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Posts Posts by: "Heavy Equipment Colleges of America"
Heavy-Equipment-Pathway

With seven locations across the country, Heavy Equipment Colleges of America is a private education and training school that specializes in training entry-level heavy equipment and crane operators. HEC was founded in 2006 and is proud to offer a wide range of training programs focused around equipment such as wheel loader, backhoe, bulldozer, excavator…(Read More)

Mobile-Crane-Inspection-Guide

Inspecting a mobile crane is one of the most important safety practices in crane operation. There are a lot of issues that are caught in the pre-operation inspection phase that result in injuries avoided and lives saved. A competent person must begin a visual inspection prior to each shift the equipment will be used…(Read More)

Safe-Crane-Lifting-HeavyEquipmentCollege

Like other tasks in construction, crane lifts have the potential to become dangerous in a hurry. That’s why you need to use best safety practices at all stages of the process. Regardless of whether you’re doing a pre-operation inspection from the outside or you’re in the cab, safety is of the…(Read More)

Heavy Equipment Safety Checklist

Safety cannot be emphasized enough when it comes to heavy equipment operation. A large part of heavy equipment operator safety is conducting a thorough inspection of the machine before you use it. While going through the pre-operation walk-around, be sure to keep the tasks on this heavy equipment safety checklist in mind.&nbsp…(Read More)

OSHA Compliance Heavy Equipment

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has a comprehensive set of guidelines for construction companies to follow. OSHA guidelines are in place to protect construction workers. Violating them can cost a lot of money, or worse, employees and co-workers. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you, and those…(Read More)