4 hour program

Course Outline:

Establish a process for identifying properties where forest management activities may result in negative impacts to species at risk or their habitats:

  • What is Species at Risk
  • Applicable Legislation
  • Identification of Species
  • Links to other programs
  • How to Approach meeting requirements


Offered on a DEMAND basis

To register, call the FSSNS office at 902-895-1107.

Goals of the FSSNS

  • Save lives and reduce injuries.
  • Reduce all costs associated with work place accidents.
  • Improve profits.
  • Maintain compliance with regulatory bodies.
  • Manage and establish ownership of industry managed loss control programs.
  • Reduce Workers' Compensation rates.
The Forestry Safety Society of Nova Scotia is registered under the Societies Act of Nova Scotia. It is a separate entity, having a Memorandum of Association and By-Laws. The Society is governed by a Board of Directors, representing all sectors of the forest industry.