The BC Forest Safety Council’s 2013 Annual Report is now available to view or download.
The report provides detail on the organization’s performance during the 2013 financial year, and shows how workplan objectives have helped support industry’s commitment to further reduce serious injuries and fatalities in the forest harvesting sector. read more »
Get your nominations in! It’s time to recognize the safety leaders, heroes and champions in BC’s forest industry.
The BC Forest Safety Council is seeking nominations for two annual awards. We’re looking for people that work in the forest industry and are known for their safety-first approach. In such a vast province with so many hard working people looking out for each other on the job, who do you feel deserves recognition? Who has contributed to a safer workplace? Who has led change for the better? Let us know by sending in your nominations today. read more »
The BC Forest Safety Council (BCFSC) in conjunction with the Manufacturers’ Advisory Group (MAG) are overseeing a team of technical expert advisors for all sawmills in BC.
The purpose of the initiative is to provide comprehensive support and expertise to the sawmill industry on combustible dust control and mitigation at no cost to the industry. read more »