This two-day classroom and field course trains participants to identify wildlife trees and assess steps necessary to ensure worker safety and habitat protection when operating around wildlife/dangerous trees. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to identify potential habitat, determine which trees are safe and dangerous in various settings, determine if dangerous trees should be removed or modified, and establish no-work zones. This process is applicable to all work activities in forested settings including harvesting (especially relevant to partial cutting where various group retention, shelterwood or individual tree retention systems are employed), silviculture, and roads. This certification is recognized by WorkSafe BC.On successful completion of the two-day course, the certified assessor will be competent in the following outcomes.
On successful completion of the two-day course, the certified assessor will be competent in the following outcomes.
- Identifying important attributes of wildlife /danger trees
- Assessing trees for their potential as wildlife habitat
- Assessing trees for their failure potential
- Making appropriate safety decisions regarding assessed trees
Full course: $455
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