Saw Operator

The Forestry Saw-operator works in a plantation and is responsible for the cutting of trees
Fells trees in forests and cuts them into logs
Uses an axe, annual saw or chain-saw
Observes the tree and determines the direction in which it should fall when cut
Makes an undercut in the trunk and then a saw-cut on the opposite side to meet the undercut which causes the tree to fall in the right direction.
The sawmill saw-operator:
Works in the sawmill where felled trees are processed
Operates the following machines:  band-saw, frame-saw and circular saw.  It is important that both the forestry and sawmill saw-operator should be extremely cautions because of the high-risk nature of the job