Inspect debarked pulpwood logs.
What does a Wood Inspector do?
Inspects debarked pulpwood logs used in the manufacture of paper and related materials: Observes logs passing on conveyor to detect completeness of debarking process. Removes partially debarked logs from conveyor and places them in pushcart. Pushes filled cart to feed end of debarker for recycling of logs. Empties contents of cart onto conveyor, pushes cart back to inspection area, and resumes inspection.