The Master Thesis is detecting the rate of physical workload as well as the noise exposure and whole-body vibration of driver transporting timber in forestry truck in order to compare the results with the acceptable level as laid down in EU and Slovenian legislation. The recordings took place during transportation of timber with the new forestry truck MAN 28.480 TGS, ten recording days for the purpose of recognising the basic structure of working hours as well as physical workload and one day for the purpose of recognising the exposure to noise and whole-body vibration. The results showed that physical workload of the truck driver is too hight, because the working pulse (HRw) with 43 beats/min is above the internationally agreed level. Furthermore, the physical workload is increasing during working hours. The highest rate of workload was measured during operations of moving the truck while loading (HRw = 56 beats/min) and unloading (HRw = 53 beats/min). The noise exposure in eight working hours (LAeq.kor = 77,0 dB(A), LCpeak = 126,7 dB(C)) was below the acceptable level. On the other hand, RMS values and VDV values of exposure to the whole-body vibration (RMS Y = 0,62 m/s2, VDV Y = 14,25 m/s1,75) exceeded the action value of daily exposure. The driver is most burdened with the noise exposure and whole-body vibration while loading and unloading cargo as well as while driving on macadam road. The longer is the distance travelled the more is exposure to noise and whole-body vibration of forestry truck driver decreasing. In order to protect health and to prevent occupational diseases and injuries the physical workload and exposure to the whole-body vibration of the forestry truck driver should be reduced in the process of loading and unloading.