Guide to Managing Risks of Tree Trimming and Removal Work
Released by Safe Work Australia August 2016
Hazard identification checklist - Workplace Health & Safety
In light of recent accidents. Please see the Hazard identification checklist from the Workplace Health & Safety Queensland website.
Why Hire a Qualified Arborist
What can a Qualified Arborist do for you?
The Cost of Lopping
QAA Publication outlining the detrimental effects of lopping trees: a great handout for the general public.
Storm Season Brochure
This brochure was put together with the help of Energex.
Neighbourhood Disputes Resolution Act 2011
Here is the PDF of the Act in its entirety: Essential reading for the industry professional in Queensland. Chapter 3 is "Trees".
Minimum Requirements for Arborists Reports
Arising from the QAA's recent Report Writing 101 workshop: Here are the basic requirements for an Arborist Report (based upon local government feedback and input).
Key to the Wattles of Greater Brisbane
Key to Eucalypts of Greater Brisbane
Invaluable, free resource.
A Field Guide to Pests Diseases and Nutritional Disorders in Subtropical Hardwoods.
Myrtle Rust Everyday Management
Useful, practical info sheet from the NSW DPI.
Why Cocos Palms are a pest!
Not only are Cocos Palms (Syagrus romanzoffiana) a dirty, messy, unsightly, highly invasive environmental weed: they are also decimating our native flying foxes.
New: Work Health and Safety Act 2011
Download the new Act here.
Ancient Tree Guide
Trees for the Future
Soil & Tree Health
Valuable information from the QAA's most recent workshop!
Nature Conservation Act 1992
This applies to us all...Read and digest.
Pruning for Habitat Workshop
With thanks to our Victorian cousins the Victorian Tree Industry Organisation (VTIO), here is their excellent PDF on habitat creation/pruning.
Excellent, easily applicable information that we can all utilise.
Great work guys!
Phellinus noxious is a pathogenic root rotting fungus. Here is the latest DEEDI Info sheet
Extremely valuable information from the Queensland Mycological Society: Know your Ganoderma!