The Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) is a trade association of 2,300 tree care firms and affiliated companies and was established in 1938 as the National Arborist Association.
Our mission is to advance tree care businesses
The TCIA develops safety and education programs, standards of tree care practice and management information for tree and landscape firms around the world. We provide continuing education, training, conferences and publications to promote the safe and appropriate practice of tree care.
TCIA helps member companies by:
- Educating consumers about the proper care of trees
- Advancing professionalism in the tree care industry
- Improving business practices in the tree care industry
- Training employees in safe work practices
- Educating policy makers on regulatory and legislative affairs
Since 1938, TCIA has been working to elevate the standards of commercial and utility tree care. TCIA supports, promotes and educates our members so that they may be more successful in their activities and the environment in which we live will be significantly improved.
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Our flagship program and the only safety credentialing program in the industry. Data shows
that companies with an employee enrolled in the CTSP program experience
fewer accidents and injuries, less lost time and reduced costs.
First introduced in 1975, EHAP has helped train thousands of
arborists – those involved in line clearance and those working on
residential properties near energized lines. The US Army Corp of
Engineers has recognized this credential and often requires EHAP
certification for companies to qualify for storm-related clean-ups.
Tree Care Academy offers a variety of courses that can be used by employers for
credentialing and training of employees according to industry standards.
Teach and test for critical skills and knowledge to verify the
competency of employees to work safely and professionally in and around
trees and equipment.
Interested in attending a CTSP or EHAP workshop? Local workshops are
scheduled across the country for these, and many other TCIA training
programs. Find one near you, or schedule your own, by visiting TCIA’s Training Center.
TCIA’s Accreditation programs help identify companies that adhere to high standards for quality, safety and ethical business practices.
And much more
In addition to training, we provide continuing education, conferences and publications to promote the safe and appropriate practice of tree care:
- TCI Magazine is the most circulated and read publication in the industry
- TCI EXPO is the world’s largest tree care industry trade show and conference
- Winter Management Conference is the premiere business conference for the tree care industry
Explore our membership pages to learn how TCIA membership can help you grow your business.
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