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Making the cut: fee-free TAFE NSW course helping locals stay safe | Southern Highland News

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A unique short course aimed at teaching people the finer points of chainsaw operation and safety is now open for enrolments at TAFE NSW Moss Vale. The Statement of Attainment in Chainsaw Operations – Trim and Cut is being offered fee-free to eligible residents and offers expert tips and tricks to safely using the powerful garden tools. The course will be held from May 20-21 May at Belanglo State Forest and enrolment spaces are limited. TAFE NSW Forestry Centre Leader Dallas Goldspink said an average of about 1000 Australians were badly injured by chainsaws each year, urging locals to take advantage of the fee-free course to ensure they don’t become a statistic. READ MORE: “A chainsaw in untrained hands is a lethal…



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