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Top 50 Heavy Equipment Operator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Heavy Equipment Operator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Heavy Equipment Operator resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.1% of Heavy Equipment Operator resumes contained Dozer as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Heavy Equipment Operator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Heavy Equipment Operator

1. Dozer
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Here's how Dozer is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate equipment used for construction purposes such as tankers, cranes, bulldozers, loaders, compost mixers and excavators.
  • Operated bulldozers, cranes, graders and other heavy equipment to complete construction projects.
  • Operated John Deer finishing bulldozer for reconstruction of rail road system in refinery.
  • Operated a bulldozer to properly deploy waste products at compactors.
  • Operated excavators, bulldozers, and compactors.
  • Operated various heavy equipment used in construction including both Cat and Deere style excavators, dozers and loaders.
  • Operate Excavator, Mini Excavator, Dozer, Back hoe, Skid loader, Trencher, Forklift.
  • Operated 627G scraper, D8 dozer, we built locations for oil rigs.
  • Operated push tractor, dozer, and excavator.
  • Used dozers and did other track work.
  • Used dozer to push dirt on slopes.
  • Use of dozer, roller, multiple size loaders and hoes.
  • Operated D - 8 & 9 bulldozer, Side boom.
  • Pushed up gravel with dozers, loaded hopper with loaders and trucks, also dug pits and loaded trucks with trackhoe.
  • Operated 637G scraper, 966 & 980 loaders, D6 dozer, trackhoe.
  • Operated dozer, drill and haulage trucks *Scraper operator, coal loading shovel operator and oiler.
  • Operated the catapillar (D9/D7) dozer to cut high spots and backblade to level surface.
  • Drive bul'dozers, roadgraders and other heavy equipment to level earth Clear, grub.
  • Camp Arifjan, Kuwait Constructing a Hellopad Operating Dozer (D9-D7 Catapillar) to level getch.
  • Operate 836 h packer d-8 dozer off road haul truck to spread and compact trash cover trash daily build slopes and pads

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2. Backhoe
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Here's how Backhoe is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated trucks and equipment such as backhoe, dump trucks, front-end loader, hydraulic excavator, skid steers and bulldozers.
  • Operated backhoes to excavate roots of trees from the ground and for pipes to be laid down.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including excavators, bulldozers, backhoes, and packers.
  • Hauled street material and heavy equipment, such as front end loaders and backhoes.
  • Operated machines such as bulldozers, trench excavators, road graders, and backhoes.
  • Operated all forms of heavy equipment including backhoes and crawler tractors.
  • Operate heavy equipment, backhoe, wheel loaders, Bob Cat.
  • Used Backhoes and shovels to build trenches and drainage ditches.
  • CAT, Volvo, Hyundai, John Deere Front End loaders and Backhoes.
  • Operated pot hauler, loader, excavator, skid steer, dozer, and backhoe to remove slag pots.
  • Operated equipment such as Excavators, backhoes, compaction rollers, skidsteers, bobcats, ASV and Reach-lifts.
  • Operated heavy equipment, bulldozers, backhoe, scrapers, loader, rollers and more 700 HRS.
  • Operated excavator, backhoe, and dozer for the installation of sanitary and storm lines.
  • Operated excavator, dozer, backhoe, and scraper.
  • Operated Backhoe, Dozer and Cable Plow.
  • Operate Scraper, Water pull, Vibratory roller, Dozer, Backhoe, etc.
  • operated track hoe, backhoe, dozer and roller for piping and grading.
  • Asphalt paver and screed operator can also operator bobcat,roller and backhoe
  • Operated Trackhoes and Backhoes Operated Bulldozers and Scrapers Operated Rollers and Compactors
  • Front end loader, backhoe, dozer, escavator, roller, sweeper, bobcat Load trucks Soil erosion Flagging

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3. Delivery Trucks
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Here's how Delivery Trucks is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Load and unload inbound/outbound products/materials from delivery trucks.
  • Use a boom forklift to remove items from delivery trucks and to move items around the yard.
  • Crane Operator: Using a remote crane unloading rolls off delivery trucks for rolling mill.
  • Load and unload dump truck / delivery trucks at the job site yard.
  • Assist in loading and unloading delivery trucks Perform preventative and regular maintenance on tools and equipment.
  • Used the forklift to unload work equipment from delivery trucks daily.Heavy Equipment Operator & Labor

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4. Safety Regulations
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Here's how Safety Regulations is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated tractor-trailer/vehicle according to state and federal laws and observing all safety regulations established by the company and DMV regulations
  • Work duties in Compliance with Federal Railroad Administration Regulations & Federal Safety Regulations/HAZMAT/OSHA/DOT/EPA.
  • Work was done efficiently in accordance with federal safety regulations and company policies.
  • Maintained safe working environment by maintaining work area and upholding safety regulations.
  • Supervised quality assurance of a lot and implemented safety regulations.
  • Learned and followed safety regulations.
  • Fallowed all mining safety regulations.
  • Implemented safety regulations for both state and national levels while training others to operate forklifts and correctly load and unload trucks.
  • Manage, maintain, and organize the yard per all codes, laws, and safety regulations.
  • Maintain OSHA safety regulations and requirements for workers and equipment.
  • Adhere to safety regulations and report hazards to relevant authorities.
  • Skilled in active work site protocols and safety regulations.
  • Observed all safety regulations set by DOT and OSHA.
  • Adhered to all IADC safety regulations.
  • Learn to follow safety regulations.
  • Job Responsibilities: Performed work in confined spaces and excavations, followed applicable safety regulations.
  • Provide armed security patroling perimeters and checkpoints while following safety regulations.
  • trained in MSHA safety regulations.
  • Learn and follow safety regulations and pre inspect/maintain/service equipment tail/head pulleys, splice conveyer belts.
  • followed all OSHA safety regulations during the operation of equipment .

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5. Skid Steers
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Here's how Skid Steers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate Pay Loaders, Front End Loaders on water and land, Bulldozers, Bob Cats, and Skid Steers.
  • Operate heavy equipment and medium duty trucks, such as skid steers, ASV skid steers, and tractors.
  • Operated backhoes, wheel loaders, and skid steers to install various types of underground utility pipes.
  • Operate Wheel Loaders and Skid Steers in a production environment supporting the recycling of Construction Debris.
  • Front end loaders, excavators, combinations, bulldozers, graders and skid steers.
  • Operated backhoes, track hoes, mini excavators and skid steers.
  • Snow is removed using skid steers, and front end loaders.
  • Operate various excavators, loaders and skid steers.
  • Operate heavy equipment including loaders and skid steers.
  • Cat 966 and 938 wheel loaders as well as rock trucks backhoes skid steers loaders.
  • Skid Steers, Rock Trucks, Whole tree chippers, and various other machines.
  • Operated Track hoes, Skid Steers, and front end loaders.
  • Operate cranes and excavators to unload scrap metals Operate fork lifts and skid steers to move and process vehicles.
  • Operated all heavy equipment on large construction projects including Lulls, skid steers, and post pounders.
  • Operated Bulldozers, Skid steers, Backhoe, and etc.
  • truck, and certified on mowers, and skid steers.
  • Operate Various pieces of Heavy Equipment such as )dump trucks, excavators, loaders, dozers, skid steers.
  • Operate excavators,loaders,dozers,backhoes ,skid steers for road construction and bridge projects.
  • Operate dozers,track loaders,backhoes,excavators,rollers,compactors,skid steers.
  • Operate Skid steers Frontend loaders Kubotas Tractors Streetsweepers

