Five Hour Chain Saw Demo
1) Welcome
2) What are Safety, Training and an Accident?
3) Personal Protective Equipment
    a) Hardhat, eye, ear protection
    b) Uniform-visibility
    c) Gloves
        i) Mittens
    d) Leg protection
        ii) Chaps
        iii) Pants
        iv) Bibs
        v) UL Labeling
        vi) Care Instructions
    e) Foot protection
        i) Arbor Boot
        ii) Logger Styles
    f) First aid kit
4) Saw Check
    a) Safety features
        i) Chainbrake
        ii) Throttle Interlock
        iii) Chain catch
    b) Cutter Tooth
        i) Depth Gauge
        ii) Point
        iii) Side Plate Angle (90)
        iv) Top Plate Angle (25-30)
        v) Chisel Angle (45)
    c) Filing Techniques
        i) Files
        ii) Guides
        iii) SharpForce
    d) RDT Check
        i) Safety Features
        ii) Visual
        iii) Filters
        iv) Bar, chain, sprocket
        v) Starter Functions
    e) Carburetor/ Run check
         i) Air Filter Clean
        ii) High Speed Flutter
        iii) Chain at Idle
        iv) Runs in all position
        v) Accelerates Smoothly
5) Reactive Forces
    a) Stance / ergonomics
    b) Push back
    c) Pull in
    d) Kickback
    e) Starting corner
6) The Notch & Hinge
    a) Common
    b) Humbolt
    c) Open face
7) Planning
    a) Hazards
        i) Obstacles
        ii) Vines
        iii) Dead tops & branches
        iv) Dead snags
    b) Leans
        i) Side
        ii) Back or forward
    c) Escape route
        i) 45 degrees to rear
        ii) 15 feet from stump
    d) Hinge
        i) 10% wide, 80% long
    e) Back cut plan
8) Felling
    a) Evaluate the plan
    b) Height Measure
    c) Calculate Segments
    d) Wedges/Rope
9) Plan before Limbing
    a) Hazards (overhead & ground)
    b) Twist
    c) Up & Down
    d) Back & Forth
    e) Plan each cut
10) Limbing techniques
    a) LimbLoc
    b) TopLoc
    c) Tongue & groove
    d) Wedge buck
11) Springpoles
    a) 45 degree
    b) Stance
    c) Cutting technique
12) Closing
    a) Communicate with others

Demonstration can accommodate 50+ spectators with adequate site to move people. Site should be relatively quite or PA system will be required (traffic noise, etc should be minimal)

Needed Items:
Participant Hardhats (if in tree covered area)
Wooded area where trees could be felled/removed or---
b) Three log sections 16”-20” diameter / 6’-8’ long (solid, green not dried or hollow logs any species)
c) Two small saplings – 2” base, 8’ in length (used for springpole discussion).
d) Limb section from tree. 4” to 10” limb with three to four small 2”to 4” limb spires. To be used for limb cuts