Working as a tree care employee or an arborist can be challenging and demanding work. Though rewarding, there are risks involved while on the job. An average day can include cutting down a large, dangerous tree in Belle Meade or working on an emergency situation from a storm in Madison. Whatever the case, the Parke Company does their best to make sure Nashvillians receive the best tree service in Middle Tennessee, while still upholding high safety standards for their employees. The team at the Parke Company incorporates extensive training, supportive teamwork, and safety assessments for Parke Company employees.
Training — Just like any job, training is important for this role. But unlike some jobs, training is crucial for tree service. As an arborist, there are many risks and important details to adhere to. Sometimes trees need special treatment, especially when they risk falling down or getting certain diseases. Having the proper training for tree care is a great way to understand safety precautions.
Teamwork — At the Parke Company, we are family. Landscape and tree services are completed in teams. Not only does this ensure the job is done efficiently and correctly, but it also encourages things to be done safely. With the help of fellow arborists, you can cut down trees with ease.
Safety Assessment — This is crucial for a tree care job, especially one that requires employees climbing or cutting trees down. The Parke Company assesses all jobs to make sure their employees are out of harm’s way.
We take employee safety seriously. From training, teamwork and safety assessment, we have our tree service employees covered. Interested in becoming part of our team? (hyperlink) The Parke Company is always looking for hard-working and dependable workers in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area. For more information about the Parke Company’s open positions, visit our page here. Want to know more info about becoming an arborist? Visit the International Society of Arboriculture here.