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6. Dump Truck
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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate heavy construction equipment such as front end loader, tractor trailer, dump truck, and other heavy construction equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment (bulldozer, skid loader, dump truck, etc.)
  • Drive in site on six wheeled dump truck or other heavy equipment.
  • Loaded out old berm material into off-road dump trucks.
  • Collect delivery tickets from dump truck driver.
  • Drive dump trucks and operate heavy equipment.
  • Operated a 5, 10, 15 and 20 ton dump truck to spread and surface materials.
  • Operate boom truck, dump truck, inventory, load/unload trucks, load railcars, daily paperwork.
  • Load mixed cuttings into semi trailer or tri axle dump truck to be hauled off.
  • Drive off road dump trucks, operate front end loader and trackhoe long stick
  • Operate medium wheel loader backfilling ditch and loading 10 wheel dump trucks.
  • Operated excavator, dozer, dump truck, and scraper.
  • Operate Loader Off road dump truck
  • Dump truck driver Assist with any movements for heavy equipment Operate any heavy equipment in construction sites as needed
  • Operate front end loader, bucket truck and street sweeper * Drive dump truck * Supervise kids when needed
  • Profrormed various maintence work on equipment, dump trucks, and lowboy trucks.
  • Opearted dozer, dump truck, and excavator.
  • Managed Pavers and Retaining Wall crews Dump Truck Driver, Welder, Mechanic, Carpenter work.
  • Operate various equipment including excavator, sheep foot, off-road dump truck , LUll,and bobcat
  • Operated skidder,track loader and dozer, log truck and dump truck.

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7. Excavators
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Here's how Excavators is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate loaders and excavators for excavating drainage channel.
  • Operate loaders and excavators for underground utilities.
  • Operate hydraulic excavators excavating ditches for 16" water line and also around live fiber optic and electric lines.
  • Operated heavy equipment including excavators, bulldozers, motor graders, farm tractor/dirt pan, and backhoes.
  • Experience with loaders, excavators, back hoes, bobcat and all additional heavy equipment.
  • Operated excavators and bulldozers doing clearing and grade work, also demolition work.
  • Operated backhoe and mini excavators during sewer and water repairs of all types.
  • Excavate trenches for underground utilities and around live utilities with excavators and backhoes.
  • Operated heavy equipment clearing land and loading dump trucks using excavators and bulldozers.
  • Operate excavators, backhoes, and loaders for roadway construction.
  • Load trucks with excavators and loaders.
  • Excavate trenches with excavators and backhoes.
  • Operated bulldozers, excavators, skid steers, conveyor system, water pumps, railcar shaker, and road sweeper.
  • Operate hydraulic excavators, backhoe loaders, dozers, scraper, motor graders, crushers, and wash plants.
  • Operate dozers, loaders, water pulls, 14M blade and excavators for excavation of landfill expansion.
  • Operate scrapers, excavators, and water pulls for jobsite excavation.
  • Operate excavators and wheel loaders for excavating and backfill utility ditches.
  • Operate dozers, scrapers, water pulls, blades, and excavators for large excavation job site at new Marana landfill.
  • Operate excavators, dozers Site work, including clearing, loading trucks.
  • Job) Safe and efficient operation of Skid Steers, Backhoes, Dozer's Dump trucks Excavators Earth movers fork lifts.

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8. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Ensured proper working order of equipment by conducting routine inspections and preventative maintenance programs.
  • Worked with mechanics performing preventative maintenance and repaired equipment as breakdowns occurred.
  • Perform regular preventative maintenance on equipment to promote life expectancy.
  • Provided preventative maintenance for each piece of machinery personally manned.
  • Performed daily equipment walk around inspections and preventative maintenance responsibilities.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders.
  • Conducted extensive preventative maintenance operations as required.
  • General and preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on all equipment.
  • Maintained logs and records of the various tests performed on numerous ship equipment as part of preventative maintenance.
  • Provide guidance to subordinates on the preventative maintenance of all equipment before daily start up.
  • Perform preventative maintenance (such as checking oil, batteries, tires, etc.)
  • Typed, formatted, proofread, and edit correspondence used to document preventative maintenance.
  • Utilize trip tickets, hour logs, preventative maintenance schedules, and fuel logs.
  • Perform general and preventative maintenance of all equipment, trucks and trailers.
  • Perform minor preventative maintenance, such as greasing equipment, as required.
  • Performed per trip inspections and preventative maintenance on company vehicles.
  • Perform pre/post job inspections, perform preventative maintenance, and maintain support equipment.
  • Run Motor Grader, Dozer, Waterpull and perform preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Operated a 40k boom forklift Preventative maintenance on equipment Load/unload product & cargo

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9. Grade Stakes
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Here's how Grade Stakes is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Worked with grade stakes, transfers in scrapers and loaders, dirt to bring to correct elevation.
  • Install grade stakes using a laser, and read grade-stakes already in place for future development.
  • Analyze and survey the information on grade stakes, while placing them to arrange construction sites.
  • Interpreted information on grade stakes to assure that work was done properly.
  • Skilled in civil engineering land survey methods and grade stakes.
  • Learned to read and interpret grade stakes and grade rods.
  • Analyze the information on grade stakes and placing them.
  • Worked from grade stakes in operations of landfill.
  • Checked and set slope and grade stakes.
  • Grade stakes for cutting and filling area.
  • Build retention ponds read grade stakes
  • Interpreted information on grade stakes.
  • Load and unload materials; land clearing, grade stakes, trenches, etc.
  • Worked off of grid line grade stakes and blue prints.
  • Followed site grading and operations plan, read grade stakes and operated in a medium to fine grade environment.
  • Read blue prints, grade stakes.Job site lay out, order material,
  • Live Fire NCOIC Interpret information on grade stakes.
  • finish slops read grade stakes operate all equipment
  • Grade Work * Setting Grade Stakes
  • Operate various equipment Dozers,Loaders,Scrapers,Rollers,and set grade stakes on projects.

