Forest Operations

Auburn University

Safety and Health

Resources

Auburn/ACES Safety and Health

 Publications

Videos (YouTube)

OSHA

Regulatory information is important to insure safety Compliance.  OSHA has developed the OSHA Logging eTool as way to organize safety and health information relevant to logging. For more tools in understanding OSHA compliance the Small Business section of the OSHA website organizes the information efficiently.

Understanding of OSHA regulations that affect logging can be further enhanced by referring to "Revised Loggers Guide to the New OSHA Logging Safety Standards Handbook" available for order from www.loggingsafety.com.

Presentations on OSHA logging standard developed by WVU are available on the OSHA website

 

Other Resources

Many organizations are active in delivering training and producing materials and tools for forestry safety and health training