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Having the skills of a professional Skid Steer operator means that you are able to explain and demonstrate:

1. Walk Around safety inspection – that you can properly attend to the tires, fluids, hoses, and that every grease point has been properly attended too.
2. Equipment Safety – that you know and can explain the safety concerns for that specific piece of equipment.
3. Control Identification – that you can sit in the seat and explain what each of the controls do.
4. Start Up Procedures – a system used to get familiar with the controls, make sure all attachments work properly and to cycle the hydraulic fluid through the system.

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5. Three specific job tasks done to industry standards – that you can get a full bucket of dirt, without spinning the tires, and without banging into the pile. That you can travel and properly place the material in a pile or in a dump truck without raising a dust cloud. That you can dig into the ground with the front bucket only.
6. Shut Down Procedures – that you can properly fuel, clean, grease, and properly park it.
7. Preventative Maintenance Procedures – that at the end of every day, you prepare a list of any maintenance concerns that you may have and get that list to those who need to know and who will take the needed action.

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