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10. Job Site
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Here's how Job Site is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Obtained necessary certifications and training required by customers for facility and job site operation procedures and safety.
  • Conducted job site safety inspections and promoted safety awareness among workers.
  • Moved in all heavy equipment to job site, this was a 3 month contract job!
  • Worked on various job sites ranging from preparation of street construction including sub-grade and granular grading.
  • Inspect and preform maintenance to trucks and equipment, Haul equipment to and from job site.
  • Assist the rig and company man in anything that needed done around the job site.
  • Communicate with General Contractors or Homeowner to layout Job Site from blue prints.
  • Operated trucks and trailers to deliver materials and asphalt to job sites.
  • Gather and load dirt and waste products from job sites onto trucks.
  • Assisted crew chief with developing safety plans for each job site.
  • Operate heavy equipment and direct vehicles on and off the job site
  • Traveled on interstate highways and rural dirt roads to job sites.
  • Provided security for assets in building and while on job site.
  • Traveled nationwide to job sites.
  • Operate dozer, scraper, roller, excavator, backhoe, grader and skid loader as required per job site.
  • Advised the foreman of any requirements for maintenance or repairs, assisted in routine maintenance with job site mechanic.
  • Inspect and operate heavy equipment such as excavators, loaders and dozers on job sites.
  • move natural material around job site by means of multiple pieces of euqipment
  • Ensured safety of Employees Conducted safety meetings Enforced safety procedures Maintained cleanliness of job site
  • Operated 657 Caterpillar Tractor on various construction sites Performed maintenance, troubleeshooting, and provided input to job site foreman.

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11. Water Truck
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Here's how Water Truck is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated the following equipment: loader, excavator, box blade, water truck, dump truck, and back how.
  • Operate Excavator, Front end-loader and Water Truck * Put in Wet Utilities for new development * Built roads for new development
  • Operated Grove RT cranes, Bobcats, Dump trucks and Semi water trucks during the construction of the Oil Refinery.
  • Used industry tools such as forklifts, power drills, power saws, water trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment to work hazardous waste material, operated water truck for dust control.
  • Front end Loaders, Water trucks, Bobcats, Also worked on maintenance crew.
  • Drive water truck to assist hydro teams, and for dust control.
  • Track hoe, back hoe, dump truck water truck operator
  • Stockpiled soil and operated water trucks.
  • Operate front end loader, telehandler, skid steer, mini excavator, 45 ton articulating dump truck, and water trucks
  • Assisted others in the construction and improvement of basic roadways with Compactors, Graders, Water Trucks, Dozers and Scrapers.
  • Operated multiple pieces of equipment including crusher, haul trucks, water truck, pecker, and dozer.
  • Operated 50 ton dump trucks and off road water trucks and D8 dozers
  • Operated loaders, dozers, back-hoes, rollers, water trucks.
  • Operate Kenworth based and CAT based water trucks as required.
  • Water truck driver, dozer operator and hoe-ram.
  • Operate D 9 dozer and water truck.
  • Operated viber roller, grader and water truck to help compact ground build-up.
  • Haul Truck Driver Water Truck Driver Nipped Supplies on Occasion Operated getman and surface loader
  • drive loaders , dozer ,haul trucks , water truck.

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12. Haul Trucks
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Here's how Haul Trucks is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate 988K, 980K, and 990K front end loaders as required to load haul trucks and customer trucks as required.
  • Operated scraper, water wagon, haul trucks, checked grade and other various tasks.
  • Run excavators dig out old foundation's concrete crusher load haul trucks drive haul trucks
  • Operate wheel loaders in the pit loading haul trucks from pit high walls.
  • Operate bulldozer, scraper, haul trucks on commercial construction jobs.
  • Direct haul trucks to their designated area to unload material.
  • Train new driver on operating haul trucks.
  • Operated the excavator to load the haul trucks
  • Use 980 loaders to Screen Slag for Plant, Crush Rock in portable crusher and load Haul Trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment including haul trucks, excavators, dozers and graders within and open pit and underground mining operation.
  • Operated Excavators, Dozers, Haul trucks, Graders for commercial excavation projects in Wyoming
  • Operate numerous pieces of equipment such as haul trucks skid steers backhoe.
  • Operate Excavators, Haul trucks, Frontend Loaders, Back Hoes.
  • Surface coal mine operation -Operation of large haul trucks
  • load costumers and our own haul trucks.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as 993 789 785 haul trucks, Operate D10 and D11 Dozers.
  • Operated multiple Caterpillar & Komatsu loaders, dozers, drills, excavators and haul trucks.
  • Operated Trackhoe, Bulldozer, Rubber-tired Hoe, Box-blade, Earthmover, Haul Trucks.
  • Assisted in production by operating dozers, trackhoes, backhoes and haul trucks.
  • Seined catfish ponds to load on live-haul trucks to send to catfish plants *** operated heavy equipment-loading trucks and tractors***

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13. Motor Grader
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Here's how Motor Grader is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment, including motor graders, heavy loaders, carryalls, bulldozers, backhoes, roller scrapers and tractors.
  • Operated power construction equipment such as motor graders, bulldozers, compressors, pumps, shovels and front-end loaders.
  • Operate production loader, off road haul truck, motor grader, backhoe, and excavator.
  • Operated; military grade: backhoe, excavator, bulldozer, motor grader, etc.
  • Used motor grader to maintain smooth roads as well as pattern prep.
  • Repaired road shoulders using a motor grader.
  • Managed roads with various motor graders.
  • Worked with front loaders, steam roller, backhoe, track hoe, bobcat, and motor graders.
  • Operated Trackhoe, Motor Grader, Bulldozer, Rubber-tired Hoe, Box-blade, Trenching Machine, Haul Trucks.
  • Operate excavators, motor graders, dozers, scrapers, loaders, barge material handler and skid steers.
  • Operate heavy equipment, grade calculation, backhoe, motor grader, dozer, excavator, front loader.
  • Operated power construction equipment such as motor graders, bulldozers, scrapers, tractors, front-end loaders.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as dozers, motor graders, front end loaders, excavators, etc.
  • Operated loaders, dozers, motor graders, scrapers, backhoes, track-hoes, and haul trucks.
  • Operate excavator, backhoe, dozer, motor grader, and loader.
  • Operate heavy equipment, grade calculation, motor grader, and dozer.
  • Haul heavy equipment, operate gradall and motor grader.
  • Operated Trackhoe, Rubber-tired Hoe, Bulldozer, Bobcat, Motor Grader, Bomag, Uniloader, and Haul Trucks.
  • Wheel Loaders, Dozers, Motor Graders, Watertrucks, Vibe- Rollers
  • operate front-end loaders, dozers, trackhoes, skidsteers, rollers, motor graders.

