSP
12:30-5:30 Hands on aerial rescue training at Eastwood Metro Park. - Even Beck / Adrian Wilson, CTSP / David Meurer CTSP
6:00-??? Bring your significant other and enjoy complimentary dinner and drinks at Mud Lick Tavern.

Materials & Resources
TCIA Academy for “Aerial Rescue”

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2019-06-22 2019-06-22 America/Detroit Aerial Rescue Training When:  Saturday June 22, 2019Cost:  Free Please RSVP by emailing david@treecareinc.com . Location:Tree Care Inc.1065 Springfield StDayton, OH. 45403 Objective:The most common reason for double fatalities in our industry is failed aerial rescue attempts. This training will teach you how to react and effectively rescue someone who has been injured at height. This training is for people of all experience levels. The purpose of this training is to have fun and leave with improved aerial rescue skills. This class isn’t a test or a competition, but rather a chance to learn and collaborate with other industry professionals. This training will meet the aerial rescue training requirements mandated by ANZI Z133.1 and OSHA. It will focus on both climbing rescue and rescue from an aerial lift. Agenda:Classroom and hands-on field training will be provided by training professionals, experienced arborist, and local first responder- in a collaborative effort to ensure attendees are exposed to valuable life-saving knowledge and know how.7:45 - Arrive and enjoy light breakfast / coffee8:00-11:00- Classroom aerial rescue training and discussion. - Evan Beck, CTSP11:00-12:00- Catered lunch and open discussion about aerial rescue experiences. - Even Beck, CTSP / Adrian Wilson CTSP / David Meurer CTSP12:30-5:30 Hands on aerial rescue training at Eastwood Metro Park. - Even Beck / Adrian Wilson, CTSP / David Meurer CTSP6:00-??? Bring your significant other and enjoy complimentary dinner and drinks at Mud Lick Tavern. Materials & ResourcesTCIA Academy for “Aerial Rescue” Dayton, OH