SAFETY EQUIPMENT FOR DIY TREE FELLING

images (7)As you consider cutting down the trees, have an eye on your safety two. They say that life is the only opportunity that comes ones. Tree felling involves very many risks. These can be for you as the FIY feller or to your property around the area where the tree is being cut. You need to adopt the necessary safety measures by ensuring that the right equipment is used. Use of these equipment is necessary as required by regulatory bodies. Even when you involve professionals to remove the trees for you, they too will wear these safety equipment. The question therefore is from Geelong tree removal websites; who are you not to wear them? Some of these equipment are discussed below.

Helmets

Helmets are protections to the head. They are made of hard but shock absorbent material. When you are cutting down the trees, you will be required to wear the helmet for just in case reasons. Debris may from the trees being cut and injury your head. When you are running from a falling tree, you can fall and get a head injury.  The helmet will protect you. However, don’t wait for accidents to occur thinking that you are 100% safe. They are only meant to prevent minor injuries.

Gloves

Your hands needs to be safe as you are cutting down a tree or removing a stump. Gloves will ensure that not access to the hands is made by harmful activities. The gloves needs to be heavy so that they can guarantee protection. Bruises, cuts and infections from some poisonous chemicals, plants and insects are some common things that affect the hands. A better tree grip is also attained with gloves rather than none.

Safety glasses

You will probably be using chainsaws to cut down the trees. There are so many debris produced by these equipment constantly as long as they are cutting. The debris can get into the eyes and cause injuries. To prevent this, wear safety glasses for protection.