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Yıl 2015, Cilt 1, Sayı 2, 93 - 100, 31.12.2015

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  • Vieira, E. M. and Marinho-Filho, J., 1998. Pre-and Post-Fire Habitat Utilization by Rodents of Cerrado from Central Brazil. Biotropic, 30(3): 491–496.
  • Syed, T., 2010. Health Effects of Workplace Chemicals Toluene, Benzene, Methyl ethyl peroxide, and Epichlorohydrim. Occupational and Environmental Health Coalition. Trent University, Oshawa, ON Canada 32 p.
  • Stafoggia, M., Samoli, E., Alessandrini, E., Cadum, E., Ostro, B., Berti, G., ... and Randi, G., 2013. Short-term associations between fine and coarse particulate matter and hospitalizations in Southern Europe: results from the MED-PARTICLES project. Environmental Health Perspectives, 121(9):1026-1033.
  • Sivrikaya, F., Saglam, B., Akay, A.E., Bozali, N. 2014. Evaluation of forest fire risk with GIS. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies. 23(1): 187-194.
  • Serin H., and Akay A.E., 2008. The analyses of noise level during tree bucking operation. XIV. National Congress of Ergonomics. 30 October-1 November. Trabzon, Turkey. pp: 412-416.
  • Poschen, P. and Juntunen, M.L., 1998. Psychosocial Factors, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 21-23. Geneva.
  • Poschen, P., 1998. General Profile, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 62-66. Geneva.
  • Poschen, P., 1998. Skills and training, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 35-36. Geneva.
  • Ponten, B., 1998. Physical Safety Hazards, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 19-20. Geneva.
  • Piccolo, A., Plutino D., Cannistraro G., 2005. Evaluation and analysis of the environmental noise of Messina, Italy. Appl. Acoust. 66(4): 447- 465.
  • Pausas, J.G., Ribeiro, E., Vallejo, R., 2004. Post-fire regeneration variability of Pinus halepensis in the eastern Iberian Peninsula. Forest Ecology and Management, 203(1): 251-259.
  • Page, G.A., 1998. Agricultural Chemicals, Chapter 62: Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals, Chemicals, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(9): 7-8. Geneva.
  • Ozturk, T., Hasdemir, M., Senturk, N., 2011. Usage of modern forest harvesting machinery in extracting salvage timber in forest lands after fire. I. National Mediterranean Forestry and Environment Symposium, 26-28 October, Kahramanmaraş, Turkey.
  • Neitzel R., and Yost M., 2001. Task-based Assessment of Occupational Vibration and Noise Exposures in Forestry Workers. The International Mountain Logging and 11th Pacific Northwest Skyline Symposium, 10-12 December, Seattle, WA, USA. pp: 21-27
  • Mundial, B., 1991. Environmental assessment sourcebook; sectoral guidelines (Vol. 140). The World Bank, Washington DC, USA. 282 p.
  • Menemencioglu, K., 2012. Workplace Labor Conditions and Problems in Agriculture and Forestry, Turkish Journal of Scientific Reviews, 5(2):72-76.
  • Mergler, D., and Valciukas, J.A., 1998. Nervous System: Overview, Chapter 7: Nervous System, Body, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), ILO, 1(1): 2. Geneva.
  • Melemez, K., 2015. Risk factor analysis of fatal forest harvesting accidents: a case study in Turkey. Safety Science, 79:369-378.
  • Karanasiou A., Moreno N., Moreno T., Viana M., de Leeuw F., Querol X., 2012. Health effects from Sahara dust episodes in Europe: literature review and research gaps. Environ Int, 47:107–114.
  • Kangas, J., 1998. Chemical Hazards, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J.M. Stellman (ed.), ILO, 3(10): 23-25. Geneva, France.
  • Kaloyanova-Simeonova, K., Kundiev, Y.I., Shenker, A.M., 1998. Pesticides, Chapter 62: Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals, Chemicals, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(9): 9-16. Geneva, France.
