I like seeing this, we’re all human and we all make mistakes although moat are to prideful to admit that. Part of becoming a professional tree climber is messing up unfortunately. Props to you man. I started my climbing career in June of 2005, I’ve got the scars and doctor bills to go along with […]
I like seeing this, we’re all human and we all make mistakes although moat are to prideful to admit that.
Part of becoming a professional tree climber is messing up unfortunately. Props to you man. I started my climbing career in June of 2005, I’ve got the scars and doctor bills to go along with it. Great video.
This is what keeps others safe. If it can happen to someone as qualified as you, it can happen to any of us. Thanks for sharing.I hope that some people take away an understanding of the dangers involved with cutting down trees.
It’s not easy and a lot can go wrong even for the pros. Pay a professional, don’t risk your life.This is probably one of most informative tree cutting videos out there. Don’t see many YouTubers uploading their mistakes they make out like tree cutting is a doddle. People learn more from mistakes whether it’s their own mistakes or other people.
This is a good reminder of how easily things can go sideways in a split second. Most importantly, you survived these mishaps. I believe the moral of this valuable story is to always maintain proper safety precautions.
I’ve always believed in Murphy’s Law. This video could’ve been named Patrick’s Law.This video is amazing. I can’t count the number of times I’ve underestimated the weight of the brush end of a branch and inverted the thing with the cut. Every time I do it I want to crawl into a hole.
Out of curiosity would you say the top coming out second to last clip pulled the tree on you? Was that caused by to open of a notch? Love the content and I’ve been binging the podcast while working in the barn.
Sometimes, I feel like I am the only one that has mishaps. Hopefully I can remember so I don’t repeat others mistakes. Unexperienced bucket operators and climbers can be awesome at some things but not all.
the only way to have minimal impact of accidents is to take action in selecting a suitable candidate for the position. Do your homework on the individual not only should credentials be used they should be sought-after.
You should feel a sense of entrustment when meeting with the person. In today’s day and age they should have video of themselves executing a safe and productive tree job.