Severing Uprooted or Windblown Trees (previously CS34 & CS35) Unit 302 C&G
Our course in dealing with uprooted and windblown trees, will provide you with the opportunity to practice and update your skills, appropriate techniques and safety guidelines required in order to ensure that you are not only confident when using a chainsaw but also aware of the relevant health and safety guidelines in relation to dealing with uprooted and windblown trees.
Once you have completed and passed the course you will gain a recognised certificate in training for uprooted and windblown trees – Unit 302. This replaces the old CS34 and CS35 units.
Who is it for?
This course is specifically aimed at people who are required to deal with a variety of windblown trees. You will have prior chainsaw operating experience and be certified in chainsaw maintenance and basic and advanced felling techniques.
You will have the appropriate old units CS30, CS31 and CS32 or the new Units 201 & 202, 203 and 301.
- Regulations and safety requirements related to the use of chainsaws.
- Assessing lying windblown and broken timber and make decisions on appropriate action.
- Cut windblown trees using appropriate techniques.
- Operate a winch to control movement of root plates and or stem.
- Dismantling crown of tree.
- Cross cutting and stacking timber.
- Title: Severing Uprooted or Windblown Trees Using a Chainsaw
- Course Code: Unit 302 (previously CS34 & CS35)
- Cost: £580 plus VAT per person to include Registration, City & Guilds/NPTC Assessment, Certificate and ID Card.
Prices may vary depending on location and/or numbers.
- Duration: 3 days plus assessment
Chainsaw Maintenance and Cross-Cutting (Units 201/202)
Felling and Processing Trees up to 380mm (Unit 203) and
Felling and Processing Trees over 380mm (Unit 301)
Learners will require...
- Operator's maintenance kit and equipment.
- Safety equipment to include:
- Chainsaw helmet, Chainsaw gloves, Chainsaw trousers
- Chainsaw boots
- Felling wedges
- Long felling lever
- Hand winch (3,000kg minimum)
- Strops and shackles
- Packed lunch