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Audit Roll-Outs

We’re heading out to a number of communities in our province as part of the revised audit roll-outs. After a short presentation, we will be available for questions and help with your audit questions.  Here is the complete list of towns we'll be visiting:

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Details on the new audits mailed out on June 25th

 

 

Please let us know if you don't receive your info package. A Reply Contest Entry Form is included in the mailout and a copy is available here.

  

2010 Leadership in Safety Awards Winners Selected

The 2010 Leadership in Safety awards were presented at the Vancouver Island Safety Conference on October 2 in Nanaimo, BC, recognizing this year’s safety leaders in British Columbia’s forest industry. Numerous nominations were received from all regions of the province and ultimately the field was narrowed down to four very worthy recipients.  read more »

Maintenance Audit Reminder

Two auditing weeks left in 2009 !

Whether you are an IOO or SEBASE company, the absolute latest date to submit your maintenance audit in order to maintain SAFE certification and COR rebate eligibility is December 31,2009. Audits must be post marked or hand delivered to a Council office no later than December 31st, 2009.  read more »

BC Forest Safety Council Appoints New Director of Transportation Safety

The BC Forest Safety Council is pleased to announce that Chuck Carter, RPF, is joining the Council in December as its Director of Transportation Safety, based in Prince George.  read more »

Forestry Art Contest Has Winners from Around BC

Vancouver, BC (November 3, 2009) Kids from across the province were invited to draw a picture of what the forests in their communities mean to them. There were over 1,300 entries from every corner of the province – a huge increase from 2008’s 200 entries.

The winning entries included pictures of the children camping and hiking in the forest as well as homes for animals and healthy planets. There were 165 entries in the 4-5 age group; 523 entries in the 6-8 age group and 675 entries in the 9-12 age group. The winners include:  read more »

Silviculture association hosts training for crews working with light trucks

As part of a province-wide effort to improve safety on resources roads, the Western Silviculture Contractors' Association is leading a series of training sessions on operating light trucks.  read more »

Forest Safety Leaders Recognized at Provincial Safety Conference

Vancouver, B.C. – (October 5, 2009) – The BC Forest Safety Council and Ministry of Labour have recognized two forestry workers for advancing safe practices in BC’s forest industry.  read more »

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