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 Dangerous Tree Risk Assessment

 

Dangerous tree assessmentUnder section 26.11 of the OHS Regulation, if work will expose a worker to a dangerous tree, either the tree must be felled or a risk assessment of the tree must be undertaken by a person who has completed a training program acceptable to the Board.



Dangerous tree risk assessment is carried out in two very different kinds of location: forests, and rural/urban interfaces.

Regulations and related materials
  • Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, Section 26.1, Definitions (definition of "dangerous tree")
  • Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, Section 26.11, Dangerous trees
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