One of your tree care business goals may be to win more local and government contract work, especially in response to natural disasters and storm damage recovery and cleanup. You might even be challenged to figure out how to scale your operation while making sure you have enough resources and manpower to support the increase in work.
If you’re at a point where you feel stuck and can’t find skilled workers, or your current equipment fleet is barely able to handle the workload you have now, how will you manage a more demanding schedule? We’ll discuss the process of registering with your local, domestic, and government organizations to be able to receive news when work is available, plus how to make sure your business can support the work when you do win the contract.
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Prepare now to get the work later. The registration process is lengthy, and respondents must act quickly in the wake of a disaster to be selected as part of the cleanup response crew. It all starts with your state PTAC. From there, you can register locally, with other states, or with government organizations. Here’s how to get the process going.