- Heavy equipment operator
Heavy equipment operator
A mini excavator uncovers the remains of a wooden ship
Occupation Activity sectors Construction Description
- The International Union of Operating Engineers has equipment schools where apprentice operators are trained.
- The Association of Equipment Manufacturers provides effective safety training materials for operators of rough terrain forklifts and operators of industrial and agricultural mowers.
- The National Association of Heavy Equipment Training Schools provides American national certification for heavy equipment operator
- Interior Heavy Equipment School provides Canadian certification for heavy equipment operators
- ATS: Heavy Equipment Operator School is currently the largest network of Heavy Equipment Operator schools in the U.S.
- ^ U.S. Department of Labor - Occupational Outlook Handbook
- ^ V. J. Davies, Ken Tomasin (1996). Construction Safety Handbook. Thomas Telford. ISBN 0-7277-2519-X. http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN072772519X&id=rpzFtFbGoq0C&pg=RA1-PA59&lpg=RA1-PA59&dq=Excavator+driver&ie=ISO-8859-1&output=html&sig=8-nhK2jVcTdmP5l19jBclE6nO34.
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