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14. Forklifts
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Here's how Forklifts is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated many forms of equipment including forklifts safely.
  • Operated many types of loaders, backhoes, skid steers, forklifts and other heavy machinery, three axle dump trucks.
  • Operated forklifts and dump trucks to transport trash, materials and site cleanup.
  • Operated forklifts (4 to 15 thousand lb capability) for 20 years.
  • Moved and loaded government equipment with several kinds of forklifts and other machines.
  • Handled various materials with Front End Loaders and Extended Boom Forklifts.
  • Operated cranes, front end loaders, bobcats, and forklifts
  • Operated 10.000 lb and below forklifts during Intrinsic Action KUWAIT.
  • Operate and maintain Forklifts, and Semi tractors and trailers.
  • Operate and maintain forklifts as large as 25,000 lbs.
  • Operated forklifts, cranes, Vac-u-lifts and computer terminals.
  • Operated all types of forklifts in a refinery setting.
  • Operated Track Hoes, Forklifts and Bulldozers.
  • Operated forklifts and man lifts.
  • Use forklifts to set vessels, spool pieces, unload trucks, load trucks, and set welders up with pipe.
  • Operate Track Hoes, Skid Steers, Double Drum Rollers, 10k Forklifts, and 12k Forklifts.
  • Included forklifts, tractors, bull dozers, cranes, and other heavy equipment.
  • Operated multiple pieces of equipment such as forklifts backoes bulldozers and graders.
  • Constructed and installed wrought iron and fabricated metal structures * Operated forklifts and other heavy equipment * Serviced farm tractors
  • Operated forklifts, cherry pickers, and cranes up to 500 tons CODES/ STANDARDS: API Q-1 CERTIFICATION ISO 9001/29001

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15. Scrapers
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Here's how Scrapers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment specifically but not limited to Cat scrapers.
  • Operated heavy equipment, including combo lifts, heavy loaders, carryalls, backhoes, scrapers and tractors.
  • Used communication methods with operators for hooking up and disconnecting scrapers for collection of soil.
  • Controlled equipment attachments such as blades, buckets, scrapers, swing booms.
  • Operated scrapers, rollers, brooms, water trucks and haul trucks
  • Reclaimed mining ground with scrapers, bulldozer, trucks and blades.
  • Operated 631 scrapers in the excavation of a flood channel.
  • Operated scrapers, soil regeneration machine, asphalt milling machine
  • Operate 623 scrapers for finish work.
  • Adjust handwheels and depress pedals to control attachments, such as blades, buckets, scrapers, or swing booms.
  • Operated Dozers, Scrapers, Motor Graders, Excavators and have Class A CDL Current License and Health Card.
  • Operated bull dozers, scrapers, graders and other pieces of equipment in an industrial environment.
  • Operated and completed scheduled maintenance on scrapers, bulldozers, packers and forklifts.
  • Operated D10R dozer pushing up stockpiles and pushing scrapers.
  • dump truck and towed or self-propelled scrapers.
  • Operate dozers for various tasks including finishing slopes with GPS, building burms, pushing scrapers, cutting lifts, etc.
  • Operated loaders, bull dozers, scrapers, 10 wheelers and belly dump trucks.
  • Operated scrapers, Bobcats, and bull dozers for Fremar.
  • operated 627 scrapers dozer and motor graders
  • Operated 631E scrapers, D6 dozer, 980 loader.

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Here's how Bobcat is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Assisted in building Ebola Treatment Centers by spreading gravel with Bobcat and Carpentry and masonry task.
  • Operate various pieces of equipment including front end loader, bobcat, forklift, and other equipment
  • General laborer, operate Lull, backhoe, bobcat and did some finish carpentry work.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as boring machine, trencher, backhoe, and bobcat.
  • Operated equipment including: Fork lift, Bobcat, front end loader.
  • Operate forklift, bobcats and various heavy equipment for land clearing.
  • Maintained, repaired and operated Heavy equipment from bobcats to cranes.
  • Operated backhoes, front loaders, graters, bobcats and forklifts.
  • Operated track-mobile, bobcat, and loader.
  • Operated front-end loaders, bulldozers and bobcats
  • Use Bobcat to transport asphalt.
  • Run Bobcat cleaning under Tail-pulleys.
  • Operated front-end loader, dozer, haul truck, bobcats, grader, & rock breakers.
  • Sorted recycled metals Operated Sit Down Forklift, Crane, and Bobcat.
  • operate baler / excavator / forklift / loader /bobcat
  • Operated heavy equipment for the purpose of maintaining a waste management site Operated Trackhoe, wheel-loader, bobcat, and forklifts
  • Used bobcat, backhoe, and trench for proper holes and movement of unwanted materials, also concert mixer an pourer
  • Operated equipment including forklifts, excavators, backhoes, bobcats etc Dump Truck in all phases of construction Snow removal
  • Operated Bobcats, Top Loaders, Bull Dozer and Trackhoes.
  • Operated a wheel-loader Plant maintenance, Certified to operate a forklift Skid Steer (Bobcat) experience

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Here's how Rollers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated Bulldozers, Excavators, Backhoes, Rollers, Off road trucks, Tire and Track Loaders, and Tractors.
  • Operated compactors, scrapers, and rollers to level, compact, and cover refuse at disposal grounds.
  • Operated a wide variety of equipment including Rollers, Compactors, and Skid Steers.
  • Operated numerous heavy equipment including Compactors, Bulldozers, Front-End Loaders and Road Rollers.
  • Used multiple types of forklifts to set in presses and rollers.
  • Operated Various Rubber Tire Loaders, Track Loaders, Rollers, Excavators, Dozers, End Dumps, Backhoes and Skid Loaders
  • Performed maintenance and repair work on the belt line changing out rollers and working at the fractionated plant and changing bearings
  • Operated end loaders, rubber-tire back hoes, excavators, motor graders, off-road dump trucks, smooth-drum rollers.
  • Line Truck Operation: pull cable through aerial messenger rollers followed by lashing and dropping the Cable box case.
  • Operate excavators, loaders, backhoes, dozers, scrapers, rollers and water pulls.
  • Build Road Pavement construction Operated steam rollers, Front end loader, and Traffic rollers
  • Operated Pavers, Steel Rollers, Back Rollers, Back Hoes, and Bobcats
  • Operated equipment such as loaders, bobcats, pavers, rollers and strippers
  • Operated dozers, loaders, excavators, skid steers and rollers.
  • Trained in operating a CAT D6K2 dozer, bobcat Skid Steer, CAT CB24B XT rollers, CAT 926M Loader.
  • Installed underground utilities Laid water and sewer mains for residential and industrial structures Operated backhoes, loaders, excavators, and rollers
  • Operate all heavy equipment: Backhoes, Excavators, Rollers, Dozers, Loaders, Fork lift.
  • Experience with running numerous "rollers" for compacting construction to meet density requirements per state inspectors.
  • operate dozers, mixers, rollers, scrapers in the construction of oil rig locations.
  • Bull dozier,Trachoe, and Rollers operations.

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18. Heavy Construction Equipment
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Here's how Heavy Construction Equipment is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated and performed preventive maintenance on various types of Heavy Construction Equipment and associated construction equipment.
  • Transport heavy construction equipment with tractor-trailer and follow safety protocol.
  • Loaded and secured heavy construction equipment with various attachments.
  • Learned basic operation of heavy construction equipment.
  • Transported heavy construction equipment with tractor-trailer.
  • Checked vehicles and heavy construction equipment and ensured that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment was in good working order.
  • Operate and maintain heavy construction equipment in various environmental conditions and on various time schedules to complete assigned missions.
  • Operate heavy construction equipment to perform various tasks in accordance with Army Corps of Engineers standards.
  • Operated heavy construction equipment that included 18-wheelers, scrapers, bulldozers, and dump trucks.
  • Secured heavy construction equipment for transport using chains and binders.
  • Operate and maintain various pieces of heavy construction equipment.
  • Transport heavy construction equipment with a 916 A3 tractor-trailer.
  • Experience with a wide variety of heavy construction equipment.
  • Operated light and heavy construction equipment.
  • Operate various heavy construction equipment Ensure customers are scheduled for proper job location and ensure proper safety training and documentation of customers
  • Operated and transported heavy construction equipment Inspected and maintained heavy construction equipment and transport vehicles and equipment
  • Transport heavy construction equipment with tractor-trailer Accomplishments Ive helped mentor various soldiers.
  • Operated and maintained heavy construction equipment, such as, loaders, graders, dozers, backhoes, and dump trucks.
  • Operated and maintained various types of heavy construction equipment and trained personnel in the safe operations of equipment.
  • Operated heavy construction equipment such as graders, loaders, and bull-dozers.

