Sunday, June 9, 2019

Tiger Torch Demonstration



(Using Tiger Torches in the Woods)

Participants in the ‘Awareness and Use of Tiger Torches Workshop’ will be shown the techniques needed to use torches for igniting and burning brush piles and fallen trees as part of their tree harvesting clean-up operations.
Topics include regulators, torch equipment, set-up, leak checks and operation of hand torches, torch safety checks, personal protection and first aid. This seminar is customized for those participants who need to use propane torches to burn fallen trees in the woods.
Multi-media presentations and handouts illustrate
cylinder components, handling propane tanks, lifting and hoisting of cylinders, propane connectors, vapour withdrawal systems, operation of torches, end of day torch shutdown, torch safety check lists, lighting torches, torch disassembly, precautions and first aid for burns.
This training workshop has a classroom session and an outdoor field session demonstrating the use of tiger torches. Certificates of Awareness are awarded to participants.  

Timing: Year Round

Duration: Half day Seminar is presented as a stand alone seminar with the 2-day Chainsaw/Brushsaw Safety Certification Course.
Seminars are all-inclusive. All of the materials, tiger torches, propane tanks, hoses, props, equipment and take-home handouts are supplied.
For further information, bookings and cost inquiries contact:


Forestry Training Services
590 Rupertsland Avenue
 Winnipeg, MB R2V 0H4
     Cell 1-204-963-2209  
 EMAIL

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