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Some planning and falling considerations for narrow falling corridors, presented by the SAFER Council. more

Video Gallery

This video helps workers understand the challenges of emergency response in forestry operations. It also reminds employers that they must minimize harm to workers by adjusting their emergency plan for each worksite and practicing it regularly. more

Video Gallery

The BC Forest Industry organized and sponsored a safety conference that was held in Prince George on May 30, 2015. Karen Bowman and Tim Baillie from Drop It And Drive did a presentation on the dangers of distraction. This video is a shortened and edi more

Video Gallery

Spring break-up is fast approaching. Most of us are very familiar with the oldies song, “Breakin’ Up Is Hard To Do” by Neil Sedaka. more

Guest Columns

From a design standpoint, Allied Blower & Sheet Metal Ltd. (“Allied”) was quite excited to work on the Lakeland project more

Features

Spring break-up is fast approaching. Most of us are very familiar with the oldies song, “Breakin’ Up Is Hard To Do” by Neil Sedaka. more

Guest Columns

Most of us have wonderful memories of Christmas seasons past. Some, however, have had painful experiences around this time of year. more

Guest Columns

Vince Lombardi is often given credit for stating, “Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.” more

Guest Columns

First, let’s address something I am asked quite frequently about “felling” trees. more

Guest Columns

The American Transportation Research Institute has released results of a study, substantiating that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance – Safety – Accountability program (CSA) produces dramatically different profile scores . more

News

Madison - Governor Scott Walker today gave approval to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) to provide Disaster Damage Aids to help pay for repairs to local and county roads that were damaged after major storms. more

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Explosion suppression, spark detection and extinguishing technology help stave off dust explosions at biomass power plants. more

Features

Due to increasing fire danger, the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests will implement Stage II fire restrictions effective Friday (5/30) at 8 a.m. more

News

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) structures can still retain their integrity even in construction site fires because of the material’s limited charring rate, a report commissioned by Finnish wood and paper producer Stora Enso Building & Living suggests. more

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On February 7, President Obama signed a five-year Farm Bill including important provisions for which FRA and other pro-forestry advocates had campaigned for over several years. more

Guest Columns

Independent review of WCB and other safety agencies required before workers can have confidence safety is paramount in BC workplace more

Features

This guideline has been revised to provide additional information regarding controlling combustible dust hazards. more

News

The BC Coroners Service has announced it will hold a public inquest into the deaths of two workers who died as a result of an explosion at the Babine Forest Products sawmill near Burns Lake in January 2012. more

News

After ice storm exacts unprecedented damage to Toronto’s urban forest, question remains on what to do with the broken trees more

Features

The USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region announces an information meeting for vendors interested in providing resources to support wildfires and other emergency incidents. more

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