A skid steer bobcat is a type of compact, versatile machine that is used for a variety of tasks in construction, landscaping, and other industries. It is often referred to as a skid loader, bobcat loader, or simply bobcat.
One of the key benefits of a skid steer bobcat is its compact size and maneuverability. The machine is able to navigate tight spaces and confined areas with ease, making it ideal for use in urban environments and other tight spaces.
Skid steer bobcats are equipped with a variety of attachments, such as buckets, forks, and augers, that can be easily swapped out depending on the task at hand. This versatility allows the machine to be used for a wide range of tasks, such as grading, digging, and loading.
The skid steer bobcat is also designed for safety and efficiency. It features a ROPS/FOPS canopy, seat belt, back up alarm and warning lights for safety. Additionally, the machine has advanced controls that provide smooth and precise operation, making it easy to accomplish tasks quickly and efficiently.
Proper training is essential for safe and effective operation of the skid steer bobcat. Training typically includes both classroom instruction and hands-on practice, and covers topics such as machine operation, safety procedures, and maintenance.
Our professional safety training services provides complete safety training that is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of the construction industry. Our professional safety training services deliver innovative health and safety training, support, consultation and resources for the construction industry.
- Have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma, or be 18 years of age and have a grade 10 education.
-Education equivalence testing is available to be done at our office if you do not meet the education requirements or do not have proof of required level of education. This must be done prior to registration.
-Complete a medical examination with your family physician.
-Please ensure you have a hard hat, safety boots, safety vest and safety glasses. We do not carry any of these such items.
Duration: 1 week program
Hours: 20 hours
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