Attend the first-ever Aerial Rescue Symposium this spring

 
 

You are invited to the first ever Aerial Rescue Symposium in Southfield, Michigan, happening April 30 - May 1!

TCIA partnered with the Michigan Green Industry Association (MGIA); Dr. John Ball; Christopher Stimson, RN, CEN and other emergency rescue/emergency room trauma professionals to build this exclusive event.

The goal of this event is to bring together all the key parties – tree workers, arborist trainers, fire/rescue professionals, emergency medical technicians and physicians from across America – to develop a basic framework on how to work together toward the common goal of rescuing injured tree workers from canopies.

The symposium is limited to 40 participants due to the symposium's intense agenda and to keep the participation level high. As a result, we expect this symposium to fill up quickly. Please sign up as soon as possible to reserve your spot, once we hit 40 attendees, workshop registration will close.

Reserve your spot today and be on the frontlines of the future of aerial rescue. Register now.


Event Details:

  • Location: Southfield, Michigan
  • Dates: April 29 - May 1 (Evening Opening Reception is April 29; Symposium is April 30 - including Networking Dinner - and May 1)
  • Cost is $895, which includes: full symposium registration, two-night accommodations at Westin Southfield* (4/29, 4/30), and meals
  • Attendees will also receive a copy of TCIA Aerial Rescue Manual and a post-symposium PowerPoint presentation

*Hotel accommodations are provided by MGIA. For requesting specific accommodations please contact Silvia Eichen at MGIA 248-646-4992 or silvia@landscape.org.

This event is brought to you in part by the following companies:

Altec is the largest tree care and utility equipment manufacturer in the United States with a complete line of aerial devices, chippers, derricks and bodies. Backed-up by a computerized parts program and complete distributor network in the United States & Canada.

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Sterling develops tools that allow tree care professionals to safely confront challenging environments they might face. Sterling works closely with certified arborists and nationally-recognized training companies to develop innovative solutions for their needs.

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