  • Hänninen O.O., Salonen R.O., Koistinen K., Lanki T., Barregard L., Jantunen M., 2009. Population exposure to fine particles and estimated excess mortality in Finland from an East European wildfire episode. J. Expo Sci. Environ Epidemiol, 19:414–422.
  • Gumus, S. and Turk, Y., 2012. Investigation to Determine Data of Some Safety and Health Conditions of Forest Logging Workers, Kastamonu Univ. Journal of Forestry Faculty 12(1):20-27.
  • GDF, 2011. Activities of Fighting Against Forest Fires, Assessment Report for 2010, Ankara. 152 p.
  • Gellerstedt, S., 1993. Work and Health in Forest Work. Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Germany.
  • Garland, P.E., 2013. A Look at Logger Training after 35 years, Council on Forest Engineering Annual Meeting, Forest Operations for a Changing Landscape, 7-10 July, Missoula, Montana, USA.
  • Enez, K., 2008. Assessment of Anthropometric Data and Working Posture as Accident Risk Factors in Forest Harvesting Workmanship, Ph.D. Thesis, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, Turkey. 169 p.
  • Durnin J.V.G.A. and Passmore R., 1967. Energy, work and leisure. Heinemann Educational Books Ltd., London, UK.
  • Demir, M., Kucukosmanoglu, A., Hasdemir, M., Ozturk, T., Acar, H.H., 2009. Assessment of Forest Roads and Firebreaks in Turkey. African Journal of Biotechnology 8(18):4553-4561.
  • Coban, H.O. and Eker, M., 2010. Analysis of Forest Road Network Conditions Before and After Forest Fire, FORMEC 2010 Forest Engineering: Meeting the Needs of the Society and the Environment, July 11-14, Padova, Italy.
  • Bilici E., 2014. Problems and Solution Options in the Harvesting Studies after Forest Fire, Ph.D. Thesis, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey. 125p.
  • Bilici, E., 2009. A Study on the Integration of Firebreaks and Fireline with Forest Roads Networks and It's Planning and Construction (A Case Study of Gallipoly National Park), Istanbul University. Faculty of Forestry Journal Series: A. 59(2):86-102.
  • Bayoglu S., 1996. Planning forest transportation. Istanbul University Publication. No: 3941. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Augusta, J., 1998. Biological Hazards among Forestry Workers. Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 25-27. Geneva, France.
  • Apud, E., 1998. Living Conditions, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 36-37. Geneva, France.
  • Akyurek, O., Arslan, O., and Karademir, A., 2013. Spatial analysis of air pollution parameters SO2 and PM10 with GIS: A case study of Kocaeli province. The Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (UCTEA) Geographical Information System Congress. 11-13 November, Ankara, Turkey.
  • Akay, A.E., Wing, G.M., Sivrikaya, F., Sakar, D., 2012. A GIS-based decision support system for determining the shortest and safest route to forest fires: a case study in Mediterranean Region of Turkey. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184(3):1391-1407.
  • Akay, A.E. and Yenilmez, N., 2008. Work Safety and Health Problems of Loggers: A Sample of Alanya Forest Enterprise in Turkey. International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences 2 (3): 125-128.
  • Akay, A.E. and Yenilmez, N., 2007. Investigating the health and work safety problems of forest fire fighters: Directorate of Alanya Forest Enterprise Sample. 13. National Ergonomics Congress. 6-8 December. Kayseri, Turkey.
  • Akay, A.E., Sessions, J., Bettinger, P. Toupin, R., Eklund A., 2006. Evaluating the Salvage Value of Fire-killed Timber by Helicopter-Effects of Time since Fire and Yarding Distance, Western Journal of Applied Forestry 21(2): 102-107.
  • Acar H.H. and Senturk N., 1999. A Study on health of the forestry workers in Artvin region. I.U. Journal of Faculty of Forestry 39: 25-39.

Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations

Yıl 2015, Cilt 1, Sayı 2, 93 - 100, 31.12.2015

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Logging operations are generally listed in the most dangerous work groups since they require very heavy and difficult tasks. Besides, they are performed in varying, unpredictable, and uncontrolled work environment. In Turkey, traditional logging operations with limited usage of mechanized harvesting systems potentially increase occupational health and work safety problems. On the other hand, the logging operations can become even more dangerous during timber salvage activities after fire because regular work conditions dramatically change and work environment may carry different risks in fire-damaged stands. In this study, it was aimed to evaluate risk factors associated with post-fire salvage logging operations considering occupational health and safety problems. By synthesizing previously conducted studies and works, potential risk factors in regular logging operations were presented and then additional risk factors related with salvage logging operations were discussed. Finally, some suggestions were provided to reduce risks associated with post-fire salvage logging operations.    

Kaynakça

  • Vieira, E. M. and Marinho-Filho, J., 1998. Pre-and Post-Fire Habitat Utilization by Rodents of Cerrado from Central Brazil. Biotropic, 30(3): 491–496.
  • Syed, T., 2010. Health Effects of Workplace Chemicals Toluene, Benzene, Methyl ethyl peroxide, and Epichlorohydrim. Occupational and Environmental Health Coalition. Trent University, Oshawa, ON Canada 32 p.
  • Stafoggia, M., Samoli, E., Alessandrini, E., Cadum, E., Ostro, B., Berti, G., ... and Randi, G., 2013. Short-term associations between fine and coarse particulate matter and hospitalizations in Southern Europe: results from the MED-PARTICLES project. Environmental Health Perspectives, 121(9):1026-1033.
  • Sivrikaya, F., Saglam, B., Akay, A.E., Bozali, N. 2014. Evaluation of forest fire risk with GIS. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies. 23(1): 187-194.
  • Serin H., and Akay A.E., 2008. The analyses of noise level during tree bucking operation. XIV. National Congress of Ergonomics. 30 October-1 November. Trabzon, Turkey. pp: 412-416.
  • Poschen, P. and Juntunen, M.L., 1998. Psychosocial Factors, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 21-23. Geneva.
  • Poschen, P., 1998. General Profile, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 62-66. Geneva.
  • Poschen, P., 1998. Skills and training, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 35-36. Geneva.
  • Ponten, B., 1998. Physical Safety Hazards, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 19-20. Geneva.
  • Piccolo, A., Plutino D., Cannistraro G., 2005. Evaluation and analysis of the environmental noise of Messina, Italy. Appl. Acoust. 66(4): 447- 465.
  • Pausas, J.G., Ribeiro, E., Vallejo, R., 2004. Post-fire regeneration variability of Pinus halepensis in the eastern Iberian Peninsula. Forest Ecology and Management, 203(1): 251-259.
  • Page, G.A., 1998. Agricultural Chemicals, Chapter 62: Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals, Chemicals, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(9): 7-8. Geneva.
  • Ozturk, T., Hasdemir, M., Senturk, N., 2011. Usage of modern forest harvesting machinery in extracting salvage timber in forest lands after fire. I. National Mediterranean Forestry and Environment Symposium, 26-28 October, Kahramanmaraş, Turkey.
  • Neitzel R., and Yost M., 2001. Task-based Assessment of Occupational Vibration and Noise Exposures in Forestry Workers. The International Mountain Logging and 11th Pacific Northwest Skyline Symposium, 10-12 December, Seattle, WA, USA. pp: 21-27
  • Mundial, B., 1991. Environmental assessment sourcebook; sectoral guidelines (Vol. 140). The World Bank, Washington DC, USA. 282 p.
  • Menemencioglu, K., 2012. Workplace Labor Conditions and Problems in Agriculture and Forestry, Turkish Journal of Scientific Reviews, 5(2):72-76.
  • Mergler, D., and Valciukas, J.A., 1998. Nervous System: Overview, Chapter 7: Nervous System, Body, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), ILO, 1(1): 2. Geneva.
  • Melemez, K., 2015. Risk factor analysis of fatal forest harvesting accidents: a case study in Turkey. Safety Science, 79:369-378.
  • Karanasiou A., Moreno N., Moreno T., Viana M., de Leeuw F., Querol X., 2012. Health effects from Sahara dust episodes in Europe: literature review and research gaps. Environ Int, 47:107–114.
  • Kangas, J., 1998. Chemical Hazards, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J.M. Stellman (ed.), ILO, 3(10): 23-25. Geneva, France.
  • Kaloyanova-Simeonova, K., Kundiev, Y.I., Shenker, A.M., 1998. Pesticides, Chapter 62: Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals, Chemicals, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(9): 9-16. Geneva, France.
  • Hänninen O.O., Salonen R.O., Koistinen K., Lanki T., Barregard L., Jantunen M., 2009. Population exposure to fine particles and estimated excess mortality in Finland from an East European wildfire episode. J. Expo Sci. Environ Epidemiol, 19:414–422.
