It is undeniable that down trees are one of the most physically demanding jobs a worker can undertake. This course is designed to teach anyone who uses a chainsaw about tree felling procedures in a restricted-access environment with both targets and obstacles within the drop zone. This course emphasizes chainsaw safety, maintenance, use, and handling. You’ll learn how to gather the information needed to create a safe tree-felling plan that will allow you to fall a tree with accuracy and precision while avoiding obstacles and assessing ss and hazards.
This course also covers limbing and bucking procedures in a systematic manner, as well as dealing with spring poles and understanding compression and tension forces. This course will teach students about the theory and practical use of notches and back cuts, as well as how ontology affects the success of accurate tree felling. Participants will also have the opportunity to practice notches and back cuts in a “hands-on” setting. Participants will learn about the factors that contribute to and how to avoid them.
There is a strong emphasis on personal safety, ʀɪsᴋ assessment, and prevention. The overall goal of this course is to teach workers how to develop ss that reduce variables and mitigate ss associated with chainsaws, tree felling, and high-s environments. As you are probably aware, safety is always a consideration when choosing chains and using chainsaws. Aggressive and extremely fast chainsaw chains are often not recommended for people who have little or no experience with a chainsaw. They are still safe, but there is more ss associated with them.
The biggest s of all that comes with using a really fast-cutting chainsaw chain like a chisel chain is kickback. Kickback occurs when a chainsaw is not handled properly, and it can be very ᴅᴀɴɢᴇʀᴏᴜs. That is why, before using a chain, you should get some training and experience.
In the video below, you can see the World’s Biggest Tree Cutting Long Reach Excavator Sᴋɪʟʟ, Tree Harvesting Machine Heavy Equipment.
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