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Logging Diagrams

In the logging industry, there are many different ways to get the job done. Depending on the terrain, this job can be a real monumental task. Below are diagrams of some of the different methods used for yarding & loading, splicing, and hand signals, as well as some of Work Safe BC's diagrams on safe and efficient forest practices. Also, for a more in-depth look at Yarding & Splicing, please follow these links:

 

   
 
Boom Loading
 
Guy Line Loading
 
Heelboom Loading
 
Highlead Logging
 
Spreader Bar Loading
 
Nose Boom Loading
 
Skidder Operation
 
 
Boom Loading
 
Guy Line Loading
 
Heelboom Loading
 
Highlead Logging
 
Spreader Bar Loading
 
Nose Boom Loading
 
Skidder Operation
                                   
     
Slackline System
 
Tight Skyline (Northbend)
 
Tight Skyline (Southbend)
 
Tyler System
 
Hayrack Boom Loading
 
Bucking Safety
 
Audible Logging Signals
   
     
Slackline System
 
Tight Skyline North
 
Tight Skyline South
 
Tyler System
 
Hayrack Boom
 
Bucking Safety
 
Logging Signals
   
                                   
     
Eye Splicing
 
Short Splice
 
Guyline Hitch
 
Yarding Hand Signals
  Yarding Hand Signals  
Yarding Hand Signals
 
Audible Logging Signals
   
     
Eye Splicing
 
Short Splice
 
Guyline Hitch
 
Hand Signals 1
 
Hand Signals 2
 
Hand Signals 3
 
High Lead Signals