  • Gumus, S. and Turk, Y., 2012. Investigation to Determine Data of Some Safety and Health Conditions of Forest Logging Workers, Kastamonu Univ. Journal of Forestry Faculty 12(1):20-27.
  • GDF, 2011. Activities of Fighting Against Forest Fires, Assessment Report for 2010, Ankara. 152 p.
  • Gellerstedt, S., 1993. Work and Health in Forest Work. Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Germany.
  • Garland, P.E., 2013. A Look at Logger Training after 35 years, Council on Forest Engineering Annual Meeting, Forest Operations for a Changing Landscape, 7-10 July, Missoula, Montana, USA.
  • Enez, K., 2008. Assessment of Anthropometric Data and Working Posture as Accident Risk Factors in Forest Harvesting Workmanship, Ph.D. Thesis, Karadeniz Technical University, Trabzon, Turkey. 169 p.
  • Durnin J.V.G.A. and Passmore R., 1967. Energy, work and leisure. Heinemann Educational Books Ltd., London, UK.
  • Demir, M., Kucukosmanoglu, A., Hasdemir, M., Ozturk, T., Acar, H.H., 2009. Assessment of Forest Roads and Firebreaks in Turkey. African Journal of Biotechnology 8(18):4553-4561.
  • Coban, H.O. and Eker, M., 2010. Analysis of Forest Road Network Conditions Before and After Forest Fire, FORMEC 2010 Forest Engineering: Meeting the Needs of the Society and the Environment, July 11-14, Padova, Italy.
  • Bilici E., 2014. Problems and Solution Options in the Harvesting Studies after Forest Fire, Ph.D. Thesis, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey. 125p.
  • Bilici, E., 2009. A Study on the Integration of Firebreaks and Fireline with Forest Roads Networks and It's Planning and Construction (A Case Study of Gallipoly National Park), Istanbul University. Faculty of Forestry Journal Series: A. 59(2):86-102.
  • Bayoglu S., 1996. Planning forest transportation. Istanbul University Publication. No: 3941. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Augusta, J., 1998. Biological Hazards among Forestry Workers. Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 25-27. Geneva, France.
  • Apud, E., 1998. Living Conditions, Chapter 68: Forestry, Industries Based on Biological Resources, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, J. M. Stellman (ed.), International Labor Office (ILO), 3(10): 36-37. Geneva, France.
  • Akyurek, O., Arslan, O., and Karademir, A., 2013. Spatial analysis of air pollution parameters SO2 and PM10 with GIS: A case study of Kocaeli province. The Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects (UCTEA) Geographical Information System Congress. 11-13 November, Ankara, Turkey.
  • Akay, A.E., Wing, G.M., Sivrikaya, F., Sakar, D., 2012. A GIS-based decision support system for determining the shortest and safest route to forest fires: a case study in Mediterranean Region of Turkey. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 184(3):1391-1407.
  • Akay, A.E. and Yenilmez, N., 2008. Work Safety and Health Problems of Loggers: A Sample of Alanya Forest Enterprise in Turkey. International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences 2 (3): 125-128.
  • Akay, A.E. and Yenilmez, N., 2007. Investigating the health and work safety problems of forest fire fighters: Directorate of Alanya Forest Enterprise Sample. 13. National Ergonomics Congress. 6-8 December. Kayseri, Turkey.
  • Akay, A.E., Sessions, J., Bettinger, P. Toupin, R., Eklund A., 2006. Evaluating the Salvage Value of Fire-killed Timber by Helicopter-Effects of Time since Fire and Yarding Distance, Western Journal of Applied Forestry 21(2): 102-107.
  • Acar H.H. and Senturk N., 1999. A Study on health of the forestry workers in Artvin region. I.U. Journal of Faculty of Forestry 39: 25-39.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Mühendislik
Bölüm Review Article
Yazarlar

Ebru Bilici Bu kişi benim


Abdullah E. Akay
0000-0001-6558-9029

Yayımlanma Tarihi 31 Aralık 2015
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2015, Cilt 1, Sayı 2

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APA Bilici, E. & Akay, A. E. (2015). Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations . European Journal of Forest Engineering , 1 (2) , 93-100 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/ejfe/issue/17009/177741
MLA Bilici, E. , Akay, A. E. "Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations" . European Journal of Forest Engineering 1 (2015 ): 93-100 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/ejfe/issue/17009/177741>
Chicago Bilici, E. , Akay, A. E. "Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations". European Journal of Forest Engineering 1 (2015 ): 93-100
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AMA Bilici E. , Akay A. E. Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations. Eur J Forest Eng. 2015; 1(2): 93-100.
Vancouver Bilici E. , Akay A. E. Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations. European Journal of Forest Engineering. 2015; 1(2): 93-100.
IEEE E. Bilici ve A. E. Akay , "Risks Factors Associated with Post-Fire Salvage Logging Operations", European Journal of Forest Engineering, c. 1, sayı. 2, ss. 93-100, Ara. 2016

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