How to Become a Skid Steer Operator
Skid Steer Certification & Training Online
Skid steers are multipurpose machines that are practical for both personal and professional applications. But if your construction worksite requires a skid steer or you yourself are seeking to improve your own skills by learning how to safely operate a skid steer, then you need skid steer certification and operator training. We are here to help!
At OSHA Pros, LLC, we offer affordable and practical OSHA skid steer certification training online.
Designed to improve skid steer safety and efficient operation, this OSHA training course covers a wide range of topics related to track loaders, safety hazards, loader parts/mechanics, and much more! Enroll online or contact us today to learn more about skid steer operator training online and other online OSHA certification programs.
In This Course
- How to safely operate and use a skid steer and track loader
- Skid steer and track loader parts and mechanics
- Common skid steer safety hazards and how to avoid them
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 completed with a 70% or higher pass rate to receive your certificate of completion.
Certification: Upon your successful completion of the final exam, you will be able to print a certificate of completion. You may present your certificate to your employer or supervisor as evidence of your successful completion of this training course.
Refund Policy: 72 hours from purchase barring course completion.
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The Best Skid Steer Operator Training Online
You rely on your skid steer to improve the efficiency of your worksite. But the reality is that skid steers are large and potentially hazardous machines that require skill and knowledge to operate. We equip your skid steer operators with the education needed to safely operate skid steers through professional OSHA skid steer safety training.
With all skid steer certification coursework developed by Certified Safety Professionals (CSP) with over 20 years of experience, we ensure that you and/or your workers receive the best skid steer operator training available at the best rate possible.
OSHA Skid Steer Certification
When you are using a skid steer to maneuver those hard-to-reach areas, you need to ensure that your skid steer operator is up for the challenge, that is why skid steer safety training is not only important but an OSHA requirement as outlined in CFR 1926.21(b)(2) and CFR 1926.20(b)(4).
As a regulatory-approved OSHA training online, our OSHA skid steer certification course is designed to improve the safety and efficiency of your worksite by covering a wide range of topics related to:
- Safe operation of skid steers and track loaders.
- Education on skid steer and track loader parts and mechanics.
- Education of skid steer safety hazards and hazard avoidance.
FAQs About Skid Steer Safety
At OSHA Pros, LLC we are here to answer all of your questions about our OSHA training courses. Here are some frequently asked questions about our skid steer operator safety training.
Yes! OSHA standards CFR 1926.21(b)(2) and CFR 1926.20(b)(4) indicate that skid steer operators must undergo skid steer operator training and obtain an OSHA skid steer certification to safely operate skid steers.
While skid steers are fairly easy to operate it may take some practice. Drivers should undergo skid steer safety training to learn how to operate skid steers safely.
Learning how to operate a skid steer may take some practice and training. Before getting in the driver's seat, skid steer operators need to obtain their skid steer certification, which they can obtain via OSHA classes online. Skid steer operator training can be completed in 1.5 hours and upon course completion, an OSHA skid steer certification will be obtained.
It is important to note that while skid steer safety training can be completed in a single sitting, the amount of practice needed to become a proficient skid steer operator varies.