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  44. "Educational Materials - Slid-tapes and Films." Forestry Media Center.
     
  45. Elliot, Emily T. "Chronology of Maine Logging History."
     
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  53. "ESCO serves you with a complete line of rigging, conveying and earthmoving equipment." ESCO Corporation.
     
  54. "Exhibitors, Northeastern Loggers Expo." Northeastern Loggers Expo.
     
  55. "Failure to Set a Parking Brake Kills Logger." FIRM Coalition Forest Industry Risk Management Coalition.
     
  56. "Fallers & Buckers Handbook." Workers Compensation Board.
     
  57. "Falling and Bucking Safety Guide." Department of Insurance & Finance, Oregon OSHA.
     
  58. "Fax: Personal Protective Equipment." Nortim Corporation.
     
  59. "Feller Buncher." Caterpillar.
     
  60. "Felling Levers & Wedges." N.B. Occupational Health and Safety Commission.
     
  61. "For Tree Care Operations - Pruning, Trimming, Repairing, Maintaining, and Removing Trees, and Cutting Brush - Safety Requirements." ANSI American National Standards Institute.
     
  62. "Forestry Tool Vest." CSA Direct.
     
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  66. Frodyma, Frank. "Memorandum for: Regional Administrators ILO Forestry Workforce Network."
     
  67. "Grapple' with the Best!" Robotec, Inc.
     
  68. "Harvesters Woodstar Harvesting System." Valmet Logging.
     
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  71. "Husqvarna Work Technique for Felling and Limbing." Husqvarna Forestry Technique.
     
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  73. "Igland Equipment and Accessories." Hakmet.
     
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  75. "Industrial Forestry Forum - Northeastern Technical Division." American Pulpwood Association, Inc. (date unknown).
     
  76. "Injuries in the Logging Industry." U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of Labor Statistics.
     
  77. "Inspection Report - Independent Contractors." Cousineau, Inc.
     
  78. "Intermittent Noise Exposure and Associated Damage Risk to Hearing of Chain Saw Operators." Mark Schmidek & Paul Carpenter.
     
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  84. "Leg Protection Testing Report." American Pulpwood Association, Inc.
     
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  88. "Log by Pass Grapples-Rotor." Robotec, Inc.
     
  89. "Logger Education Program." Letter. University of Connecticut.
     
  90. "Loggers Forestry's Format Line." Journal of Forestry.
     
  91. "The Logger's Guide." American Pulpwood Association, Inc.
     
  92. "The Logger's Guide to OSHA Logging Safety Standards." American Pulpwood Association, Inc.
     
  93. "Loggers World." Loggers World Publications - Workers' Compensation Department, Accident Prevention Division.
     
  94. Logging. Oregon Safety and Health Code. Oregon Administrative Rules Division 6, Chapter 437. Covers cables and helicopter.
     
  95. "Logging Fatalities by State." National Traumatic Occupational Fatalities Database.
     
  96. "Logging (From felling to First Haul)." NIOSH U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
     
  97. "Logging Occupational Safety and Health Standards." Alaska Department of Labor.
     
  98. Logging Operation Final Rule. OSHA Administration.
     
  99. "Logging Professional's Safety Handbook." Northern Woods Safety Foundation.
     
  100. "Looking Forward ... and Back." The Northern Logger and Timber Processor.
     
  101. "Loss Prevention Manual." Nortim Corporation.
     
  102. "Lumber Jack Complete Head and Hearing Protection for the Lumber and Agricultural Industry." PELTOR.
     
  103. "Maintenance and Safety Manual." Oregon.
     
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  106. "Measuring the Perfect Fit." SawJammer.
     
  107. "Meeting Agenda." Letter. Certified Logging Professionals (1998, March 12).
     
  108. "Membership Register." The Forestry Workforce Network.
     
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  117. "NED." USDA Forest Service.
     
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  122. "Occupational Safety and Health Reporter." Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
     
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  124. "One Simple Message." Northern Woods Safety Foundation.
     
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  126. "Operator's Safety Manual Referring to ANSI B175.1-1991." Husqvarna Sweden.
     
  127. "Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Code: Logging." Department of Insurance and Finance, State of Oregon.
     
  128. "Organized Felling - Rules and methods for organizing the work of final felling." Husqvarna Forestry Technique.
     
  129. "Organized Thinning." Husqvarna Forestry Technique.
     
  130. "OSHA Blood Borne Pathogen Standard." American Pulpwood Association.
     
  131. "OSHA Inspectors Hit the Woods - to Learn." The Northern Logger & Timber Processor.
     
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  138. "Prentice performance to put your money on...." Omark Industries.
     
  139. "Production Felling Through Safety: The Game of Logging." Memic Safety Services (1994), 37 pages.
     
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  141. "The Professional Knows that Danger can strike in the 'Blink of an Eye.' " SawJammer.
     
  142. "Professional Mechanical Harvesting Practices." American Pulpwood Association.
     
  143. "Proper Felling Techniques." Forest Products Accident Prevention Association.
     
  144. "Put'er Ther - A Directional Felling Program." Northern Woods Safety Foundation.
     
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  152. "Safety Precautions and Warnings for Stihl Brushcutters." STIHL.
     
  153. "Safety Precautions and Warnings for STIHL Cutquik." STIHL.
     
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  158. "SawJammer Ordering List." SawJammer.
     
  159. "SawJammer PRO Chainsaw Protection for the Professional Logger." SawJammer.
     
  160. "SawJammer Pro Retail Price List." SawJammer.
     
  161. SawJammer Protective Boots-Pro, Slip-on. SawJammer.
     
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  164. "SawJammer Slip-on Retail Price List." SawJammer Company.
     
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  168. Skidder, Denis. "Blade Grapple - Cleaning up the Place."
     
  169. "Soloman, Richard D. "Game of Logging Mailing List." Letter. Eoo Logic Resources.
     
  170. "Standard Specification for Foot Protection for Chain Saw Users." American Society for Testing & Materials.
     
  171. "Standard Test Method for Measurement of Cut Resistance to Chain Saw in Lower Body (Legs) Protective Clothing." American Society for Testing & Materials.
     
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  173. "The STIHL National Forestry Heroism Award." STIHL.
     
  174. "Survey of Chain Brake Stopping Time in Eastern Canada." Feric-Wayne Novak.
     
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  178. Toscano, Guy and Windau, Janice. "National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries - Compensation & Working Conditions."  (1994).
     
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  180. "Tree Trimming." National Safety Council.
     
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  183. "Under Construction." SawJammer.
     
  184. "Unified Game of Logging Meeting Notes." Unified Game of Logging.
     
  185. "Unified Game of Logging Organizational Chart." Unified Game of Logging.
     
  186. "Unified Game of Logging Proposal." Unified Game of Logging.
     
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