This is a two-day workshop based off the newly released Minimum Industry Standards (MIS) booklets produced by Arboriculture Australia. This workshop will cover Techniques for Rescuing Stuck or Injured Climbers.

All attendees will be supplied their own copy of the MIS booklet – MIS304 (AERIAL RESCUE – Techniques for Rescuing Stuck or injured climbers.)

 

DAY ONE – Tuesday 8th September 2020

PLANNING FOR AERIAL RESCUE

  • Accident Prevention
  • Preparing for Aerial Rescue
  • Rescue ready climbing techniques

 

RESPONDING TO AN AERIAL EMERGENCY

DAY TWO – Wednesday 9th September 2020

SPECIFIC RESCUE SCENARIOS AND TECHNIQUES

  • Ground Based Rescue
  • Pole-top Rescue
  • Complex rescue scenario: lifting or moving a casualty
  • Casualty injuries
  • Incident documentation

PRESENTER
Henk Morgans is a world-renowned tree climber who specialises in technical tree work and is a Trainer Assessor.

As the co-founder of the Australian Institute of Arboriculture (AIA) and Evergreen Tree Care, his cutting-edge technical skills are both simple and highly effective mixed

with his ability to relate and present knowledge that is relevant and useful.
 
Henk has worked and climbed alongside some of the top climbers and Arborists from around the world. This has allowed great exposure to the mix of practical skills
and theoretical knowledge to back up these fundamental skills and techniques. Henk has also had the privilege of working with several large manufacturers to design and test equipment.
 
Henk has presented workshops all around the world, as well as competed at State, National and International level Tree Climbing Championships.

COURSE COST: 

2 Day Course:
QUALIFIED MEMBER$376.00
GENERAL MEMBER$406.00
NON MEMBER$436.00
 
 
Full Course – 6 Days Covering MIS303, MIS304 & MIS305
QUALIFIED MEMBER$1000.00 ($128 savings)
GENERAL MEMBER $1100.00 ($118 savings)
NON MEMBER$1200.00 ($108 savings)
 
Prices include GST
Morning tea, Lunch, Afternoon tea and refreshments provided
All participants will receive their own copy of the MIS304 booklet