The cost of injuries and deaths in the workplace can be devastating to businesses. Training employees properly can help avoid accidents. An investment in training today, such as Cat Simulators, can pay for itself in the cost of a mishap, fine or worse, loss of life. Download our free infographic on the
Experiencing a skills gap at your business? Consider what VR can do for training. VR can successfully train for hands-on job skills like the trades, compliance, soft skills and more. Training can be developed for any organization
Teach students and employees how to stay safe around heavy equipment. Make sure operators and learners go home safe every day. Download our free infographic that touches on seven ways to avoid accidents and stay safety-minded around heavy equipment.
An important responsibility for any heavy equipment operator is conducting a machine inspection. To ensure the operator’s safety and that of other job site personnel, and to make sure the machine is in good operating condition, the operator should conduct a walkaround inspection of the machine before beginning operation. Walkaround
Efficiency and resource conservation is at the forefront of all our minds. Production must be as efficient as possible. Idle time comes with a heavy financial cost to organizations. Fuel use, unplanned maintenance, and loss of production are just a few of the issues. Utilizing Cat Simulators to gain skills
You could be at risk on the job for injuries, or even a fatality, because of fatigue. Every person needs a recommended amount of sleep. When employees don’t get enough sleep, they and everyone else on the jobsite, are in danger. Take a look at the statistics on the risks
Wheel Loaders (a.k.a. front-end loaders and bucket loaders) are used to move and load materials such as clay, soil, snow, feed, gravel, rocks, sand, woodchips and many other types. The Wheel Loader has a bucket mounted to the front of the machine with two arms and articulated steering which allows
Discover Cat® Simulators compact portable training for heavy equipment operators. SimLite Excavator allows learners to sit at socially distanced stations and utilize training curriculum that can be accessed remotely or in class. Learn more today!
Heavy equipment operators inside a cab often have restricted visibility or blind spots. A blind spot means the operator cannot see by direct line of site or by using mirrors. “Struck by” accidents cause many injuries and accidents every year. Heavy equipment operators must learn and be aware of the
The demand for heavy equipment operators is present in every region of the country. It’s a well-paying career with an opportunity for growth. Students or people that want a mid-career change can find training through community colleges, unions and apprenticeships.