Paths to Faller Certification

In British Columbia, all manual tree fallers in forestry operations must be certified.  Falling trees by hand requires highly specialized skills and a commitment to working safely every day.  Fallers need to be aware of physical hazards, the dangers of fatigue and stress, and the exacting requirements of meeting production demands.  Hand falling is not for everyone; however, for those who are up to the challenge, it is a rewarding and satisfying profession.

There are two paths to becoming certified as a faller with the BC Forest Safety Council:

1. New Faller Trainees:

2. Out of Jurisdiction Fallers (not in BC):

Click here for the Faller Certification Information and Application Package.

For more information, call us toll free at 1-877-741-1060 Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm Pacific Standard Time or email us at faller@bcforestsafe.org.


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