Skid Steer courses are part of the Powered Mobile Equipment (PME) training courses provided by AT Safety Training that will follow the guidelines and principles outlined in Part 19 of the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code as well as those established by the Canadian Standards Association. The PME programs cover the basic knowledge and skill requirements for the safe operation of the equipment and their attachments.
The training will be available at our Sherwood Park location, or onsite at your location. If you need a course specific to your needs please call our office to arrange.
Skilled Operator Certification
How do we classify skilled – an operator who has a least 100 hours of operating experience on a skid steer. This course is intended for experienced operators requiring certification in order to meet their legislative requirements. The focus of the program is to ensure the operator understands the basic knowledge and skills necessary to operate the skid steer in a safe manner. Competency is testing with a practical skills evaluation.
New Operator Certification
What is a new operator – anyone with less than 100 hour of recent experience operating a skid steer. This course is intended to give a new operator the basic knowledge and skills necessary to operate the skid steer loader in a safe manner. In addition, there will be a full skid steer practical to prepare the new operator to successfully complete the requirements necessary to be certified as a skid steer loader operator.