Feller-buncher Operator Breaks Power Line

  • Authors: Thompson, J.
  • Publication Year: 2014
  • Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
  • Source: Safety Alert 14-S-6. Forest Operations Review (May 2014): 33

Abstract

On a summer day in the South, a rubber-tired feller-buncher operator was performing a first thinning in a pine plantation. The feller-buncher was working in a new area of the stand, removing the take-down row and thinning the two rows on either side. The trees were approximately 15 years old, and there was a relatively thick layer of underbrush. The stand of timber surrounded the landowner’s home.

  • Citation: Thompson, J. 2014. Feller-buncher Operator Breaks Power Line. Safety Alert 14-S-6. Forest Operations Review (May 2014): 33. 1 p.
  • Posted Date: September 22, 2015
  • Modified Date: October 27, 2015
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