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ŠUMARSKI LIST 11-12/2016 str. 64     <-- 64 -->        PDF

the fact that workers usually take a break for breakfast in the period from 09:30 to 10:00 h. They relax after breakfast and continue with their work under reduced concentration, which results in injuries.
The most commonly injured body parts were the legs and arms (Figure 9). The most common cause of the injury was the blow of a branch (35%), which is followed by injuries caused by the chainsaw chain (21%) (Figure 10).
When logging and assortment processing in the 2008-2012 period is concerned, it was established that the average number of workdays achieved by injured hardwood loggers was 228.7 days, while the number of days spent for the logging of soft broadleaves was 53. The reason for this was the engagement of harvesters in poplar plantations. However, the average volume of hardwoods logged by the workers was 501.8 m3, while the average volume of soft broadleaves reached