Determining labor and equipment costs of logging crews Public Deposited

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  • Small, independent logging contractors can benefit from cost control and cost planning. This report details the labor and equipment cost components of a logging crew. Records, both required and available for determining costs, are discussed. Recommended costing procedures are illustrated. Although the study took place in the Pacific Northwest, the principles apply to all logging companies. Production records available to logging contractors are also described. These records determine the amount of volume removed from an area for a period of time. Cost and production for the same time period can be used to determine the unit cost of production. An essential part of any logging operation is the maintenance of job quality and safety standards. This report describes the methods being used to insure that quality and safety standards are met.
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