Radio use is an integral form of communication on the resource roads of BC. Safety on these roads relies heavily on using the correct radio frequencies and radio use protocols (see link to example below). When heading out to a new area, ensure you have the correct set of road frequencies programmed into your radio. Radio frequencies / channels should be posted at the start of a road, but this may not always be the case. Below is a summary of radio frequencies used throughout BC. This is in no way a complete listing and should not be solely relied upon. read more »
NANAIMO & PRINCE GEORGE, September 4, 2013 – In celebration of Canada’s National Trucking Week, the BC Forest Safety Council (BCFSC) is pleased to salute BC’s many log hauling professionals and acknowledge their continuing work to ensure the safety of all road users. Drive well and stay safe!
Tips for driving on resource roads: read more »
On August 26, 2013 a faller was fatally injured when he was struck by an object while working near Lake Cowichan on Vancouver Island. WorkSafeBC and the Coroners Service are investigating this incident.
The Council will provide more information as it is released.