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Our OSHA-compliant onsite trainer will come to your worksite and take care of all your heavy equipment operator training.
This hands-on training is taught by our experienced OSHA-Compliant trainer professionally and quickly.
If you are looking for a way to train all your employees at once, onsite safety training is a great option for you. Onsite training is intended for companies or employers who need to train a large group of employees at one time.
The onsite training option takes the shape of a classroom setting, with a trainer who presents the course information to your employees and can answer questions along the way. Onsite training also includes:
Onsite is especially great as well for the opportunity it gives employees to see and learn with their specific workplace equipment before beginning work with it. This can be adapted depending on the preferences of the employer as well. WHat this means is that you can choose if you want the trainer to focus more time with hands-on training or classroom instruction.
Our trainers here at Hard Hat Training come to you from Rexburg, Idaho to train employees onsite. They are OSHA-compliant trainers ready to teach the material you need. There are also some unique benefits to onsite training that we will further discuss in the following sections.
Not all of our onsite training courses will have the same cost. Some of the courses are a bit longer than others and will probably end up costing more for that reason. The courses charge per day and travel costs for our trainer also will be included.
However, there is nothing to worry about if you are getting the onsite training for a large group of employees. We recommend that 5-10 or more employees attend our onsite training. There is no additional cost if more employees join than your initial estimate.
Consider too that the more employees you have, the less the course will cost, but the trainer will not be able to give each of them their full attention throughout the training. To request a quote for an onsite training course, fill out the form or speak with one of our customer service representatives today.
Almost all of our Hard Hat Construction Safety Training courses found in our training catalog have the option for onsite training. There are very few that do not include the option for an onsite trainer to come and teach the course. There are some courses, however, that are more popular choices when it comes to onsite construction courses.
Most of these courses are heavy machinery or equipment courses, but not all of them. Some of the more popular onsite course options are:
Here at Hard Hat Training, we offer effective onsite training for a large variety of industries, including construction. The construction industry is known for being one of the most hazardous work environments in the world. For this reason, safety training is especially important and employees would benefit the most from onsite training.
Our onsite training is OSHA-compliant with all construction-related standards. Onsite safety training for the construction industry is the most beneficial format of safety training for many reasons. There are many benefits to onsite safety training that specifically help employers to keep their workplace OSHA-compliant.
Approximately 20% of all work-related deaths occur in the construction industry (BLS). If employees are not trained they will not only be less effective workers, but they will also increase the likelihood of injury and death in the workplace. As their employer, it is your responsibility to train your employees and face the consequences if you neglected to train them.
To maintain a safe workplace and make your employees effective and reliable workers, give them the training they need. They will have questions and will need specific instruction. For this reason, onsite safety training is the best option for you.
Other workplace safety training options include online, which has its advantages and disadvantages. Online training is a more cost-effective option that allows your employees to pace themselves and take the training on their own schedule.
Onsite training usually is taken all at once and can take anywhere from half a day to two days to complete. Online doesn’t provide the opportunity for asking questions from the trainer directly though, and also doesn’t provide any hands-on learning experiences for your employees.
We also offer training kits, which work as a do-it-yourself option. Training kits contain all the course material and certificate templates so that you can train and certify your employees yourself. If you are not familiar with how to train your employees, we can provide you with a train-the-trainer module to prepare you to do so.
Yes, we do offer online train the trainer courses. While it does not allow for any actual time around the equipment (which is not required for trainer certification anyway), it can be a very cost-effective way to save on travel expenses, etc.
We are happy to offer TTT classes. However, if you do not have the budget, you may consider purchasing our training kits. These contain all of the materials we use when we certify operators via onsite heavy equipment operator licensing training, and they are yours to use, reuse, and customize to put on your own operator training class in-house. They even come with instructor notes.