FRONT END LOADER TRAINING
This Front End Loader online course covers the introduction to the machine, explains machine stability, maintenance and inspections, safe operation, hazard awareness and the use of forks and attachments. Upon successful completion of this Front End Loader online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.Buy Now
Front End Loader
- Introduction to the Front End Loader
- Anatomy of the machine
- Machine setup and stability
- Maintenance and inspections
- Hazard awareness
- Safe operation of the machine
Approximately 90 minutes
The reviews conducted throughout this course are designed to reinforce the information presented. A mark of 80% must be achieved in order to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course two additional times if the 80% pass mark is not achieved.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Upon successful completion of this Front End Loader online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.
Front End Loader Safety Tips:
• Never work under or walk under a raised loader.
• Always raise and lower the loader arms slowly.
• Be aware of extra length of the machine when turning.
• Use caution when handling loose loads.
• Never move a load or swing a load if people are nearby.
• Avoid outer edges if working along high banks or slopes.
• Be aware of overhead wires and obstacles when you raise the loader.
• Always travel with the load low to the ground and be aware of any obstructions on the ground.
• Only operate the loader from the operator’s seat.
• Never lift or carry anyone on the loader or bucket.
• The loader must always be lowered when parking or for servicing.
• Always park the loader on a firm, level surface with all safety devices engaged.
• Visually check for hydraulic leaks, broken, missing or malfunctioning parts.
• When under pressure, escaping hydraulic oil has sufficient force to penetrate your skin causing serious personal injury. Injuries resulting from oil penetrating the skin are very difficult to treat. Always use a piece of cardboard to check for pinhole leaks.
• Before you disconnect any hydraulic lines always relieve all hydraulic pressure.
• Be certain anyone operating the loader has been professional trained to do so.
• All loaders must have roll-over protective structures like an enclosed cab or roll bar with canopy.
• Loader operators must wear their seat belt at all times.
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