Allied Partner Events

The Pacific Northwest ISA takes great pride in promoting the many educational events taking place all over our chapter region. In addition to chapter-sponsored classes and workshops, take a look at what our Allied Partners have to offer. If you have an event to include, please submit it here.

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April 2019

TCIA’s Electrical Hazard Awareness Program (EHAP) – 7.5 CEUs (OCCB, OLCB, ISA, TCIA)

April 19

By CRUX Climbing, Rigging and Training, Corp.

Description

Electricity is a serious and widespread hazard to arborists and other high angle industries; and one of the leading causes of tree care related fatalities. Furthermore, almost all high angle industries or those working at heights have at least some exposure to this hazard. A street lamp circuit, a cable TV wire, even a phone line can be energized with enough voltage to kill. Indirect contact through a green tree branch or other conductive object is an ever-present threat. One doesn't have to touch a wire to be electrocuted, and about half of all electrocution fatalities are the result of indirect contact.

EHAP helps meet yearly OSHA safety requirements to recognize and avoid electrical hazards for anyone who works near utility lines. EHAP must be used in combination with documented on-the-job skills training and verification to meet OSHA 1910.269 requirements.

Once a candidate has completed all training, TCIA will issue a certificate of completion (valid for one year from date of issue), transcript storage in the TCIA database, helmet decal, and laminated wallet card.

Event Location

City of Eugene Public Works
1820 Roosevelt Blvd.
Eugene, OR 97402

Contact

CRUX@cruxcorporation.com or 503.490.9965

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May 2019

BCRPA Symposium

May 1

By Vanessa Sabitova

Description

Join us at The Fairmont Château Whistler for the province's premiere recreation and parks professional development event of the year! With 3 days of educational sessions, leadership development and networking socials, there are numerous opportunities for you to connect with new ideas, innovations, and with peers from across the province.

https://www.bcrpa.bc.ca/media/173532/symp2019-program-guide-web.pdf

Event Location

Whistler, BC
4599 Chateau Blvd,
Whistler, BC V8E 0Z5

Contact

vsabitova@bcrpa.bc.ca

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Aerial Rescue – 7 CEUs (OCCB, OLCB, ISA, TCIA)

May 17

By CRUX Climbing, Rigging & Training, Corp.

Description

Aerial Rescue Training helps you protect your employees and meet the aerial rescue training requirements mandated by ANSI Z133.1 and OSHA. The most common reason for double fatalities in tree care is failed aerial rescue attempts. An emergency could develop any time one of your crews is aloft, and your employees must know how to react. This live training seminar reviews and demonstrates various rescue scenarios, so that crews have the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate an emergency situation and potentially rescue an injured tree worker.

Event Location

TouVelle State Recreation Site
8517 Table Rock Rd
Central Point, OR 97502

Contact

Jenna Smith

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Rigging for Removal – 6.5 CEUs (OCCB, OLCB, ISA, TCIA)

May 18

By Jenna Smith

Description

Designed for climbers who have basic rigging experience, but would like to advance their knowledge into the use of modern rigging equipment. Examples include negative rigging, slide lines, floating anchors and the Good Rigging Control System (GRCS).

Practical demonstration will be employed, where an actual tree will be removed during the course of this training!!

Event Location

TouVelle State Recreation Site
8517 Table Rock Rd
Central Point, OR 97502

Contact

CRUX@cruxcorporation.com or 503.490.9965

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June 2019

Waza to Kokoro beginner level seminar

June 3

By Kristin Faurest, director, Japanese Garden Training Center

Description

This hands-on professional-level seminar in Japanese garden arts offers instruction in stonesetting, bamboo fence construction, tool use, design, garden history, and several other topics all framed eloquently in the culture of tea. Application is open now through Feb. 15, 2019.

Event Location

Portland Japanese Garden and offsite venues
611 SW Kingston Dr.
Portland, OR 97205

Contact

thecenter@japanesegarden.org

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Aerial Rescue – 7 CEUs (OCCB, OLCB, ISA, TCIA)

June 14

By Jenna Smith

Description

Aerial Rescue Training helps you protect your employees and meet the aerial rescue training requirements mandated by ANSI Z133.1 and OSHA. The most common reason for double fatalities in tree care is failed aerial rescue attempts. An emergency could develop any time one of your crews is aloft, and your employees must know how to react. This live training seminar reviews and demonstrates various rescue scenarios, so that crews have the knowledge and skills needed to evaluate an emergency situation and potentially rescue an injured tree worker.

Event Location

Champoeg State Park
8239 Champoeg Rd NE
St Paul, OR 97137

Contact

CRUX@cruxcorporation.com or 503.490.9965

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Rigging for Removal – 6.5 CEUs (OCCB, OLCB, ISA, TCIA)

June 15

By Jenna Smith

Description

Designed for climbers who have basic rigging experience, but would like to advance their knowledge into the use of modern rigging equipment. Examples include negative rigging, slide lines, floating anchors and the Good Rigging Control System (GRCS).

Practical demonstration will be employed, where an actual tree will be removed during the course of this training!!

Event Location

Champoeg State Park
8239 Champoeg Rd NE
St Paul, OR 97137

Contact

CRUX@cruxcorporation.com or 503.490.9965

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September 2019

Waza to Kokoro Intermediate level seminar

September 16

By Kristin Faurest, director, Japanese Garden Training Center

Description

This award-winning 12-day hands-on professional-level seminar in Japanese garden arts includes instruction in stonesetting, history, pruning, bamboo fence construction, and design. Instructors include visiting instructors from Japan as well as Portland Japanese Garden staff. Application is open now through April 15, 2019.

Event Location

Portland Japanese Garden and offsite venues
611 SW Kingston Dr.
Portland, OR 97205

Contact

thecenter@japanesegarden.org

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