Safetree Professional Forest Worker Certification is a great way to get official recognition from the industry that a workers’ skills are still up to date.
Safetree Professional Forest Worker Certification
- Safetree Professional Forest Worker Certification is a great way to get official recognition from the industry that a workers’ skills are still up to date.
- Certification confirms that tree fallers and breakers out have been independently assessed on the job as able to work safely and professionally.
- That means they are doing what a WorkSafe inspector would expect to see, and know how to protect themselves and their crew mates.
How to get started
- The first step to becoming a certified worker is to request a login here.
- You will then receive an email invite from Ecoportal, who run the register of certified workers. Accept the invite and set up your password.
- Then you will be able to receive certificates and see your assessments online anytime in the future.
- This login is yours and will not change even if you move to another company
Safetree tree faller game
- This game can help tree fallers get ready to be assessed for certification. Click HERE to see the demo.
- Click HERE to register and to be sent a login code for the game. If you are a company, you can register your workers and have access to their results.
- Once you have the login code you can: Download from the App Store (iPad and iOS) (login code required) Download from the Play Store (Android) (login code required)
- Click HERE for the online version (login code required).
These tools show what's covered in the assessment.
- Breaker Out Competency Assessment Tool [PDF 209KB]
- Tree Feller Competency Assessment Tool [PDF 235KB]
- Also see Best Practice Guides for breaking out and tree felling.
Find out more
Find an assessor
Certified Assessors and their contact details [PDF 131KB]
Safetree Certification Panel
Safetree Worker Certification is governed by the FISC Council, according to Certification Rules developed by the FISC Council and Kensington Swan. Any issues or complaints should be raised with John Lowe, FISC Project Manager. John can be contacted on M: 021 164 8036 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org. Where relevant issues can be escalated to Simon O'Grady, FISC Chair, via email@example.com. An online form is also available to raise any matters.