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  • Skid-Steer Operator Training

    OSHA’s subpart C for General Safety and Health provisions require skid-steer operators to be trained under 1926.21(b)(2) and 1926.20(b)(4) requirements. The employer is required to train Bobcat and Skid-Steer operators so that they can recognize and avoid unsafe conditions. Training needs to be comprehensive enough to help assure ...

    By Total Equipment Training based in PENNSYLVANIA (USA). from Heavy Equipment Operator Training Training line

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