List of Industry Submitted Safety Alerts

Log Falls Off Truck on Island HighwayIsland Timberlands
Low bed booster axle moves too far, worker suffers fractured legCANFOR
Close Call: Unloading a trailer with a loaderINTERFOR
Concussion, torn knee ligament the result of fall from cab of log truckNew Zealand Forest Owners Association
Falling debris hits manual tree fallerNew Zealand Forest Owners Association
Yarding crew member struck by an unprocessed stemNew Zealand Forest Owners Association
When using resource roads, close the "loop" on radio communicationsNew Zealand Forest Owners Association
Worker near feller buncher struck by flying debris in reduced visibilityCanoe Forest Products Ltd.
Toxic Fumes in Cab of Log TruckWeyerhaeuser Company Ltd.
Tire change mishap knocks out workerAndy Meints Contracting Ltd.
Heavy Rainfall Increases Washout and Landslide RiskBC Forest Safety Council
Weather Warning: Anticipate the hazardsBC Forest Safety Council
Over-height load contacts railway overpassDownie Timber Ltd.
Uneven, brushy ground leads to increase in knee injuriesCANFOR
Driving Hazard: The glare of the sunRayonier New Zealand
The dangers of working in burned forest areasGorman Bros. Lumber Ltd.
HAZARD: Carbon Monoxide fumes entering vehicle cabsCANFOR
Gaps in emergency response procedures identified after worker injured, evacuated by airCANFOR
Radio channels: Is yours the right one?Tom Neufeld Trucking Ltd.
Excavator bucket falls off during loading of pick-up truckBC Timber Sales
Log hauling can present many hazards - including debris in loadsBC Forest Safety Council; New Zealand Forest Owners Association
Ride out the rolloverKDL Group
WorkSafeBC Bulletin: FAQ's about wildfire smokeWorkSafeBC
Roll over incident shows how quickly things can go wrong CANFOR
Downed Power Lines: BC Hydro urges public safety, avoidanceBC Hydro
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