Bulldozers are used in a variety of different earth-moving operations such as for building roadways, residential and commercial construction, as well as demolition projects. Bulldozers can sometimes be a four-wheeled tractor but more commonly is a tracked vehicle. Bulldozers are used for shallow digging as well as ditching; rough grading; spreading soil dumped from trucks; as well as removing trees, stumps, and large rocks. Bulldozers often operate in combination with other heavy equipment on job sites.
Operating these machines means having bulldozer training from OSHA Pros with our 1.5-hour online course.
All powered industrial truck operators must be trained and certified in order to be compliant with these OSHA standards:
Dozer Operator Training Online
This OSHA-compliant online course satisfies that classroom portion for safely operating both tracked and wheeled bulldozers. This online course will prepare students for the required practical observation of safe dozer operations. Among the topics being covered:
In This Course
- Introduction to the equipment
- Anatomy and stability of the equipment
- Maintenance and inspections
- Hazards and safe operation
- Bulldozer attachments
- And more
Approximate course length: 1.5 hours
Language: English (student must be able to read and understand English to complete this course)
Testing: The final exam must be passed successfully with 80% or higher in order to receive your certificate of completion.
Certification: Upon completion, gain access to and print off your test, certificate, and a checklist which can be used by your employer to administer the required practical observation.
Information on Bulldozer Training
Operating a bulldozer is not difficult once you understand the attachments used with dozers and you conduct safety checks each time you go to use a bulldozer.
Yes! OSHA Pros dozer operator training is designed to be taken online. The course is 1.5 hours in length and will prepare you with all of the safety information needed as well as understand dozers and their attachments. This will prepare you for the hands-on evaluation portion that you need to pass.
Bulldozer operators earn a median salary of $35,000. Many new dozer operators make over $20 per hour and experienced operators can make more than $25 per hour.
The dozer operator training from OSHA Pros will provide you with all of the necessary
information and safety details to provide for the proper and safe operation of bulldozers for a
variety of projects. This 1.5-hour online course satisfies the requirements set forth by OSHA to
allow you to become a bulldozer operator. Register for your class today or contact us for more information.
Bulldozer Training Course