Understanding and operating heavy equipment is critical for safety on any job site. If you are a heavy equipment operator in the United States, OSHA requires that you are trained and qualified to operate the piece of equipment you are working with. Whatever your industry, Total Equipment Training’s heavy equipment operator training programs are designed so that once completed, both the employer and the operator have the knowledge to comply with OSHA’s regulations.
State and OSHA regulations for heavy equipment owners and operators are different depending on how you are covered under the General Industry Standard or the Construction Standard (which is more stringent). Additionally, some states have their own standards and regulations which need to be adhered to as well.
Total Equipment Training offers a variety of programs and we can train you and your employees on the skills you need to safely operate heavy equipment and meet state and OSHA and government standards. We can help employers in industries such as construction, construction management, equipment management, and shop management.
TET Makes Heavy Equipment Operator Training Easy
Heavy equipment can be dangerous without proper training on use and safety. In addition, for each specific piece of equipment, the proper government and industry standards must be met. This process may seem daunting, but Total Equipment Training provides the instruction and guidance needed to safely and legally operate many kinds of heavy equipment that are required by employers. TET guides you through the certification process by bringing comprehensive and in-depth heavy equipment training to you at your site. This means each training is specifically tailored to your needs. We use your equipment and work at your pace.
TET Heavy Equipment Operator Training Sets You Apart
Total Equipment Training prepares your team to become safety conscious heavy equipment operators by teaching you the necessary skills and knowledge. We use a combination of both hands-on field training and classroom activities (e.g., classroom, interactive computer training, written material), and practical training, including evaluation (hands-on evaluation by a qualified instructor). By successfully completing one of our heavy equipment training programs, you will receive the corresponding completion of program certificate that OSHA recognizes. We offer a wider variety of programs that our competitors while still providing industry-leading training staff. Each training staff member has over 10 years of experience with the heavy equipment you choose to train on. Please see the list of programs offered in our curriculum. combination of formal training. In addition, refresher training is required at least once every three years.
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If you are interested in completing a heavy equipment training program with us, visit our contact page to learn more and get a quote.