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Contract: Report By Landowner - Forest, Range & Timber Industry

The landowner needs to complete and submit this form before any contractural agreement with a forest, range and/or timber industry contractor can start any work that is covered by this agreement.



Form
F213-010-000
 
Contract: Report By Contractor - Forest, Range & Timber Industry

This report by the contractor needs to be completed and sent before any contractural agreement with a forest, range and/or timber industry landowner can start any work covered by this agreement.



Form
F213-011-000
 
Reforestation Contract Supplemental Report - Forest, Range and Timber Industry

Used by an employer to report worker hours for each individual contract with a timber landowner. This is a supplemental document to the Contract: Report by Contractor - Forest, Range & Timber Industry (F213-011-000).



Form
F213-013-000
 
Reforestation Industry Continuation Sheet (Over $10,000)

Used by contractors to report contracts over $10,000. Reforestation industry contractors must report worker hours for each individual contract with a timber landowner. This form should accompany the quarterly report.



Form
F213-015-000
 
Safety Standards for Logging Operations WAC 296-54

This chapter establishes safety practices for all types of logging, log road construction and other forest activities using logging machinery and/or power saws regardless of the end use of the wood. This includes; logging, cutting and transporting timber, cutting timber, log harvesting logging, pulpwood logging camps, rails, rough wood, manufacturing, stump removing in the field, timber piling, timber pole cutting, tree chipping in the field, wood chipping in the field. In addition, logging and personal protective equipment, hand and portable powered tools, falling and bucking, tree pulling, mechanized falling, climbing equipment, rigging, spars, wire rope and various types of cable logging systems, guylines, tail/lift trees and anchors, yarding, skidding, landing, transportation of logs and stationary trailer loaders, log unloading, booms, and rafting grounds, transportation crews, signals and signal systems.



Manual
F414-016-000
 
Guidelines for Selecting Reserve Trees
Book: Provides technical guidance on retaining reserve trees in concert with safe work practices and forest and wildlife management goals. Produced cooperatively by state and federal agencies and industry groups.

Publication
F417-092-000
 





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