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RE: Tree risk management

Subject: RE: Tree risk management
From: Paul S Watts
Date: Nov 25 2008 11:17:05
Glyn

Thanks for that. I do possess and have read Mike's paper from a while past.

I am a firm advocate of balance and I am sure others will welcome the 
opportunity to discuss this and associated matters at their leisure.

Thanks for giving all the heads up on the link.

Kind regards

Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: Glyn Thomas [mailto:glyn.thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk] 
Sent: 25 November 2008 11:06
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RE: Tree risk management

Paul,

In the interests of balance.....I assume you've also read Mike Ellison's
comments on Goode v City of Burnside?

If not, you can download his paper 'What is Tree Failure Risk
Assessment? (a short paper presented at TreeNet 2007) from the
'downloads' section of the QTRA website (link below)

http://www.qtra.co.uk/cms/index.php?section=39

Regards, Glyn



-----Original Message-----
From: Paul S Watts [mailto:pswatts@xxxxxxxxx.com] 
Sent: 25 November 2008 11:01
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: RE: Tree risk management

Richard

I found this judgement of great interest having been through training
for many, many evaluation systems over the last 30 years. I was
intrigued to find two referenced in the case of  Goode v City of
Burnside [Australia 2007]. My interest in this is that the court
considered comparison not just between two experts, but in this
instance, named evaluation systems. The Judge's comments were most
illuminating and I would draw your attention especially to pages 7, 8
and 9.

In light of the recent and ongoing debate on the Poll case, I consider
that perhaps others might find it interesting and help to further
discussion within the profession.

Regards

Paul




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