October 12 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
SAWW Training is an umbrella organization that promotes safe and efficient chainsaw use, both professionally and recreationally, and oversees the development of training curriculums and the training of trainers. SAWW Certified Trainers are experts in their field. They are required to have extensive sawing experience, to participate in a rigorous certification process, and to refresh their skills in an annual training course. Certified Trainers stay current in regulation changes, and in safety and utilization techniques.
Level One review. Maintenance, hands-on filing, carburetor adjustment, limbing techniques, precision felling assessment, and precision at the stump, including notching, hinge, species differences and terrain. Felling practice.
This course is being sponsored by Dane County Parks and is being taught by certified SAWW (Safety and Woods Worker) trainer Luke Saunders of Adaptive Restoration. Level 1 and Level 2 are part of the four-level SAWW series designed to increase safety and efficiency of chainsaw use – for more information on the SAWW program see http://www.sawwtraining.com/about-us.html.
What to Bring:
- Chaps and helmet (students may borrow instructors at no charge)
- Proper footwear (ie steel-toe work boots)
- Pack a lunch and a water bottle
- If you have a chainsaw bring it, the instructor will lend you one if you do not own one
PAYMENT AND RETURN POLICY