The Chair and CEO of the BC Forest Safety Council (BCFSC), Reynold Hert, is pleased to announce that Russel Robertson will be joining the BCFSC as Director, Programs and Training effective Friday, January 16, 2015. read more »
Here is a summary of the 2014 Vancouver Island Safety Conference, held October 4, 2014 in Nanaimo. Included in the summary are links to the BC Forest Safety Council’s YouTube Channel and direct links to the key note presentation videos. read more »
The BC government, ICBC and police have launched a distracted driving campaign with new advertising and increased police enforcement this month (September 2014).
On average, 88 people are killed each year in BC due to driver distractions, the second leading cause of car crash fatalities in BC.
A text or call is not worth risking your life over, or causing the death of someone else. Leave the phone alone!
See this WorkSafeBC video: “Prevent Distracted Driving on the Job”: http://www2.worksafebc.com/Publications/Multimedia/Videos.asp?ReportID=35133&_ga=1.65051054.1033433124.1395079526 read more »
The standard resource road radio communications protocol, radio channels and signs were developed by the radio communications working group, with representatives from the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (including BC Timber Sales), Industry Canada, BC Forest Safety Council/Truck Safe and FPInnovations. The working group coordinated numerous meetings with forest licensees and truck drivers in developing the protocol. The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations lead the implementation and evaluation of the pilot projects. Industry Canada is taking the greater lead role as implementation of the standard protocols spreads to other areas of the province. read more »
This service was available up to December 31, 2014. read more »
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WorkSafeBC explains how insurance rates are determined: Please see their brochure WorkSafeBC: Understanding insurance rates