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Author Topic: British Columbia Forest Safety Council  (Read 457 times)

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Offline slack ma girdle

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British Columbia Forest Safety Council
« on: September 07, 2013, 03:30:51 pm »
Are there any members on this forum of the above ?
Here in the Uk the HSE (Health and Safety Executive, and part of the government) has told the forestry industry to reduce the number of accidents/ fatalities. As a result FISA has been formed (Forstry Industry Safety Accord)
Anyway, i would like to hear the views of anyone who works in B.C., has it reduced the number of accidents within the forestry industry ? Is everyone involved happy with the way it is run/ managed ?
FISA have made a big thing about how BCFSC have turned things around, and i would like to hear from the people on the ground without any official spin.

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