This course was designed to rejuvenate and expand on the snowcat safety skills learned from the Snow Operator Certification course.
The majority of this training is in the field. We focus on safety and survival techniques, specialized equipment training, and equipment repair under emergency conditions.
To remain compliant with OSHA safety retraining guidelines, it is recommended that snowcat operators take this course every two years.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive the Safety One Snowcat Operation Certification.
Students solidify their understanding of basic principles of snowcat operation and learn new techniques.
Additional topics may include blading.
This is a recertification course for experienced snowcat operators. Instead of retaking the Snowcat Operation Certification course, students can refresh their knowledge and techniques for snowcat operation, repair and extended survival methodologies while being re-certified.
OSHA requires that snowcat operators must be trained and certified, prior to operating a snowcat.
Snowcat Basic Operation Certification
This course meets the requirements of the OSHA Regulation and requirement as summarized below:
General Duty Clause Section 5a1, training standards within 1910.268, 1910.269 and numerous others.
Classroom and Field Training Topics
Students will receive the most current version of the Safety One Snowcat Operator Manual and other materials necessary for the course.
“We take a tremendous amount of training at our utility and often times they can be dry. Our crew looks forward to this course every time and we enjoy learning skills that will actually save our lives out there.”
– Grant A, Senior Technician 3
Snowmobile Safety & Rescue Training
We Can Bring the Course to You
Safety One can offer all open enrollment courses and customized snowcat training at your site.
By tailoring a training course to your needs, equipment, and your staff, we are able to develop a comprehensive training plan to address specific issues unique to your snowcat and business requirements.
Plus, there is a cost saving benefit by reducing employees’ travel time and expenses.