Skid Steer training provides participants a general understanding of the safe and efficient operation of a Skid Steer. Participants will be able to identify specific health and safety hazards associated with operating a Skid Steer.
The two segments to the program include classroom theory & practical evaluation
NOTE: If your Skid Steer’s are propane powered “Certification” of participant in “propane cylinder exchange,” is included in this training program.
How Long Is Skid Steer Safety Training?
Theory training takes approximately three hours. All training is delivered on sight and scheduled to your convenience (off shifts, weekends, whenever and wherever).
PART 2: SKID STEER OPERATOR TRAINING
Skidsteer Operator Evaluation
All Operators completing the “Operator evaluation” must have successfully completed “concepts of safe & efficient driving” training. Each operator of a Skid Steer will be tested in the safe and efficient use of your equipment. Whenever possible, this will be done during production (this will allow for an evaluation under the conditions Operators will be required to operate their Skid Steer). Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be “Certified” as Skid Steer Operators.
Each Operator completes a Pre-shift inspection.
Observed Picking Up A Load:
Propane Handling Observation (If Applicable)
How Long Does The Operator Evaluation Take?
The average time to complete a “Operator evaluation” is one hour, for experienced Operators. It is suggestion that “new” Operators be instructed for a minimum of four hours prior to being evaluated.
Headquarters - Hamilton, Toronto Area (Ontario, Canada)