The guilt offering was to be slaughtered on the north side of the altar (Lev. 1:11). The blood of this sacrifice is splattered against the sides of the altar
The priest who makes the offering for the man bringing the burnt offering gets to keep the skin or the hide of the animal to use as leather.
All the fat of the animal is to be offered to the Lord by being incinerated on the altar. This includes all the fat that covers the internal organs and the fat tail.
The other portions are kept for the priests to eat as food. The priest and any male member of his family would eat the meat of the guilt offering, but because of significance of the offering, the meat of the guilt offering could not be taken home to eat, but had to be eaten in the sanctuary area.