Meet OSHA Safety Training Requirements for Heavy Equipment Operators
OSHA general safety and health provisions for construction require that only those employees qualified by training or experience be permitted to operate equipment and machinery. Citations with high-dollar monetary penalties are issued to businesses who fail to comply with this requirement.
Avoid OSHA citations and penalties, and more importantly, provide for a safer job site by providing heavy equipment operator safety training for operators of heavy equipment, including bulldozers, front end loaders, skid-steer loaders, backhoes, excavators, and dump trucks commonly used at construction sites.
Our online heavy equipment operator safety training courses listed below are available on-demand, meaning the student can log in to training when and where they want, and may log out if needed to resume their training later on, even on a different device. Courses can be completed on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and most smart phones. Print your personalized training certification from anywhere when completed.
Scroll down to see our online heavy equipment operator training classes below.