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As part of our ongoing attempts to ensuring all our Enviro Frontier work is conducted to current best practices, we are currently undergoing random work site safety audits.
It is within everybody’s best interests to make sure all of our sites are as clear and as safe as possible. You are required to complete a Site Hazard Safety assessment before commencing works on all Enviro Frontier Sites.
If you would like to discuss further tips on how to maintain site safety please don’t hesitate to contact Enviro Frontier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click button below to read more on a case study from New Zealand where a qualified arborist fails to correctly complete work site hazard forms and precautionary measures, which leads to potentially tragic circumstances. (See article: Industry News, Incident Case Review from NZArb)
Why do some Tree Partners get more work than others? This often comes down to our best TP’s providing and updating their compliance documents. NO TP’s
will receive work if they are not compliant.
Here’s what you need to ensure that you are compliant and giving yourself the best chance to receive work:
Once we have your compliance documents, a few hints where TP’s fall short that will help improve your KPI’s are:
Envirofrontier are currently going through the final stages of Site Wise compliance and accreditation and other relevant procedures to commence works within NZ. It has been a long process Envirofrontier is committed to in making sure we have value add for all of our clients in New Zealand. We appreciate all the co-operation and patience from our current NZ tree partners and look forward to commencement within the coming weeks.