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How-To: Inspecting Your Saddle

For those who climb as part of their daily work, a saddle is a safety and productivity staple on every equipment checklist. Designed to keep you safe as well as close to the tools you need, it’s imperative that you inspect your saddle for wear and tear as well as any potential buckle problems prior to use — each and every time. Learn more about saddle safety and usage in the latest video from ACRT Arborist Training.

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ACRT Arborist Training provides entry-level through advanced arborist classes and certifications for line clearance companies, government agencies, tree care companies, municipalities, and individuals around the nation.

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