As a forestry contractor, the opening plenary session will focus on two primary topics that impact the way you operate and run your business; namely the ability to maintain our 'social license' and carry out forestry operaons in a sustainable manner, and the health and wellness of your employees and the impacts on your teams productivity and your bottom line!
If you are a logger, the LOG will include:
- Lots of take-home practical tips from leading equipment manufacturers and suppliers showcasing the capabilities & benefits of their products / services in relation to machine control, data loggers and machine telematics;
- Insights and perspectives from a forestry contractor who has been in business for over 30 + years;
- Suggestions on how to set realistic expectations & performance measures, as well as proven techniques on coaching and motivating your crew;
- A refresher on best pracces on handling fuel in your operaons;
- How to transfer knowledge and experience from one generaon to another through a mentoring program.
If you operate a truck or own a fleet moving roundwood or chips from roadside to mill:
- Updates on new technologies and best practices from leading truck and trailer manufacturers;
- A trucking company's success in running a self-loading B-train configuration;
- Progress on forest trucking from industry representaves in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick;
- A forest trucking safety session focusing on brakes, tire maintenance, risk assessment, new tools and technologies and key safety messages.
Plan to attend the 2018 Spring Meeting; the only meeting of its kind that brings forestry contractors and woodlands personnel together to focus on running safe, efficient and profitable woodlands operations.
For program details and registration, visit www.cwfcof.org