What your employees need to know, wear, and do Logging operations are inherently dangerous. According to OSHA, “logging is the most dangerous occupation in the United States.” OHSA notes that: as loggers use their tools and equipment, they deal with massive weights and irresistible momentum of falling, rolling, and sliding trees and logs. The hazards…Details
This video from Sierra Pacific Industries helps you get up to speed on new “scientific education” requirement of the Sustainable Forestry Initiate (SFI) certification program, which Associated California Loggers incorporates into its ProLogger continuing education and logger certification program.Details
The dry season is upon us, which means the threat of fire is greater. It is incumbent on all of us to be more diligent in our daily efforts to protect our employees, equipment, and the environment. While the threat of fire varies across the country, we must take the time to acquaint ourselves and…Details
Safety on the road is the most important activity for logging companies, and it’s also the most significant exposure encountered in day-to-day operations. A large amount of time, equipment, and money is spent daily in the woods, but the exposure to the public is minimal. Logging trucks, however, encounter the public on a daily basis…Details
A bipartisan group of federal lawmakers have introduced legislation to address the so-called “Cottonwood” case, which is bringing desperately-needed forest projects to a halt. If it’s not fixed, the decision will threaten jobs, recreation and a variety of forest activities. Forestry associations and wildlife groups are calling for action. Here’s why, and here’s how you…Details
Application Closing Date 4/1/2017 Compensation negotiable Job Description Wanted; Experienced heavy equipment operators (i.e. Log loader, feller buncher, processor, skidder) How To Apply Contact J&R Logging, Inc at 530-919-9130 or apply at 9252 Bush st. Plymouth, Ca. 96559Details
Request for Proposal for Tree Mortality Work in Amador County (“MITIGATION PROJECT #2”) DEADLINE MAY 18, 2017
A NEW message from Amador County regarding a SECOND Tree Mortality Mitigation Project — TREE MORTALITY MITIGATION PROJECT #2…..PROJECT #1 has evidently been won by a contractor, this is a new proposal (PLEASE NOTE DEADLINE: May 18, 2017. Please call 209-223-6375 for RFP packages and information on Attachments described below): COUNTY OF AMADOR INVITATION TO BID…Details
Due to ACL member requests, a special “additional” Associated California Loggers First Aid/CPR Class(apart from earlier classes given at the Sierra Cascade Logging Conference and the Redwood Region Logging Conferenec) will be given by ACL Safety Director Don Milani next month in Sonora. WHAT: First Aid/CPR Class WHEN: Saturday, May 6, 2017 WHERE: Mother Lode…Details
We Are The Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference–And This Is Our Story” provides a 67 year documentary of the Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference.
Associated California Loggers Contracts with John Quidachay as “Timber Specialist” to Represent You in US Forests and on Federal Issues.
Using special voluntary donations raised by ACL members via the “Resource Availability Fund”(RAF) , Associated California Loggers has placed John Quidachay on a one-year contract to represent our interests regionally and locally with the US Forest Service and to advise on federal issues. John has 35 years of forest management experience, including work with…Details