A fuel hazard rating system was devised for eastern logging slash similar to that of the National Fire Danger Rating System. It involves a series of CALCOMP plots that graphically display normalized predictions of rate of spread and fireline intensity as related to slash species, loading, depth, and condition; and local "average bad” weather conditions. Windspeeds and fuel moisture contents corresponding to local 90 percent fire planning levels are used to represent average bad weather conditions. The graphs can be useful management aids for deciding whether or not slash treatment is needed and what treatments are feasible alternatives. An example is used to illustrate their potential value.