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19. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Expected to be a responsible operator and to always be in compliance with all OSHA standards.
  • Followed all OSHA and local safety procedures to ensure safety of customers, workers and equipment.
  • Ensured compliance with all OSHA and DOT regulations to maintain a spotless safety record.
  • Followed all company policies and OSHA/MSHA regulations for safe working procedures.
  • Adhere to company policies, procedures and OSHA safety standards.
  • Card for Construction Safety and Health OSHA 10HR.
  • Perform safety inspections to ensure OSHA compliance.
  • Operate Heavy Equipment Achievements OSHA 10Hr.
  • Received OSHA Training and Forklift Training.
  • Adhered to strict federal safety/OSHA laws.
  • Followed all OSHA safety rules.
  • Disposed of hazardous materials in compliance with OSHA standards Hand-selected to build company display truck based on automotive restoration expertise.
  • Performed daily maintenance checks on all different types of equipment Followed all OSHA and state environmental regulations.
  • Trained new hires, CAL-OSHA-10/30 safety classes, South West Gas Class, onsite foreman.
  • Demonstrated workplace safety in accordance with MSHA and OSHA regulations, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Supervised laborers and ensured all OSHA regulations were being followed !
  • Maintained clean and neat work surfaces according to OSHA/Hazmat requirements.
  • Comply with 10 hour OSHA HAZMAT regulations where applicable.
  • Performed quality inspections for all products produced by my department Maintained and adhere to all osha regulations
  • Sheet rock installation installation of plumbing fixtures warehouse operations osha certified Heavy Equipment operator osha certified Asphalt Roller

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20. CDL
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Here's how CDL is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Worked as CDL driver and operator of heavy equipment on state road 88, state road 25 and interstate I-20.
  • Maintained Class A CDL for operation of tandem axle dump trucks and semi tractor-trailer hauling units.
  • Drive any and all CDL vehicles when needed, including semis and boom trucks.
  • Acquired CDL-A Driver's License with HAZMAT, Tanker, and Doubles/Triples Endorsements.
  • Obtain Certification In CDL Heavy Equipment To Operate H12/H14 Cat/John Deer Motor Graders.
  • License: Oregon Drivers License CDL Class A with current Medical Certificate
  • Hold Class A commercial CDL and Class 1 operators license.
  • Haul equipment and materials in CDL trucks.
  • Mass grading experience, class A CDL
  • Concrete Mixer Driver Class A CDL
  • Have class A CDL and drove dump trucks, haul truck, lowboys.
  • Operated heavy equipment, maintained equipment, tracked loads, operated Class A tractor-trailers - Nebraska Issued Class A CDL
  • Operated Type A CDL equipment Hauling and treatment of water for agricultural fields and in agricultural applications
  • Operated CDL A and B trucks when not not working on those pieces of equipment.
  • Certified class A CDL driver with hazmat and tanker qualification.
  • License Missouri Commercial Chauffeur CDL class A license
  • Acquired Class A CDL * Inspected the daily work and progress of three crews.
  • License #8306543 Completed Journeyman Examination October 14th 2016 Class A CDL, with air brakes.
  • License Class A CDL * with current medical card References References are available upon request.
  • Full Time) through September 2006 (Part Time) CDL class A license and Hoisting Engineering License required

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21. Track Hoe
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Here's how Track Hoe is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Experience in operating track hoe, bulldozers, bobcats, front-end loaders, field track hoe, forklift, and rollers
  • Operated equipment including: Mill Machine, front end loader, backhoe, & track hoe.
  • Operated track hoe setting drill stem and pulling pipe on exit side of bore.
  • Operate Track Hoe one pipe line, Operate all equipment as needed.
  • Operated a track hoe on Clearing, Right of way, Tie Ins, Lowering in, HDD and cleanup.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as bull dozers, track hoes, front end loaders, and scrapers in various industrial locations.
  • Operated dozer, track hoe, back hoe, and build location sites for drilling rigs
  • Operate several equipment such as front end, back hoe, track hoe, etc
  • Operated track hoe on winch line connected to a dozer in steep terrain.
  • Operate track hoe, bull dozer, dump truck, packer, etc.
  • Track Hoe, Backhoe & Dozer
  • Dig and Load Gravel onto trucks Operate Track hoe and Frontend loader
  • Grade Work with Track hoe Frontend loader Skidstier Backhoe.
  • Operated Back hoe, Track hoe, lol, Front end loader ect.
  • Operated Track hoe, Dozer and skid steer building site pads for CVS, Walmart and Walgreens projects.
  • Mobilized heavy equipment; Operated track hoes; Operated back hoes Operated high lifts and skid loaders;
  • Job Title: Track Hoe Operator/Foreman Pay Rate: $22.00hr $75.00 a Day Per-deem Supervisor: Brad Lee Ph.
  • operate heavy equipment,track hoe,track loaders,rubber tire loaders
  • Side booms Dozer Loader Track Hoe
  • track hoe back hoe excavotor skidder dozer

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22. Heavy Machinery
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Here's how Heavy Machinery is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy machinery within populated work zones.
  • Contracted out to help Steel Mill dispose of molten steel using heavy machinery to include pot hauler and front end loader.
  • Operated heavy machinery, such as front-end loaders, graders, and bulldozers, in support of an engineer battalion.
  • Operated heavy machinery & managed more than 50 Marines on safety issues that go along with daily operations.
  • Operate heavy machinery, ensure pump was operational, and check for proper slump % of concrete.
  • Perform tasks with heavy machinery such as excavate dirt to form a ring wall.
  • Operate heavy machinery and other equipment to transport material in a rock quarry.
  • Observed hand signals, grade stakes and others markings when operating heavy machinery.
  • Operate heavy machinery in accordance with safety rules and regulations of the job.
  • Operate heavy machinery while maintaining the organization of the landfill.
  • Perform tasks with heavy machinery and document machine performance.
  • Operated hand and power tools and heavy machinery safely.
  • Operated various types of heavy machinery for road construction.
  • Cox industrial Cutting grass, scheduling landscaping appointments and maintaining lawn care equipment, operate heavy machinery
  • Received additional training and professional certifications to operate heavy machinery in the State of Hawaii.
  • Operated and maintained heavy machinery such as but not limited to; Trac-ho, Front Loader, Trac-Loader, and Back-Dump.
  • Operate Heavy Machinery Jared Collins, Foreman [ ]
  • Operate heavy machinery industrial cleaning Assembly
  • Uploaded, offloaded, transported machinery and equipment Arranged and kept inventory of parts and supplies Operated heavy machinery
  • Drive and operate heavy machinery Complete pre-inspections Trained safety observer

