Tree Care definition

Tree Care means cutting, pruning, or other work on a standing tree.
Tree Care means the treating, spraying, removal, pruning and any other tree maintenance or horticultural work intended for the enhancement or preservation of trees and the removal and prevention of any and all damages to any street trees caused by tree pests, viruses, or diseases.

Examples of Tree Care in a sentence

Such pruning shall comply with the American National Standard for Tree Care Operation (ANSI A300) and be conducted under the direction of an arborist certified with the International Society of Arboriculture.

Pruning shall conform to American National Standard for Tree Care Operations, ANSI A300.

The view clearance plan shall identify and describe the location and extent of the proposed tree removal, pruning, and limbing and shall demonstrate compliance with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A300 Standards for Tree Care Operations (Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Management – Standard Practices).

American Nursery Standard For Tree Care Operations, Tree, Shrub And Other Woody Plant Maintenance- Standard Practices; ANSI A300, current edition All plants shall be typical of their species and have well-formed tops (crowns) and root systems and shall be free from injurious insects, plant diseases or other plant pests.

All planting and maintenance of public trees shall conform to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A-300 "Standards for Tree Care Operations" and shall follow all tree care Best Management Practices (BMPs) published by the International Society of Arboriculture.

Removal of Street TreeFor the required process and any information concerning the removal of a street tree, enquiries should be directed to Banyule Tree Care Department.

ANSI A300 (Part 1)-2008 Pruning: Tree Care Operations: Tree, Shrub, and Other Woody Plant Management: Standard Practices (Pruning).

For the purposes of this Code, ANSI references relate to the American National Standard for Tree Care Operations, Trees, Shrubs, and Other Woody Plant Maintenance, Standard Practices (ANSI A300-2001, as amended), which is incorporated herein by reference.

Refer to City of Portland Parks and Recreations Urban Forestry Division’s list of recommended species and The Campus Tree Care Plan (Appendix 32.1).

The work for initial plantings and all future replacements by the permittee or any of their employees, agents, or assigns shall be in accordance with the current edition of the American National Standard for Tree Care Operations-Transplanting ANSI A300 (Part 6), Planting and Transplanting except as stipulated in this Rule.

Related to Tree Care

Respite care means care anticipated to be provided for a period of 28 days or less for the purpose of temporarily relieving a family member or other caregiver from his or her daily caregiv- ing duties.
Hospice care means a coordinated program of active professional
Acute care means preventive care, primary care, and other medical care provided under the direction of a physician for a condition having a relatively short duration.
Palliative care means medical ser- vice rendered to reduce or moderate tempo- rarily the intensity of an otherwise stable medical condition, but does not include those medical services rendered to diagnose, heal or permanently alleviate or eliminate a med- ical condition.
Child care means continuous care and supervision of five or more qualifying children that is:
Routine care means health care for covered preventive and medically necessary Health Care Services that are non-emergent or non-urgent. Rural Health Clinic (RHC) means an entity that meets all of the requirements for designation as a rural health clinic under 1861(aa)(1) of the Social Security Act and approved for participation in the Texas Medicaid Program.
Pharmacy care means medications prescribed by a licensed physician and related services performed by a licensed pharmacist and any health-related services considered medically necessary to determine the need or effectiveness of the medications.
Preventive Care means certain Preventive Care services.
Urgent Care means services provided for the immediate treatment of a medical condition that requires prompt medical attention but where a brief time lapse before receiving services will not endanger life or permanent health. Urgent conditions include, but are not limited to, minor sprains, fractures, pain, heat exhaustion, and breathing difficulties other than those of sudden onset and persistent severity. An individual patient’s urgent condition may be determined emergent upon evaluation by a Participating Provider.
Maritime cargo handling services means activities exercised by stevedore companies, including terminal operators, but not including the direct activities of dockers, when this workforce is organised independently of the stevedoring or terminal operator companies. The activities covered include the organisation and supervision of:
Post-Acute Care Treatment Services means services provided after acute care confinement and/or treatment that are based on an assessment of the Member’s physical, behavioral, or cognitive functional deficits, which include a treatment goal of achieving functional changes by reinforcing, strengthening, or re-establishing previously learned patterns of behavior and/or establishing new patterns of cognitive activity or compensatory mechanisms.
Emergency Care means Health Care Services provided in a hospital emergency facility, freestanding emergency medical care facility, or comparable facility to evaluate and stabilize medical conditions of a recent onset and severity, including but not limited to severe pain, that would lead a prudent layperson, possessing an average knowledge of medicine and health to believe that his or her condition, sickness, or injury is of such a nature that failure to get immediate medical care could result in:
Home care services means skilled or personal care services provided to clients in their place of residence for a fee;
Day Care means the care, assistance, and supervision of an individual who does not stay overnight. Individuals receiving day care services are included in the licensed capacity of a home as described in OAR 411-360-0060.
Respiratory care means the practice of the allied health profession responsible for the direct and
Postdelivery Care means postpartum Health Care Services provided in accordance with accepted maternal and neonatal assessments including, but not limited to, parent education, assistance and training in breast- feeding and bottle-feeding, and the performance of any necessary and appropriate clinical tests.
Medical care means amounts paid for:
In-patient Care means treatment for which the insured person has to stay in a hospital for more than 24 hours for a covered event.
Foster care means substitute care furnished on a 24-hour-a-day basis to an eligible child in a licensed or approved facility by a person or agency other than the child’s parent or guardian but does not include care provided in a family home through an informal arrangement for a period of 20 days or less. Child foster care shall include but is not limited to the provision of food, lodging, training, education, supervision, and health care.
Basic health care services means in and out-of-area emergency services, inpatient hospital and physician care, outpatient medical services, laboratory and radiologic services, mental health and substance use disorder benefits, and preventive health services. In the case of a health maintenance organization that has contracted with the Commonwealth to furnish basic health services to recipients of medical assistance under Title XIX of the United States Social Security Act pursuant to §38.2-4320, the basic health services to be provided by the health maintenance organization to program recipients may differ from the basic health services required by this section to the extent necessary to meet the benefit standards prescribed by the state plan for medical assistance services authorized pursuant to § 32.1-325.
Emergency medical care means bona fide emergency services provided after the sudden onset of a medical or traumatic condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity, including severe pain, such that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonably be expected to result in placing the patient's health in serious jeopardy, serious impairment to bodily functions, or serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part. The term does not include medical care or treatment that occurs after the patient is stabilized and is capable of receiving medical treatment as a nonemergency patient or that is unrelated to the original medical emergency.
Preventive Care Services means the following, as further defined and interpreted by appropriate statutory, regulatory, and agency guidance:
Home health aide services means those tasks that are provided to a patient by a home health aide under the direction of a registered nurse or therapist.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services or "CMS" means the unit of the federal Department of Health and Human Services that administers the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Primary care means health services provided by health care professionals, including naturopathic physicians licensed pursuant to 26 V.S.A. chapter 81, who are specifically trained for and skilled in first-contact and continuing care for individuals with signs, symptoms, or health concerns, not limited by problem origin, organ system, or diagnosis, and shall include family planning, prenatal care, and mental health and substance abuse treatment.
Inpatient care means treatment for which the insured person has to stay in a hospital for more than 24 hours for a covered event.