Making safety part of good community relations

In all cases, safety is a top priority that licence holders should keep in mind. When those activities occur on the tenure area, the licence holder has, at a minimum, safety accountabilities as the site owner. Even when legal duties are ambiguous, upholding community interests includes the social responsibility to do what you can to minimize the risk of anyone getting hurt. This bulletin gives valuable suggestions for how to incorporate community safety into the work of building and maintaining good relationships with neighbours on and off the community forest.  read more

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