Pick Up Plow
One’s ability to drive a pickup truck safely does not guarantee the safe operation of a pickup truck plow. With the addition of the plow attachment comes great responsibility to the operator. Not only do the dimensions of the vehicle change with the addition of a plow attachment, pickup plow operators should also be familiar with standard plowing techniques and public safety concerns. Arm your staff with confidence this season and ensure that all operators are professionally trained.
Onsite Training Options
Please contact us if you are interested in onsite training for your team. We will provide you with customized quote to meet your needs.
Operators require defensive driving skills and need to be aware of numerous obstacles and hazards in these locations. The course includes both a classroom/theory (approx. 4 hours) and a hands-on/practical component for the student operator at a venue within the Property Management Company or Municipality.
The following topics are thoroughly covered:
- Documentation and record keeping
- Vehicle records including pre-trip and maintenance reports to/from your maintenance section
Benefits of pre-season checks
- Route checks
- Equipment checks
- Review of winter maintenance policy
- Salt smarts
- Post season maintenance and storage of equipment
Best practices for plowing and snow
- removal techniques
- Parking lots
- Entrances and exits
- Pre-trip & obstacle clearance course
- Optional on-road assessment (defensive driving techniques)
Who Should Attend: Operators responsible for driving a pick-up truck for snowplow operations
Evaluation /Documentation: Theory test (multiple choice) and/or oral exam (by instructor) and/or practical test (on equipment). Each successful participant will be provided with a
certificate of completion.