"Please tell Ken Palmer we really appreciated him and all that you folks back east did for North Dakota, and that I personally heard many positive comments on his presentation skills and arborist knowledge. Ken is an asset to the arboriculture industry. The sharing of his knowledge with practicing arborists is helping advance the professionalism of this industry in leaps and bounds. I hope he has success and good fortune in all of his future endeavors. Take care."
With a firm commitment to safety, skill & productivity, ArborMaster's focus has always been to help businesses and individuals to achieve results they desire and to manage risk. Founders Ken Palmer and Rip Tompkins instill their passion for industry safety, skill development and productivity in all of their associates and customers They accomplish this through:
Clients consistently report a boost in worker morale, and an overall improved professional job environment.
Testimonials and case studies
"APS's safety record was deplorable. Within the first 10 months of transitioning to in-house crews we had 10 accidents. After our ArborMaster first training module took place in October 2004, we started to notice a difference in our crews' safety awareness. We went accident free for one year starting on April 20, 2004 to April 20, 2005." At APS, a 1% annual investment of tree trimming budget for ArborMaster yielded a reduced loaded cost per tree worked:
As reported, after ArborMaster was contracted to conduct the Davey Advanced Arborist Training Program for key foremen, Davey reported a 30% across the board increase in productivity after conducting a rigorous assessment of the impact of ArborMaster's program. (TCI Magazine — July 2002) Old School Versus New School
"I unequivocally endorse ArborMaster Training!"
Dr. David Marren, VP Safety and Regulatory Affairs, Bartlett Tree - .....read more
For more than a decade, ArborMaster has strived to be creative leaders in the tree care industry, integrating safety, skill, productivity solutions. Since our founding in 1995, we have had our finger on the pulse of arboriculture, the green industry, and related sectors. Over the years we have: