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Landing / Utility Person Training and Assessment

The following training courses are the dedicated courses developed specifically for a Landing/Utility Person.

1013 – Describe Rigging Components and Basic Rigging Practices

1025 – Apply Landing/Utility Person Skills

1027 – Describe Hazards and Vehicle Dynamics Related to Operating Light Trucks (Optional)

1028 – Describe and Operate Chainsaw (Optional)

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Other Training – Ensure every new worker has a basic understanding of forestry work and worksite safety with Basic Forest Worker Training or elevate knowledge with optional General Forestry Courses like Chainsaw Operation or Resource Road Training.


There are two options for competency training:

1. Online training. This option is tracked and a certificate of completion is issued. To enrol in online training, submit a completed enrollment form.

2. Choose to Download the Learning Resources below. By choosing this option, the training will not be tracked and a certificate will not be issued.

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  • 1013 - Basic Rigging

    This course will allow you to demonstrate knowledge of:
    - Rigging terminology
    - Rigging components
    - Basic rigging math
    - Use, storage, maintenance, and removal of rigging
    - Basic rigging practices

  • 1025 - Apply Landing/Utility Person Skills

    This course will allow you to demonstrate knowledge of:
    - How to prepare for work
    - Communication in the workplace
    - Safety responsibilities of a landing or utility person
    - Job responsibilities of a landing or utility person

  • 1027 - Describe Hazards and Vehicle Dynamics Related to Operating Light Trucks

    This course will allow you to demonstrate knowledge of:
    - Hazards and distractions
    - Vehicle dynamics and design
    - Implications of vehicle weight

  • 1028 - Describe and Operate Chainsaw

    This course will allow you to demonstrate knowledge of:
    - Chainsaw components and safety features
    - Chainsaw inspection and maintenance procedures
    - Safe handling and transport of the chainsaw
    - Basic chainsaw operation and ergonomics
    - Hazards related to chainsaw use
    - Basic bucking
    - Limbing and taping