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23. Caterpillar
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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate heavy equipment, including D-9 Caterpillar, 980-G Skip loader, water truck, and dump truck.
  • Operate various equipment, including Caterpillar Compactors, Caterpillar D8, D9, and D10 Bulldozers.
  • Performed tasks utilizing the Caterpillar D250E dump truck to place material in desired locations.
  • Trained also on various equipment such as, Caterpillar Motor Graders and bulldozers.
  • Used Caterpillar Machines including: Graders, Loaders, Excavators, and Trucks.
  • Certified by caterpillar on 740 haul trucks and ran SKYTRAXS.
  • Operated all Caterpillar loaders, company trucks and forklifts.
  • Form stock piles using D10 Caterpillar bulldozer.
  • Operated a 960 Caterpillar front end loader
  • Pay loaders; caterpillar; 966, Dresser; 555, 550, 540.
  • Operated Caterpillar 775D, E, and F. Help Repair Crusher in the rock quarry when it would go down.
  • Operated 773D dump truck, Euclid 90 ton dump truck, 637E scraper, D10 caterpillar dozer and 631E scraper alternatively
  • Operated heavy equipment such as Caterpillar D10 & D11 Bulldozers, Caterpillar 988 Loaders, and Volvo Loaders.
  • Applied water to dusty road surfaces Operates a 16G, and 16H Caterpillar Motor Grader.
  • Operated 777D dump truck, 637E scraper, D10 caterpillar dozer and 631E scraper
  • Project: Brunei Shell Petroleum LNG Plant & BSP Housing Operate of excavator and loader caterpillar 966F caterpillar 345C excavator
  • experience with John Deere 490 & 590, & Hitachi 220 excavators, Caterpillar 988G, Bobcat loaders 3.
  • Operated D10 caterpillar dozer, 631E scraper and 992D loader Achievements:
  • Rock Truck: Caterpillar 777 Bulldozer: Caterpillar D7, D9, D10, D11 End Loader: 988,992
  • operated excavator,dozer,scraper,front end loader all caterpillar equipment.Have 22 yrs experience with these machines.

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Here's how General Labor is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment and worked as a general labor
  • General laborer duties while regulating safety instructions.
  • Worked in the Mining industry from 1988 through 1993 as a General Laborer, Heavy Hauler operator & Heavy Equipment Operator.
  • Control ticketing and inventory on Unix-based computer system (ABCS), receiving, re-winder operator, and general labor.
  • Attended 2 years at a vocational college acquiring skills in heavy equipment technologies and general labor.
  • Performed numerous tasks of general labor to maintain an organized and clean work area.
  • Worked at the coal mines as a heavy equipment operator and general labor.
  • General Labor: Tamping, cleanup, operator off road dump truck.
  • General labor, help out and manage sub contractors.
  • Performed general labor duties as well as erosion control.
  • Performed general labor work at plant site.
  • General labor, problem solving and minor logistics
  • Work as a general laborer as needed.
  • Do any general labor that needs done.
  • Operated heavy equipment and performed general laborer involving natural gas installation for service lines and mains.
  • General Labor Safely Operating Heavy Equipment.
  • general labor, excavation, and demolition.
  • General labor Maintain a safe work site
  • Roll off Driver Specialty heavy equipment driver General labor duties as needed
  • include: operating fork-lift, front-loader, tri-axle and general laborer.

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25. New Construction
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Here's how New Construction is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Executed electrical wiring and installed repairs of residential construction sites, including new construction.
  • Operated multiple types of heavy equipment to prepare sites for new construction building and for the creation of roads and highways.
  • Job requirements were to level and dig for the development of new construction, pipeline installation, and airport runway.
  • Demolished, destroyed and cleared of existing sections of refinery, prepared and set up site for new construction.
  • Pave new and existing roads in the city and county and also on new construction jobs
  • Installed wood floors, ceramic tile, vinyl and linoleum for remodels and new construction.
  • Performed as lead operator and as a welder for all new construction on sight.
  • Operated heavy equipment in the ground breaking and initial preparation of new construction sites.
  • Crew Foreman and equipment operator in residential water and sewer new construction and repairs.
  • Prepare land for new constructions, to installation plumbings and roads projects.
  • Operated heavy equipment for new construction in drain pipe placement.
  • Completed tear-down of existing structures and prepared for new construction.
  • Install sewer and water utilities on new construction projects.
  • Included new construction as well as existing surfaces.
  • Compacted earth to prepare sites for new construction
  • Expanded capacity for new construction.
  • experience in pipe work, utility work and paving in residential and industrial site development of new construction and site repair.
  • Operate all dirt equipment and small cranes for new construction in Dow Chemical Freeport.
  • Framed new construction of single-family homes and townhomes.
  • Pipe work, directional boring Grading, asphalt work, concrete work Street repair, new construction, pipe repair

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26. John Deere
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Here's how John Deere is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate John Deere 550 and 850J in order to bury fiber optic cable for residential and commercial use.
  • Operate and perform maintenance and service on Caterpillar, John Deere and Hitachi engineering equipment.
  • Completed various tasks with a John Deere 644E bucket loader in conjunction with the D250E.
  • Operated large 7000-8000 John Deere series tractors, working and preparing fields.
  • Operated a John Deere 200D digging pipeline ditches to designated depths.
  • Operated a John Deere 672B road grader maintaining haul roads.
  • Used John Deere land level to keep haul roads bladed.
  • Operated a John Deere 215 to lay storm drain.
  • Operated several types of John Deere tractors and implements.
  • Operate CAT D6D and John Deere 650 H. Build house pads, clear land, build ponds and dig septic.
  • Experience in the use of a John Deere 670 G grader.
  • Operated a John Deere 710G Backhoe and a Bobcat for bridgework and guardrail repair in the Gainesville, MO area.
  • Skilled in operation of Cat and John Deere Loaders, Back Hoe, Excavators, Dozers and Compact Roller.
  • Operated Cat track hoes, Cat rubber tire loader w/ side dump bucket and forks, John Deere backhoe.
  • Operate John Deere Backhoe with front loader bucket and Kubota Backhoe digging trench line for irrigation system installation.
  • Gained experience using the following equipment: John Deere 323d Track Skid Steer to include operation & maintenance.
  • Operated John Deere 410 backhoe and Cat 322 Rubber tire excavator.
  • Operated a John Deere 700 dozer on the spoil area, placing the excess dirt to be seeded.
  • load & unload John Deere Excavators onto flatbed trucks - accurately ensures orders go out in a timely manner
  • Operated a D6 and 750J John Deere dozer to perform backfill operation in remediated areas.

