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  • TCIA's Pulse Survey 

    12/9/2020 - TCIA members, please consider taking this short survey to help us help you in 2021!
  • Alert: Random DOT Drug & Alcohol Audits Happening Now 

    8/24/2018 - The Department of Transportation (DOT) is conducting random, one-to-two-day audits of businesses with service fleets. According to the inspector in a recent tree company inspection, there is a national two-week push from DOT emphasizing compliance wi

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  • How many CEUs can you earn at TCI EXPO? 

    9/21/2021 - TCI EXPO offers continuing education units (CEUs) for ISA Certified Arborists, BMCAs, Massachusetts Certified Arborists (MCAs), and TCIA CTSPs. (MCAs will be eligible to earn CEUs at sessions approved for CTSPs. MCAs may also earn 2 CEUs per day for
  • Thank you to the TCIA 2021 Annual Sponsors! 

    6/18/2021 - The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) would like to take a moment to thank our 2021 annual sponsors, companies whose dedication to our association, and our industry, allow us to accomplish everything we do for our tree care company members.
  • Cal/OSHA Proposes Substantial Changes to COVID-19 ETS 

    6/14/2021 - The California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) is proposing substantial changes to its COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard. The changes range from new mandates for employers to new exceptions from prior requirements for vac
  • TCIA's Pulse Survey 

    12/9/2020 - TCIA members, please consider taking this short survey to help us help you in 2021!
  • FMCSA Extends Waivers due to COVID-19 Pandemic 

    10/6/2020 - FMCSA decided to extend select waivers covering various regulatory provisions affecting CDL holders, CLP holders, and drivers operating CMVs that will expire on September 30, 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • Guidance on Payroll Tax Executive Order 

    8/20/2020 - On Saturday August 8th, President Trump signed a series of Executive Orders after negotiations between the Administration and Congress broke down on the next COVID-19 stimulus plan.