One of the biggest challenges of organisations, is to make operators aware of the operational parameters and maintenance needs of equipment, reducing the accidents or harm to other operators. To accomplish this goal, organizations must certify that their operators have required knowledge, skills and the ability, required to carry out their duties and responsibilities safely.
Operator training is a way to operation excellence, enabling one to learn how to operate a machine effectively. Operator training includes training novices, on how to operate machines before startup of new units, offer skilled operators a chance to refine and refresh their skill and increase production levels in the organisation.
Properly training your operators and establishing an accountable environment on the job site can benefit your bottom line in a number of ways, including:
- Overall efficiency. Operators who participate in regular training are going to be able to operate the machine at optimal performance in order to get the job done right and fas
- Job site safety. It is imperative to know and understand the machine you are operating in order to ensure safety and minimize accident or injury risk on the job site.
- Protecting your investment and the longevity of the machine. Operators who have been trained by the equipment manufacturer or dealer are more likely to properly use, store and transport the machines. Also, by being trained in machine maintenance, operators are more likely to understand the benefit of routine maintenance checks and identifying potential issues early—when they can typically be fixed faster and less expensively.
- Optimising utilization of new machine technology. Advanced operator training also helps you and/or your operators stay on top of the latest features and use new technology to its fullest, gaining better accuracy, efficiency and overall productivity from the equipment.We offer the following novice and refresher Operator Training & Licensing in machinery operations (as per the OHS Act, Driven Machinery Regulations National Code of Practice):