Module 14: Hiring and Working with a Woodland Contractor

Module 14 - Lesson 2 Quiz

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Woodland roads should be constructed to accommodate semi-trailers.

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Watercourse crossings are best accomplished by the cheapest, quickest method available.

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It is important to address any potential conflicts with your contractor as quickly as possible.

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The best way to avoid misunderstandings about the location of a right-of-way is to mark it with flagging tape.

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A contractor’s credentials and reputation are very important when choosing a contractor.

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To keep costs down, a short simple contract without much detail is preferred for woodland work.

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You can usually just assume that a woodland contractor has adequate insurance, and that proof is not needed.

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A contractor must have Workers Compensation Insurance.

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Work should only be started by a contractor once both parties have signed an agreed contract.

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If you are satisfied that a contractor has done a good job, you should be willing to provide a reference for him.

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