Forest Safety Task Force

The Forest Safety Task Force was established in July 2003 to develop an action plan to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries in the forest industry in British Columbia by 50 percent within three years. After its initial deliberations, the Task Force agreed that in order to be successful, a more aggressive target was required. The attached report covers all of the issues raised in the Terms of Reference and provides an action plan for eliminating deaths and serious injuries in the sector.

Final report of the Forest Safety Task Force

A Report and Action Plan to Eliminate Deaths and Serious Injuries in British Columbia’s Forests

This report was dedicated to all the forestry workers who died or were seriously injured on the job in British Columbia and to their families, friends and colleagues.

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