IN TODAY’S ULTRA-COMPETITIVE
business climate, every second
counts. Any opportunity
that allows you to do a job faster,
better and in a more cost-effective
fashion should be fully explored.
A beautiful home sits in a wooded
hillside neighborhood on the
outskirts of town. The owner loves
it here. With tall pines surrounding
his house, he has all the privacy he wants and not much grass to mow.
His woods are thick with overgrown shrubs and fallen branches, but he
likes it that way. It’s natural, he says. Or is it?
What if you could easily and relatively inexpensively expand your business without incurring increased operating costs? And what if you could accomplish this by adding only one piece of equipment...
While our work can be hazardous, it does not have to be deadly. However,
according to the recent Bureau of Labor Statistic’s Census of Fatal
Occupational Injuries, between 2003 and 2006 there were a total of 789
deaths “due to traumatic injuries among landscape services workers and
their first-line supervisors.” Of those deaths, “nearly 80 percent
occurred in the landscape services industry.”