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27. Tractor Trailers
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Here's how Tractor Trailers is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate equipment to load dump trucks, tractor trailers and pickup trucks with bulk material as well as off load trucks.
  • Operate backhoes, graders, front-end loaders, forklifts, skid-steers, scrapers, buses and tractor trailers.
  • Operated overhead crane inside building for loading, unloading tractor trailers and moving equipment and material as needed.
  • Operate bulldozers, compactors, backhoes, front end loaders, rollers, dump trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as tractor trailers, forklifts, scrapper, and front end loaders.
  • Repaired fleet vehicles, Tractor Trailers, Excavators, Backhoes, skid steers etc.
  • Loaded & unloaded tractor trailers, perform daily inspections on all mobile equipment.
  • Worked in truck ship\\op overhauling and maintaining a fleet of 50 tractor trailers.
  • Dig trenches, load dump trucks, unload semi trucks and tractor trailers.
  • Managed day-to-day dispatch operations of four tractor trailers, five 10K forklifts.
  • Complete service of all oilfield tractor trailers and heavy equipment.
  • Unload and Reload Tractor Trailers via forklift.
  • Performed minor maintenance on tractor trailers.
  • Manage personnel Operate heavy construction equipment ranging from tractor trailers to eighteen yard scrapers
  • Operated various pieces of construction equipment including tractor trailers - Assigned to 823rd Red Horse Combat Heavy Construction Squadron
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment (tractor trailers, passenger busses).
  • Owned and operated tractor trailers Maintained and repaired equipment Kept company records, payroll and negotiated contracts
  • Perform maintenance on fleet equipment: slip-form pavers, tractor trailers, dozers, rollers and regular pickup trucks.
  • Operated 15 ton front-end loader among other pieces of equipment Ran industral hay grinder and loaded tractor trailers
  • Operate stand up/sit down forklift Lead Operator Front end loader Loaded tractor trailers Keep lumbar wood stocked Assist customers with merchandise Cashier

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28. GPS
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Here's how GPS is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Grade Checking Equipment: Laser, Transit/Pipe Laser, Locke Level & Rule, Contractor's Level, and Top-Con GR-3 GPS
  • Operated Chieftain R GPS guided track support vehicle and D7 high track to pull CAT Trains on 130 mile supply runs.
  • Followed grade stakes (rough and finish grade) with excavator, bulldozer and backhoe with and without GPS.
  • Contribute to documentation of daily GPS readings, and Daily Equipment Inspections (DEI).
  • Operate heavy equipment that is equipped with GPS and UTS systems.
  • Still need to work on finishing skills without GPS help.
  • Piloted boats to designated GPS locations.
  • Gravel (AB) processing & spreading, With GPS or without.
  • Can set grade by eye balling or GPS.
  • Keep dump zone on grade as per GPS.
  • Set grade stakes from GPS rover.
  • experience in road work, utility work, some GPS and site work for natural gas well drilling pads.
  • Experience with GPS equipped Blade and dozer, Rover, Transit grade laser.
  • Surveyed using Trimble GPS equipment placing cut/fill location at earth work projects.
  • Grade full manually using grade stakes or by gps.
  • Used topcon GPS devices and systems.
  • Set up to mow hay 30ft swath with GPS auto steer and head land mgmt systems: 30 acres/hr.
  • Undercut with trackhoe, with or without GPS.
  • Operated and maintained off-road dump truck and water truck Operated compactor Assisted in job layout using GPS equipment
  • Operated gps dozer and track hoe; read blue prints, done layout and survey work.

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29. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Attach farm implements such as plows, discs, sprayers, or harvesters to tractors, using bolts and hand tools.
  • Inspect, clean, maintain, and repair equipment, using mechanics' hand tools, and report malfunctions to supervisors.
  • Fitted and assisted in fitting valves, couplings and assemblies to tanks, pumps and systems, using hand tools.
  • Attach, fasten, and disconnect cables or lines to loads, materials, and equipment, using hand tools.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including bulldozers, excavators, trucks, forklift, loaders and basic hand tools.
  • Used hoists, hand tools, test instruments, computerized test equipment, calibration tools, micrometers and gauges.
  • Used hand tools to dig and pull wiring along the tracks to use for wiring signals and switches.
  • Operated small hand tools and heavy equipment: back hoe, loaders and bobcats.
  • Utilized hand tools & power tools, read blueprints for specifications.
  • Maintained heavy equipment, lawn equipment, pumps and hand tools.
  • Dismantled and reassembled heavy equipment using hoists and hand tools.
  • Perform operator maintenance on hand tools and equipment.
  • Use hand tools, such as shovel, rakes, pruning saws, hedge or brush trimmers, or axes.
  • Used hoists, lift trucks, hand tools and power tools.
  • Hand tools, pumps, and compressors.
  • Job performance requires the knowledge in using all necessary hand tools, operating heavy equipment, and surveying .
  • General labor with MOT crew including use of jack hammers, jumping jacks, and various hand tools.
  • Greased, oiled and performed minor repairs on tractor, using grease gun, oilcans and hand tools.
  • Operated various power & hand tools Operated various heavy equipment.
  • Use basic hand tools such as wrenches,, hammers, pliers, etc.

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30. Komatsu
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Here's how Komatsu is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Qualified Operator for numerous Cat and Komatsu heavy equipment.
  • Operate Komatsu HD-605/ CAT 775D, CAT 773B to haul material and maneuver into tight areas.
  • Operate and maintain Komatsu 3 in 1 Bucket loader and forklift class 7 40K capacity.
  • Maintain kaolin cut and dump areas using Komatsu E85 Bulldozer.
  • Operate and maintain Komatsu 3 in 1 bucket loader.
  • Operate 966C/F and 988H Cat Loader, Komatsu 500 & 600 to load Trucks, Crusher and Push-up Stock Piles.
  • Drive Caterpillar 777, 785, 789; Komatsu 630, 685, 830.
  • Operated 700, 800, 600, Komatsu loaders.
  • Operated and maintained production by hauling overburden utilizing a 793C, 797C, 777C, MT4400, 170 Euclids, Komatsu.
  • Trained and qualified to Safely operate the Komatsu' 830E, 240 ton haul truck.
  • Operated all types of mining equipment drove a Komatsu 930 haulin from electric shovel.
  • Operate Komatsu 470 loader, CAT skid-steer, Bobcat skid-steer, and forklift.
  • Operated Komatsu D65 and D41 dozers.
  • Cat 6060 fs experience consists of operation in the pre-bench area of the mine and the loading of Komatsu 730e end-dumps.
  • Assured correct placement of clay to proper bins using E65 Komatsu Dozer and 950 CAT Loader.
  • Operated and maintained Komatsu 500 Front-end Loader and CAT Excavator Responsible for general maintenance of the facility
  • Operate and maintain a Komatsu WA 500 front end loader, Caterpillar D6H dozer.
  • Operate Komatsu 500 loader, 150 LS New Holland Skidsteer.
  • Experience with Senneboggen 380, Cat 345B, Cat Skid steer, Linde Forklift, and Komatsu 250 Front end loader
  • Operated a 621 waterpool, operated komatsu pc400 excavator and komatsu rubber tire dozer.

