List of Industry Submitted Safety Alerts

Tree falling hazards abound while working in snowLemare Lake Logging Ltd.
Close Call: Older logging roads & winter conditions create unique challenges for truck driversJ. Passmore Ltd.
Worker struck by logging truck trailer stakeHarlow Creek Contracting Ltd.
Embedded boulder tips excavator on steep slopeInterfor – Adams Lake Division
Serious Incident: Headrig bandsaw strikes metal in cedar logWestern Forest Products Inc.
Disconnected glad hand reduces logging truck braking power Rod & Doug Webber Logging Ltd.
Slip and fall leaves log truck driver injured and sidelinedPat Lawrence Contracting Ltd.
Large diameter retention trees can pose a hazard near roadsMacLeod Forest Services Ltd.
Bear dens should be approached very carefully!Nikmar Forest Services Ltd.
Close Call: Runaway buckskin log hidden by fogReitmeier Logging
Winter truck driving safety: A timely message from Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd.Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd.
Keep both hands on the ‘wheel’ when driving ATV’sMatrix Research Ltd.
Hazard Alert: Check logs for incomplete bucking cutsIsland Timberlands
Extreme Weather Conditions - Log Truck Flop-overWeyerhaeuser - Princeton Timberlands
Serious Incident/Close Call: Overhead Hoist FailureALJAQ Contracting
Close Call: Use extra caution when bucking limbs and wear appropriate PPEGorman Bros.
Serious Incident: Rigging flies back up, strikes workerBear Lake Logging Co. Ltd.
Safety Alert - Fatality - 2011-11-17 - Summary of 4 Forestry related fatalities since September 2011BC Forest Safety Council Fatality Alert
Tight turn-around spot results in collisionStones Bay Holdings Ltd.
A little snow on the ground sends lowbed off roadStones Bay Holdings Ltd.
Fatigue in the woods can lead to slips, trips & fallsM.C. Wright & Associates Ltd.
Serious Incident: Inspect wheel nuts often!M.C.Wright and Associates Ltd.
Close Call: Resource road users near Quesnel should take note of a dangerous curveVal-J Holdings
Log trailer bolster bolts: Inspect regularly for this hidden hazardSpruce Valley Contracting
Skidder operators should unlock their second door Spruce Valley Contracting
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