The Forest Industry Safety Council and Safetree are running a survey to get a stocktake of views from people involved in forestry.
We’re keen to get as many views as possible so we’ve extended the closing date for the survey to 5pm Sunday 4th November.
The survey covers things like leadership, worker engagement and risk management. The results will tell us what you think about what’s helping and hindering health and safety in forestry. It will also help us evaluate the work done by FISC and Safetree to date, and help shape the future work programme.
The survey is being run by a third party called Ubiquity, so individual responses are confidential and won’t be seen by us. Only aggregated responses will be reported. It will take about 10 minutes.
This following alert has been sent out by the British Columbia Safety Council in Canada:
On October 6th, 2018 a faller was fatally injured when he was struck by a tree. This incident happened in the Columbia Valley region of BC. This incident is still under investigation and details are still to be determined. But in the meantime, please review the following safety information:
See safety tips from seven Canadian fallers who together have 280 years of experience
Keeping machines well maintained helps make sure the work goes smoothly and safely. Here are some reminders on good maintenance practices taken from our Tailgate Talking Topics cards.
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