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OSHA Heavy Equipment Training
OSHA Certification is an unofficial term for OSHA 30-Hour or OSHA 10-Hour Outreach Training. You might see job ads that require OSHA Certification, OSHA 30, OSHA 10, OSHA Outreach, DOL Card, OSHA card, or OSHA training card. They’re all referring to the same thing: The OSHA-Approved training that employers often require.The training varies depending on what you do and what position you hold on a job site, but broadly, the OSHA training program is designed to educate workers and employers about their rights and responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) of 1970. OSHA is part of the U.S. Department of Labor.
OSHA Certified Courses
Why Choose Ferrari?Ferrari Driving School is a family business founded in 1968 based on the principle of safety and customer service.
Long RunningWe’ve been teaching our SMART methods since 1968
Largest Driving SchoolWe are the largest driving school in the New York Metro Area
ConvenientWe have four convenient locations in Queens, Brooklyn, & The Bronx
AvailabilityLessons are available to suit your schedule. 7 days/week, 7AM-10PM
Modern TechniquesModern training methods designed to accelerate learning
All LevelsBeginners, Intermediate, and Advanced Training
Multi-lingualMulti-lingual, college trained, certified instructors
Large FleetEasy to use, dual-controlled vehicles
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A compact excavator, commonly known as a mini excavator, is a highly versatile and compact construction machine ideal for students aspiring to excel in the heavy equipment industry. These machines are designed to perform a wide range of tasks in tight spaces with precision and efficiency.
Compact excavators are equipped with a hydraulic arm, which can be fitted with various attachments like buckets, grapples, and augers, enabling them to dig, lift, and manipulate materials effectively. They typically run on rubber or steel tracks for enhanced stability and maneuverability, making them suitable for diverse construction and excavation projects.
At Ferrari Driving School, we offer comprehensive instruction on the operation, maintenance, and safety protocols associated with compact excavators, empowering students to master this essential piece of equipment and launch successful careers in the construction industry.
A skid steer, a pivotal machine in the construction and heavy equipment industry, is a versatile, compact loader that plays a crucial role in a variety of applications. At our training school, we educate students about this essential equipment.
Skid steers are characterized by their compact size and maneuverability. They feature four-wheel drive and can pivot 360 degrees, allowing them to navigate tight spaces with ease. These machines are equipped with various attachments, such as buckets, forks, and grapples, making them adaptable for tasks like digging, lifting, grading, and material handling.
Our training program offers comprehensive skid steer training, covering operating techniques, attachment usage, safety protocols, and routine maintenance. We ensure students become proficient in handling skid steers, preparing them for rewarding careers in construction, landscaping, and agriculture. Skid steers are a valuable asset in the industry, and our training equips students with the skills needed to operate them effectively and safely.
A backhoe, a staple machine in the construction and excavation industry, is a versatile piece of heavy equipment that plays a pivotal role in various applications. At our training school, we provide comprehensive instruction on this essential piece of machinery.
A backhoe consists of a tractor-like unit with a digging arm mounted on the rear and a loader bucket on the front. This dual functionality allows it to perform a wide range of tasks, including digging trenches, excavating holes, moving debris, and loading materials. Backhoes are known for their agility and are suitable for both urban and rural environments.
Our training program covers all aspects of backhoe operation, emphasizing safe practices, maintenance, and efficient use of attachments. We equip students with the skills needed to become proficient backhoe operators, preparing them for rewarding careers in construction and excavation. Backhoes are a fundamental part of the industry, and our training ensures students can harness their full potential.
Aerial lifts, vital equipment in industries like construction, maintenance, and utilities, are specialized machines designed to elevate workers and their tools to elevated work areas. At our training school, we provide comprehensive education on the safe and effective use of aerial lifts.
Aerial lifts come in various forms, including scissor lifts, boom lifts, and cherry pickers. They are equipped with extendable arms or platforms that can reach substantial heights, allowing personnel to access elevated work zones efficiently and securely. These machines enhance productivity by facilitating tasks such as maintenance, repairs, installation, and construction in areas that are otherwise challenging to reach.
Our training program emphasizes operator safety, equipment maintenance, and proper usage techniques. We equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to operate aerial lifts responsibly and effectively. Graduates are well-prepared for careers that require aerial lift operation, ensuring they can contribute safely to a wide range of industries.
Forklifts, essential equipment in logistics, warehousing, and material handling industries, are specialized machines designed to efficiently lift, move, and transport heavy loads. At our training school, we offer comprehensive instruction on forklift operation.
Forklifts consist of a powered vehicle with a pair of front forks used to lift and carry materials. These versatile machines come in various types, including counterbalance, reach, and pallet jack for different applications. Forklifts play a pivotal role in loading and unloading trucks, moving inventory in warehouses, and stacking materials in storage facilities.
Our training program covers all aspects of forklift operation, focusing on safety protocols, equipment maintenance, load handling, and proper use of attachments. We equip students with the skills and knowledge required to operate forklifts effectively and safely. Graduates are well-prepared for careers in logistics and material handling, ensuring they can contribute to the smooth flow of goods and materials in various industries.
Who should conduct the training?
All training and evaluation must be conducted by persons with the necessary knowledge, training, and experience to train powered industrial truck operators and evaluate their competence. An example of a qualified trainer would be a person who, by possession of a recognized degree, certificate, or professional standing, or who by extensive knowledge, training, and experience has demonstrated the ability to train and evaluate powered industrial truck operators. There are many resources available to the employer if he/she chooses not to perform the training himself. Truck manufacturers, local safety and health safety organizations, such as the National Safety Council local chapters, private consultants with expertise in powered industrial trucks, local trade and vocational schools are some available resources. Various Internet sites are devoted to forklift safety. Private companies who provide forklift safety training services, including videos and written programs, can be located on various Internet websites. Most videos can be either leased or purchased. One important thing to remember is that simply by showing employees a video or videos on some aspect of forklift safety does not meet the full requirements of the OSHA standard. Site specific information must be conveyed as well as a method to evaluate the employee’s acquired knowledge subsequent to the training.
If my employees receive training from an outside consultant, how will I know that these employees have been adequately trained?
My employees receive training from the union on the use of powered industrial trucks. Will I have to provide any additional training?
Is testing required?
Does OSHA require the employer to issue licenses to employees who have received training?
What type of records or documentation must I keep?
How long must I keep the certification records?
If my employees receive training, but accidents still continue to occur, what should I do?
Is annual training required?
How often must refresher training be given?
If my employees have already received training, or have been operating trucks for many years, must I retrain them?
How do I evaluate my employee’s competency to operate a truck safely?
Does OSHA provide training to my truck operators?
Do I have to train all employees in my workplace?
Do I have to ensure that my operator’s are physically capable of driving a powered industrial truck?
I have three different types of trucks in my workplace. Can I provide training on just one type of truck?
I only have powered hand trucks in my workplace. Do the training requirements cover the operators of this type of vehicle? The operator walks alongside the unit while holding onto the handle to guide it.
I employ drivers from a temporary agency. Who provides them training – the temporary service or me?
Should my training include the use of operator restraint devices (e.g. seat belts)?
What does OSHA expect to achieve as a result of improved operator’s training?
Does OSHA provide a list of topics to include in my training program?
What does the standard require?
What is the definition of a powered industrial truck?
What are OSHA Industrial Equipment Training Requirements?