Qualified Loler Inspections and Arboricultural Training

Loler kit inspections for Arboriculture

All Arboricultural equipment requires inspecting every six months (or 12 for rigging) by a competent qualified assessor. Assessments can be carried out on site or at the company yard. Prices start at approximately £40 per kit (depending on how much kit) or £60 if never inspected before. This involves all forms of tree climbing equipment, from climbing PPE to rigging and lowering devices. Arboricultural documentation from risk assessments to method statements can also be advised.

Training and Assessment

Training for tree work in Lancashire to a high quality, (LANTRA instructor since 2001).  I have built up a thorough knowledge and skills in how to organise safe and intuitive courses. During this time I competed my Certificate in Education, Arb Association Risk Assessment courses, LOLER Assessor and many update courses. Confident and quality courses are offered at a competitive price.

All forestry and Arboricultural units can be trained and assessed.  For example Wood chippers, stump grinders, Chainsaw maintenance and crosscutting.  In addition small and larger tree felling, Tree climbing, Chainsaw from rope and harness, Chainsaw from MEWP, Tree dismantling, crown reductions and speed lining are all available.

Venues can either be provided or if you have your own site then travelling isn't a problem.

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Our Services

BS5837:2012 Trees in Relation to Design, Demolition and Construction

Building an extension or have a new building development in close proximity to trees? Please call us to for some free, initial advice.

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Drone Surveying

Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV’s) are quickly becoming a useful cost effective tool in Arboriculture.

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Advanced Decay Detection

Trees naturally become hollow, so ascertaining their integral strength is required with decay detection equipment.

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Loler Inspections, Training and Assessment

Loler to comply with current legislation, climbing equipment used for arboricultural proposes needs to be inspected every 6 months by an independent and competent person qualified to NPTC standards.

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