Sponsored by York County Farm Bureau
This is a 2-day training limited to 10 participants
Cost per person = $150
Farm Bureau Members = $135
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Mike St. Peter Safety Services provides hands-on, cutting edge safety and operations training for chainsaw users. They have trained over 10,000 people how to use chainsaws for safe and productive tree felling including; the University of Maine School of Forest Resources, Central ME Power Company, ME Department of Transportation, ME Turnpike Authority, and Brookfield Power. This workshop is intended for small woodlot owners, public works employees, land trust, and property managers, those interested in forestry, or just enhanced chainsaw skills and safety in their own backyard. If you work with a chainsaw full or part time this training will benefit you.
WHAT WILL BE COVERED?
Personal Protective Equipment ~ Chainsaw Safety Features and Maintenance Procedures ~ Reactive Forces ~ Chainsaw Operation ~ Ergonomics/Body Positioning ~ Precision Directional Felling ~ Stump Analysis ~ Hazards ~ Limbing and Bucking ~ Participants will receive training certificates upon course completion
FMI: Nick Armentrout 207-604-2290; firstname.lastname@example.org Carlisle Academy at Spring Creek Farm 65 Drown Lane, Lyman, ME www.carlisleacademymaine.com