Saw sense

Australia, 1981

Film
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A chainsaw safety film aimed at both the professional and domestic user. The film is presented by a professional chainsaw operator, Robert Young, an employee of the Hobart City Council’s Mountain Maintenance gang. During a weekend firewood gathering trip, Robert takes us through the basic points of chainsaw safety.

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Credits

director

Jack Zalkalns

producer

John Honey

production company

Tasmanian Film Corporation

Duration

00:16:15:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1981

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