Chopping down with a chainsaw is one of the most dangerous jobs in agriculture, forestry and horticulture. Therefore, it is required that the chain saw operator has mastered his craft and works professionally. After a tree has been felled, the remaining rootstock of the felled tree shows whether the chainsaw operator has worked expertly and safely.
The "rootstock reading", the cane assessment, shows whether the most essential part of expert work is available when felling trees.
Chainsaw operators, forest owners, entrepreneurs and clients are required to be able to assess or have the work safety of felling work assessed using the stock image.
Was it cut professionally? Are the relevant characteristics of professional precipitation available?
Up to now, a stick assessment was reserved for a professionally experienced and experienced group of people. With the stick guide to go that is a thing of the past.
With the assessment characteristics of notch, notch tendon, break bar dimension, break bar shape, break level and cut position, the user can carry out a meaningful and regular assessment of the stock image.
The results from the stock guide to go can be used universally to assess occupational safety in manual tree felling.
Questions like ...
Are my manual skills, is my quality of work OK?
Do you work safely and professionally in my forest?
Is the health of my employees at risk or do they work with specialist knowledge?
Does the contracted forest company work properly?
... can be answered in a practical manner with the stock guide to go.
Functions such as taking stock photos, recording assessment features, stock images and saving and managing results, as well as practical information and help, make it easy to use and offer knowledge. Stockfibel to go provides information on the prescribed specialist characteristics and at the same time documents the manual execution quality of the chain saw work during tree felling.
The use of the app in training is therefore recommended.
Make a stick assessment with a stock guide to go and you know whether the chain saw operator is working safely or is at risk when working.