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Jobsite briefings should include severe weather safety

Severe weather can pop up quickly, especially in the hot and humid summer months. If you live in a region that is prone to lightning strikes, tornadoes, hurricanes or extreme temperatures, you should make a severe weather plan and review it during each jobsite safety meeting.

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From Those Who Know: Treemasters Tree Service

Redwood, Monterey pine, eucalyptus… the Treemasters team in California has been taking on big tree projects with confidence for nearly 30 years. Tad Jacobs shares his secret as part of the Vermeer From Those Who Know series.

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From Those Who Know: Treemasters Tree Service

VIDEO: From Those Who Know: Paloma Blanca Enterprises Inc.

When clearing an archaeologically sensitive area, tree care companies want to minimize environmental impact. That’s why the crews at Paloma Blanca Enterprises Inc., in San Antonio, turn to Vermeer brush chippers. Watch the video to hear more from president Will Wood as part of the Vermeer From Those Who Know series.

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Starting the conversation

People turn to sites like Yelp and Google when researching a business because they are free to use and provide peer reviews people may count on as a valuable tool in their decision process. It’s apparent online reviews are growing in importance and relevancy — owning your online reputation is crucial to reputation and success of your business.

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Tips to ask tree care customers to write an online review

4 steps to creating a safer, more efficient jobsite

The best way to make sure the whole crew is on the same page is to conduct a jobsite briefing before the work begins. The entire team should participate in the jobsite walkaround led by the crew supervisor. Use the acronym H.O.P.E. to cover the four basic steps of the jobsite briefing.

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