|Course Title||Skid Steer Safety Training Course-UDT
|Description||This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased skid steers (tracked or wheeled) with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of skid steers and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction.
NOTE: A skid steer refresher course is required 3 years after completion of this course in order to maintain authorization to operate. Refer to SAF 2R04, Skid Steer Refresher Course for details.
Pre-Requisite: Completion of the Web-based Skid Steer Pre-Class Study Course, SAF2W04 is required prior to attending the SAF2004, Skid Steer Safety Training course.
Length of Course: 1 day/8 hours (3hours Pre-Class study, 4 hours classroom, 1 hour field operation)
FWS Regional Heavy Equipment Coordinators contact information:
Region 1&8 - Pat Hickey, 503/231-2075
Region 2 - Ed Bass, 505/248-6607
Region 3 - Dale Pittman, 309/535-3151
Region 4 - Stan Zazado, 404/679-7159
Region 5 - Charles Glock, 410/228-5889 X22
Region 6 - Wade Briggs, 605/256-1081
Region 7 - Thomas Siekaniec, 907/786-3344
Provide operators with the skills and knowledge necessary that will allow them to make informed decisions about their own safety, the safety of all around them, and the safety of the skid steer.
Allow attendees to demonstrate, through written examinations and actual demonstration, that they have the skills and knowledge to safely operate a skid steer with attachments in accordance with Service policy, manufacturer specifications and industry standards.
Availability: FWS EMPLOYEES/AFFILIATED PERSONNEL ONLY. Contact your appropriate Regional Heavy Equipment Coordinator to register for the course.
Completion of an online preclass component will be required prior to attending this class.
Any FWS affiliated individual who operates Service-owned, leased, or rented skid steers.
|Delivery Method||See Course Description
|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||9/16/2013 4:05:46 AM