SAFETY BULLETINS

THE FOREST INDUSTRY STANDARD

Current Safety Bulletins

Machine Maintenance Records

Machine maintenance is critical to the use of machines and equipment on the worksite and forms a critical part of our Risk Assessment and Work Method, which is identified as a requirement to inspect and RECORD.

A Template ‘Machine Inspection Record’ shown in the Safety Bulletin attached below and allows the operator to record this evidence on a simple form.

The layout is designed to suite all machines and covers main checks required on a daily basis. This is only a template and can be edited to suite the individual.

PDF – Printable  and Excel – Editable options are both available below:

Machine Daily and Weekly Inspection Record - PDF

Machine Daily and Weekly Inspection Record - Excel

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Company fined after worker suffers life-changing injury

Timberline DIY Limited has today been sentenced after an employee injured three of his fingers while cleaning a band re-saw.

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FISA 600 series of Safety Guides cover safe working practices when using:

601 - mobile circular benches

602 - small independent or tractor mounted mobile peeling machines

603 - harvesters for felling and processing trees

604 - woodchippers

605 - mechanical roadside processing

607 - firewood processors


Tilhill Forestry - Safety Assure Bulletin - October 2018

Log stacking on steep slope - Warning

Drivers - Beware the cyclist

Lone working risk mitigation

Whose responsibility is it? Environmental protection.

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Tilhill Forestry - Safety Assure Bulletin - September 2018

Lyme Disease Research Needs Your Help

Lyme Disease: Antibiotic choices

Public Awareness - the Movie

Tree Health - and Safety!

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Tilhill Forestry - Safety Assure Bulletin - August 2018

Look after your heart

Look after your hearing

Look after your hydration

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