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An Arborist is a professional who specializes in the cultivation, management & care of trees. Also known as arboriculturists or tree surgeons. Arborists possess expertise in tree biology, identification, planting, maintenance & removal. They provide professional advice and services related to tree health, safety & preservation. Arborists are skilled in assessing the condition of trees, diagnosing diseases or pests, implementing pruning or trimming techniques and conducting tree removal operations when necessary. Their goal is to ensure the well-being, vitality & longevity of trees in various environments, including urban areas, parks, forests, and residential landscapes.

Industries: Building Construction, Civil Infrastructure

Areas we service: Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory, Tasmania, Western Australia

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Tickets and Qualifications

Certificate III in Arboriculture Diploma of Arboriculture

The tickets listed are for reference only. The worker might hold other tickets which are not listed above.

Position Description

Arborists play a crucial role in tree care and maintenance. They evaluate tree health, diagnose diseases and create treatment plans. Pruning and trimming trees to encourage growth & eliminate hazards are among their tasks. Arborists also assist in choosing the right tree species for various environments to ensure proper planting. When required, they safely remove trees, following local regulations and minimizing damage to the surroundings. Arborists conduct tree risk assessments

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Tree Care & Maintenance – Arborists are responsible for the overall health & wellbeing of trees. They assess tree conditions, diagnose diseases or pests, and develop treatment plans. This includes pruning or trimming trees to promote proper growth, improve structure, & remove hazardous or dead branches.

Tree Planting – Arborists assist in selecting appropriate tree species for specific environments and planting them correctly. They consider factors such as soil conditions, sunlight exposure, & Space requirements to ensure successful tree establishment.

Tree Removal – When necessary, arborists perform tree removals. They safely and efficiently cut down trees, often using specialized equipment like chainsaws and rigging systems. Arborists ensure that tree removal is done with minimal impact on the surrounding area and in compliance with local regulations.

Tree Risk Assessment – Arborists assess the safety and stability of trees, particularly in urban areas. They identify potential risks such as weak branches, decay, or structural issues that could pose a threat to property of people. Arborists provide recommendations for mitigating risks, such as pruning, cabling, or tree removal.

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