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To be honest its a loose/loose thing . You could put an electric fence round it then get done coz the trespasser got a shock . The only way to make sure no one climbs on your stack and gets injured is to not have a stack . 

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been involved with 1 or 2 log stacks over the years, and when we are working where there is public access (which is not your problem or worry) we all ways state on a RA sheet signage as per forestry handbook page 65 and as i understand this, 1 sign at site entrance stating forestry opperations in progress, the same sign approx 100 mtrs from work site, and if there are timber stacks on site, a sign like the one above saying do not climb on timber stacks, place signs out and take photos and this should cover you,

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This is what the Forestry Commission (well, Natural Resources Wales) and Woodland Trust do near me - enormous stacks, a few signs (usually) and full public access.

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This is what the Forestry Commission (well, Natural Resources Wales) and Woodland Trust do near me - enormous stacks, a few signs (usually) and full public access.
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Looks like a toy van.

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