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NPTC Chainsaw Maintenance and Cross Cutting (CS30) 002003 November 2017




City & Guilds NPTC Level 2 Award in Chainsaw Maintenance and Cross Cutting (CS30) 002003

£385.00 per candidate (Please add the required number of candidates to your basket)

Training: 20th and 21st November 2017
Assessment: 24th & 27th November 2017

Venue: Meynell Langley Hall, Meynell Langley, Kirk Langley, Ashbourne DE6 4NT

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to call the DART Short Courses Team on 01332 794910 (option 2) or you can email ShortCourses@darttraining.co.uk


Detailed Description

Independent Assessment

This qualification is about the maintenance of a chainsaw and cross-cutting trees at ground level. Chainsaws used in aerial and ground work are covered. This work will be carried out in a workshop or a woodland environment. “Routine” in this standard means corrective and preventative maintenance that is carried out daily or at regular intervals by the operator prior to and during work.

Cross-cutting operations will include cross-cutting timber under tension in the form of fallen branches, tops, tree sections, severed uprooted stems, horizontal stems, or any timber in a similar situation. This describes the cross-cutting of trees or timber into either manageable sections or to a given length and diameter specification, either where trees have been felled (“at stump”), or at a conversion point to where trees or timber have been extracted. Cross-cutting operations are often carried out in conjunction with the snedding or de-limbing process. Timber under low and moderate tension is covered, but not timber under the extreme tensions found in e.g. windblown trees. The severing of root-plates is excluded.

If you are working with chemicals or machinery you need to be appropriately trained or certificated in line with current legislation. This standard is for those using chainsaws.

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