Mechanical Harvesting/Forestry Pit & Road Construction Equipment Operator Common Core (online) MHEO

Duration: 
4-6 hours
Price: 
$270.00
Language: 
English
Sector: 
DateTimeLocationRemainingPriceIncludes Lunch
January 01, 201312:00am - 12:00amUnlimited$270.00No

Please select the session that you would like to register for. If that session is full, please contact training@workplacesafetynorth.ca to be added to a waiting list.

You have 365 days from the time that you are registered and receive your access to the program material to complete the course. Program access expires after 365 days.

Delivery Method: This course is delivered as an online e-learning course, designed to help you learn at your own pace and in your own environment at your convenience. You will need a computer (desktop or laptop)  with access to high speed Internet. This course cannot be completed using a tablet or phone. You can use either Google Chrome or Internet Explorer as a web browser to complete the course. Your system must also have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.

 

Successful completion of this online course meets the classroom training requirements of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) Mechanical Harvesting Equipment Operator and Forestry Pit & Road Construction Equipment Operator certification program.

 

The course examines how to recognize, assess and control health and safety related hazards associated with the operation of the following pieces of mechanical harvesting equipment: grapple skidder, feller buncher, cut-to-length processor, forwarder/transporter, delimber, slasher and chipper, log loader and grinder. The course also meets the classroom training requirements for operators of the following forestry pit and road construction equipment: hydraulic excavator, bulldozer, grader, front-end loader, haulage truck, fuel truck and service truck. During the course, participants will be familiarized with how to recognize, assess and control rigging and hoisting hazards and the appropriate supporting equipment to complete lifting, rigging and towing tasks. 

 

After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to understand the physical and mental requirements of the job and the working environment recognize the hazards and describe practices for safe machine operation, including personal protective equipment, circle check, preventive maintenance, danger zones and work planning. Participants will also be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the legal requirements, safe practices and procedures applicable to basic rigging, hoisting and towing safety on a logging operation. 

The course takes about 4-6 hours to complete.

Intended Audience: 

This course is intended for potential operators of the specified pieces of mechanical harvesting/forestry, pit or road construction equipment.

Additional Information: 

Also available in French.