Plant Operator Training
360-degree mini digger
Mini excavator training
Excavators, both mini and full-size, are now widely used throughout the building and grounds maintenance industry. These versatile machines are known as Diggers, Mini Diggers and Micro Diggers. The size, weight and power of excavators and diggers mean these machines must operate within the relevant health and safety guideline making accredited excavator training essential.
Machine Force can simplify your excavator training requirements by coming to your premises and teaching a group of your staff how to operate and maintain these complex machines at your site.
Excavators come in various sizes and types and are vital for a wide range of projects, including digging foundations, site clearance and trenches. Effective operation of excavators requires specialised knowledge, training, and experience. The personnel who operate these machines must be appropriately trained, experienced, and certified to ensure the safety of the operator, other workers on the site, and the surrounding community.
Finding qualified and experienced staff to operate and maintain excavators can be challenging. As the demand for construction grows, finding and retaining qualified personnel has become even more critical. The cost of hiring and training new personnel can be high, and replacing experienced staff can result in a loss of productivity and increased downtime.
Training your current workforce often resolves qualified staff shortages. We can assist in fixing this issue by conducting an excavator or other plant training program for several of your staff members at your premises. This approach fosters a friendly camaraderie and reduces the required travelling time. Alternatively, we can run your excavator training course at our facilities on our machines.
180° & 360° Excavator Training.
180° excavators are widely used throughout the building and grounds maintenance industry. Also known as backhoe loaders or backhoes, if you were to ask any group what they could tell you about 180° excavators (backhoe loaders), a lot wouldn’t know what you were talking about. But show them a picture, and almost everybody would recognise it.
Excavators are used for a wide variety of jobs and are often the only item of the heavy plant on your construction site. It is vital that your staff have completed an appropriate accredited 180° excavator training course before operating machines of this size, weight and power.
180-degree excavator levelling ground
Excavators are used for a wide variety of jobs and are often the only item of the heavy plant on your construction site. It is vital that your staff have completed an appropriate accredited 180° excavator training course before operating machines of this size, weight and power. Often the difficulty in finding suitably qualified staff. We can help solve this by running a 180° excavator training programme for a number of your staff on your site. This has the advantage of developing some friendly camaraderie between them whilst reducing the time taken.
Excavators come in a wide variety of sizes. 360º Excavators are distinguished by their ability to revolve through a full 360º degree. The smaller excavators are called mini-excavator or compact excavators and can access small paths as narrow as 70cm (28 inches). Others can be very large, weighing many tonnes.
Most are tracked and capable of traversing soft ground due to their low ground pressure. However, like all modern machinery, they require proper training to operate safely and efficiently. Our 360º Excavator courses are structured to quickly and efficiently get you or your staff fully qualified on one of the most common pieces plant in the UK.
Forklift Truck Training
Reach forklift truck operator training.
Forklifts are widely used from warehouses to building sites. There are many different types, each with its particular requirements. The most common are counterbalance forklifts, side shift forklifts and rough terrain forklifts, and each has its requirements for the forklift truck training provided. Accredited forklift truck training helps you not only stay within the current regulations but ensures that your staff fully understand the machine's capabilities and, therefore, the most effective way to use it.
In addition to forklift truck training, this course covers essential features of forklift trucks and their daily maintenance, including how to avoid the potential dangers of operation, how to assess loads and move them safely, how to get the best from your forklift in different conditions and the relevant legal requirements through practical forklift truck training.
Once again, the forklift truck training can be held at your site, which has the advantage of developing some friendly camaraderie to see who will be the best, reducing the time taken by eliminating the travelling time involved. Alternatively, we can arrange training for individuals or smaller groups at our own site.
Counterbalance forklift truck training.
The counterbalance lift truck, commonly referred to as a forklift truck, is among the most successful lifting machines ever created. These machines are assigned a rating for specific loads at their maximum weight and forward centre of gravity. To ensure safety in the workplace, machine operators must comprehend the limitations of the forklift they are using. Our training is tailored to provide your workers with accredited training that enables them to operate forklifts proficiently and securely at all times.
Rough Terrain Forklift Truck Training
Rough Terrain Forklifts are unsurprisingly found in areas which are too arduous for conventional forklifts. There are several manufacturers but tend to follow the same basic design.
Accredited Rough Forklift Truck training helps you not only stay within the current regulations but ensures that your staff fully understand the capabilities of a machine which, by its very nature, tends to be used in more hazardous areas.
In addition to Rough Terrain Forklift truck training, this course covers essential features of these trucks and their daily maintenance, including how to avoid the potential dangers of operation, how to assess loads and move them safely, how to get the best from your Rough Terrain Forklift in different conditions and the relevant legal requirements.
As with most of our courses, if training a group of people, Rough Terrain Forklift truck training can either be held at a suitable site of your choice, which has the advantage of developing some friendly camaraderie to see who will be the best. Reducing the time taken by eliminating the travelling time involved. Alternatively, we can arrange training at our own site for individuals or smaller groups.
When contacting us about any Forklift truck training, it is important to give us an accurate overview of the experience levels and existing relevant qualifications held by all the people to attend the course.
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