Stay prepared and up to date with these reforestation safety resources.
How to use a chainsaw lafely
Whether you’re on the job or at home, felling timber or trimming branches, a chainsaw is a handy tool to get work done. Just be sure to follow these basic safety tips.
Ladder safety: The belt buckle rule
Everybody uses ladders. Be safe. Keep your belt buckle (or belly button) between the side rails.
Logging safety fundamentals
Loggers are tough. But with challenging terrain, and unpredictable weather, being tough won't get them through the day. Being safe will. Here are the fundamentals to keep loggers safe from the dangers they encounter.
Heat illness prevention
Summers are getting hotter and longer. For people working in hot environments, the risks of heat illness are on the rise. This training provides an overview of what you need to know to protect yourself and others from heat illnesses.
Leaders need to be able to consider solutions with full, complete, and nonjudgmental attention. Here are ways to practice mindfulness, so you are ready when you need to be.
Other ways to stay safe
- Pesticide safety
- Hand tool safety
- Off-road vehicle safety: Utility terrain vehicles (UTVs)
- Safe driving
- Emergency planning and response
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Ergonomics (BC Forest Safety Council)
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