Technical Capabilities

We have an extensive range of plant, machinery and other equipment designed to perform our work to the highest standard. We follow stringent measures to manage environmental protection and pollution, with our machinery running on bio-oils that break down more readily in the environment than alternative fuels. We are constantly looking for ways to improve, adding value to our clients or improving the environmental outcomes.

The specialist plant and machinery we have includes but is not restricted to the following:
1)      Excavators
2)      Stump Grinder
3)      Softrak Excavator
4)      Wood Chipper
5)      Chainsaws
6)      Seed Harvester

As well as plant, machinery and equipment, our fantastic staff also have the following qualifications and licences:

  • Great Crested Newt Class 1 and 2 licensed staff
  • Natterjack Toad licensed staff
  • Bat licensed staff
  • Barn Owl licensed staff
  • White-clawed Crayfish licensed staff
  • RHS Survey Accreditation and refresher (EA)
  • River Macrophytes Accreditation (EN/EA/SNH/CCW)
  • Schedule 8 Moss Species Hamatocaulis vernicosus licensed staff
  • Power Boat Handling Level 2 (RYA certificate)
  • Site Safety Awareness
  • Construction Skills Operatives Health and Safety Test
  • Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS)
  • ITC First Aid at Work
  • Appointed Persons First Aid
  • Lantra 4×4 off road driving
  • Machine Operator for Excavators
  • Lantra Award in Brush Cutters/Trimmers Maintenance and Operation
  • NPTC Level 2 Chainsaw and Related Operations
  • NPTC Level 2 Safe Use of Pesticides
  • NPTC Level 2 Fell and Process Small Trees
  • NPTC Land Based Machinery
  • NPTC Manually Fed Woodchipper Operators
  • ATV
  • Manual Handling
  • Abrasive Wheels Training

As you can see, we have a variety of qualifications and training to enable us to give our clients a first class service appreciated by all our clients. Call 01228 711841 or email enquiries@openspacegb.com to find out how we can help with any project you may have.

Updated April 2017