Letters to the Editor

Letters, Emails & Voicemail June 2022

Rick Howland takes a bow To TCIA and its members: After a 56-year career as a journalist, ranging from crime reporter to magazine owner/publisher to running my own pr/advertising agency, and including 28 years writing for TCI Magazine, with my May 2022 TCI article I’m calling it a career – I’m retired. I thank you […]

Unplanned events

I just read your (Peter Gerstenberger’s) Outlook column, “Unplanned Events,” in the April 2022 issue of TCI Magazine, and totally agree with what you have said. Years ago, Tim Walsh (CTSP, now director of corporate safety at The Davey Tree Expert Company) said something similar to what you wrote about, but we both changed it […]

Letters, Emails & Voicemail

Kudos on March issue! I am a few days late reaching out, but all of us at HMI wanted to just give a huge, resounding round of applause to all of you who made the latest issue (March 2022) of TCI Magazine happen. We stood in the office and went page by page and were […]

Letters, Emails & Voicemail for March 2022

Safety violation on cover? I have yet to read the January 2022 TCI Magazine, but I noticed on the front cover an arborist violating ANSI Z133 6.3.9: “A chain saw shall not be used above shoulder height…” Thought it would be important for you to know. John Wayne Farber, CTSP, BCMAdirector of operationsHoppe Tree Service, […]

Rope Runner Pro Notice to Inspect

Regarding the follow-up article you printed in TCI Magazine (December 2021, page 75) and posted on the magazine website concerning the Notch Rope Runner Pro, in which you refer to a recall of the product, I would like to clarify there has never been a recall. Notch issued a notice to inspect, which is much […]

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