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Jackson's Heavy Equipment Training can provide a variety of services tailored to your company's needs. Training can also be broken down into different levels based on the skill of the operator, ranging from an entry level operator to management personnel with many years of experience.
We are flexible, adaptable, and committed to quality and work closely with the client to ensure the class is structured to meet and exceed their expectations. To provide this service, there are several guidelines and requirements that must be met for training to occur.
Jackson’s Heavy Equipment Training, LLC has 31 plus years’ experience providing superior employee training in regards to the safe and efficient operation of heavy equipment in the transportation and construction industry. We provide both industry standard instruction as well as customized hands-on training. We value the clients' needs for safe, reliable, and operationally effective designs with training that really works.
Jackson’s Heavy Equipment Training, LLC not only provides enhanced business productivity, increased operator efficiency, reduced liability, and higher employee retention but meets or exceeds OSHA requirements. Our professional instruction is conducted with the highest integrity and is dedicated to providing exceptional heavy equipment training with a strong emphasis on safety by possessing the drive and dedication to continuously improve while maintaining a CAN-DO attitude.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"I would like to take this time to thank Brian Jackson for the outstanding job that they did at our motor grader operator class in October. Brian’s years of experience as an operator, as well as his attitude as an instructor made the class a great learning environment and a huge success.
"I can say that I have already seen vast improvement in the condition of Keith County roads as well as the operators understanding of what it is that we are trying to achieve in Keith County as far as consistency on our roadways.
"I feel that the class not only was a benefit to the newer operators but to those of us that have been operating for many years, or supervisors as well.
"Keith County will try to make this course a biannual part of our training, as I feel that it is very important to keep up with the best practices available to us, so that we may provide for the public with the best transportation system possible.
Once again thank you Brian.
- Tim Ryan
Keith County Highway Superintendent