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City & Guilds NPTC Level 3 Award in Aerial Cutting of Trees with a Chainsaw using Free Fall techniques (Formerly CS39) Myerscough College, Tyne And Wear

This course will provide practical experience of aerial cutting of trees using free fall techniques as well as the relevant health and safety legislation and industry good practice.

Study level: Advanced

Duration: Different durations are available for this course

Study mode: Short full time | Customized - run at the client's site in Tyne And Wear

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Chain Saw Safety training-house

Complete maintenance and safety issues connected with safe working with Chain Saws Fully illustrated and explanations given, although online it i

Study level: Not applicable

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Online

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Paragon Training (Health and Safety)
3017A Chain Saw Accidents: The Consequences Safety Video Paragon Training (Health and Safety)

About Chain Saw Accidents: The Consequences As the title indicates, we will explain how to have a chainsaw accident and learn the consequences.

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Distance without attendance

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3011A Chain Saw Safety Safety Video Paragon Training (Health and Safety)

About Chain Saw Safety Public works and other occupations often use chain saws in tree trimming, landscaping maintenance, brush control, and home use.

Duration: Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode: Distance without attendance

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