Quick Cards. OSHA and the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) Alliance, (2008, July).
Lyme Disease. Addresses prevention of tick bites and identification of Lyme disease.
Chipper Winch. Addresses the potential hazards and safe work practices regarding operating chipper winches.
Dump Body. Addresses potential hazards and safe work practices regarding operating truck-mounted hydraulic dump bodies.
Lyme Disease Fact Sheet. OSHA and the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) Alliance, (2008, June). Addresses issues associated with Lyme disease, including its symptoms and treatment options and tick bite prevention and control.
Step Six: Landscaping and Horticulture (PDF*). OSHA and the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA) Alliance, (2008, July). Highlights the eventualities that can occur when working outdoors including landscaping and horticulture activities.
National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) (formerly Professional Landcare Network (PLANET)). Promotes business management skills and the profitability of its members' businesses. Members have direct access to marketing tools, industry-specific business publications, training materials, and safety and human resources consultants.
Interior Plantscaping Ladder Safety Card (PDF*). (2010, October; Spanish translation 2011, December). Describes general safety tips and best practices to help prevent injuries when using ladders to maintain plants that are above shoulder level in plantscaping. A Spanish version (PDF*) is also available.
Roadside Safety (PDF*). (2013, September; Spanish translation November 2013). Provides general safety information on how to work next to motor vehicle traffic during landscaping projects, including the use worker safety apparel and temporary traffic safety barriers. A Spanish version (PDF*) is also available.
National Ag Safety Database (NASD). Serves as a central repository for safety and health information on such topics as back safety/lifting, electrical safety, chemicals/pesticides, and personal protective equipment. Included are tailgate training materials, videos, and Spanish-language safety and health materials.
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