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Occupational Classification System Manual

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MOG H—Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers, And Laborers
Farm, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations
Include workers who fell trees, saw felled trees into logs, split logs, assemble floating logs into rafts for towing to mill. May use power chain saws, hand cross-cut saws, axes, wedges, malls, pikes, poles, power driven augers; etc. May work alone or as member of a crew. May direct loading of logs onto trailers. May mark logs for identification. Include Lumberjack and Timber Feller.

Last modified: October 16, 2001