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31. Equipment Operation
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Here's how Equipment Operation is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Completed professional military training in heavy equipment operations and graduated top of the class.
  • Received training in heavy equipment operations and explosives.
  • Monitored equipment operation and identify malfunctions.
  • Union-sponsored training for heavy Equipment Operations
  • Understand and constantly update knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances, and rules involved in heavy equipment operation.
  • Monitored equipment operation, gauges, and panel lit to detect deviation from company and environmental standards.
  • Trained and coached new employees on equipment operation, technical standards, safety and landfill compliance regulations.
  • Perform essential duties on construction projects consisting of demolition, maintenance, and equipment operation.
  • Attended seminars on safety, equipment operation, and other skills for Water Distribution License.
  • Crew leader for the daily maintenance and equipment operations of over 80 pieces of equipment.
  • Maintained, operated and supervised heavy equipment operation(s) safely and successfully.
  • Adjusted controls to activate, set, and regulate equipment operation according to SOP.
  • Monitor, control, and record equipment operations operating machines and computer systems.
  • Performed heavy equipment operations near USAF F-15 fighter jets and crew.
  • Performed heavy equipment operations with several front loaders and backhoes.
  • Logged over 10,000 accident-free hours of equipment operation.
  • General dirt work equipment operation and labor.
  • Instructed 10+ personnel proper equipment operation, snow removal priorities and techniques, and safety guidelines at annual augmentee snow school.
  • EXPERIENCE Trained and supervised workers in equipment operation, and fundamentals of quarry opera-tions.
  • Project: New Lay 12" Steel Pipeline Responsibilities: Heavy equipment operations, lowering in 12" pipe, backfill

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32. Snow Removal
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Here's how Snow Removal is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Used blade to maintain shoulders and medians on the interstate all equipment is used for snow removal for major interstates.
  • Maintained $2.9 million dollar snow removal fleet, repaired discrepancies immediately, keeping all assets 100% operational.
  • Front End Loader, Backhoe, and Bobcat operation primarily for snow removal of the base mountain areas.
  • Concrete, traffic controls, snow removal, Emergency Disaster and Equipment Training.
  • Assisted with snow removal with plow and also have used large lawn equipment.
  • Constructed drill pads, pioneered roads, slope work, drainage, snow removal
  • Asphalt Repair, Snow Removal, Lighting Repair, Mechanics, Sign Repair
  • Operate various equipment for general site preparation, landscaping, snow removal.
  • Jetted and vectored sewer systems, waste management and snow removal.
  • Execute road maintenance and snow removal on Laramie County roads.
  • Supervised 5+ personnel in snow removal during a major snowstorm.
  • Assisted in snow removal of roads and essential locations.
  • Snow removal with blades, loaders and trucks.
  • Worked 12-16 hour on call snow removal shifts.
  • Perform seasonal maintenance on roads, using equipment for snow removal, road leveling and proper drainage Welding and mechanical experience
  • Operated tandem and single axle vehicles General labor including paving, snow removal and road maintenance
  • Set up/tear down laser equipment - Snow removal, commercial and residential excavating
  • Snow removal plant wide with loader and skidsteer.
  • Snow removal for two winter seasons part time, 730 dresser loader and 250 case skid steer
  • Snow removal and vegetation maintenance around windmill sites for Everpower, also.

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Here's how D6 is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated various types of heavy equipment including but not limited to: D41 and D65 bulldozers, 200 and 270 Excavators.
  • Operate bulldozer, excavator, and motor grader, drive haul trucks, built slope grading with D6 bulldozer.
  • Operate Caterpillar D6 High Track Bulldozer and Or John Deere Hi- Speed bulldozer to perform Site reclaim Duties.
  • Operate MD6240 Rotary Drill to prepare stone face for blasting.
  • Engaged in the operation of Earth Moving Equipment: D5, D6H, D7G.
  • Operated D6n and D6t to push piles to cap ponds.
  • Operated Cat D6R on stockpile with 8 Articulated trucks running, ran 330 Excavator some days.
  • Operate DOZER CatD6, pushing, stockpiling earth/materials and leveling working area.
  • Operated backhoe, D6 dozer (traditional / cat controls).
  • Operate D6 Cat Dozer in pioneering ice roads.
  • Operated a D10T, D10N, D9R, and D6R CAT dozers.
  • Operate D6-D11 dozer, Cat 315-345 excavator, 777-793 Rock truck.
  • Operated caterpillar D6R XL , D6D, and D6C.
  • Reclaim with d6 and d11 dozer.
  • Operated dozers from D6 to D11's for slope work on Tailings dams, build dikes to control water flow.
  • Operated D6 dozer, long reach excavator and 336 excavator.
  • Pushed dirt into fill with a catapillar D6 dozer.
  • Operated 963 Loader, D6 Bulldozer and Bobcat 631 Scraper Pan Projects included: Montgomery Co. Correctional Facility, Clarksburg, MD
  • Operated D6 Dozer, Komatsu 290, 300, 350 Excavators: Front Loader: Disposed of waste from drilling companies.
  • Operated: D6 Loader/ D5 Loader/ D4 Loader 540C Dresser Backhoe Skid Steer Fibromas Roller

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Here's how Volvo is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operate 330E Volvo Excavator to load on road dump trucks with final processed and dried material to be shipped off site.
  • Operate 740 Haul Truck (CAT & Volvo), load under 349 CAT excavators and dump load in specific areas.
  • Operated an articulating truck (VOLVO A40E) to haul dirt to be used as fill on a construction job.
  • Load processed material with Volvo 330E excavator onto Volvo 440 End Dumps to be relocated on site for Drying Purposes.
  • Operate 25 & 35 ton Volvo B&M Haulers and perform routine maintenance on machinery.
  • Operated Volvo A-35 articulated rock truck, transporting sand for cement mixing trucks.
  • Operated 3 separate models of Volvo front end loaders, and forklifts.
  • Operated Volvo lizard truck, motor grader, and Water Truck.
  • Operate Volvo 25-40 ton off road dump trucks.
  • Lot of time spent operating mobile shear, Genesis and Labounty brands shears attached to Cat336 and Volvo 360.
  • Operate JD excavators, Volvo 220 Loaders, CAT D7 and 825 Compactor, and water truck.
  • Operated Volvo A25 articulating dump truck and Caterpillar 910, 966 and 980 Bucket loader.
  • Operate roller, 40 ton Volvo rock truck, skid loader, flagger, & pipe layer
  • Operated 330 Kobelco, EW170 Volvo, JD550, JD310.
  • Operated and maintained a cedar rapids gravel crusher, caterpillar genirator,Volvo front end loader.
  • End dump truck Volvo or cat.ruber tires excavator and some more aquiment.
  • Back blading and leveling Volvo mini excavator/ used for small jobs Water Truck / dust control
  • Operated volvo dump truck, nuematic roller, sheep's foot, loader, bobcat..
  • Fork lift, ips 200 baler, Volvo l90 & l20 including skidster.
  • Load truck Fed milling machine Ran hammer Laid pipe Maintained stock pile with a 380 Volvo

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35. D8
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Here's how D8 is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Transported heavy equipment (D8 caterpillar, rubber tire, and other track loaders) to various mining areas.
  • Operated D6 & D8 to keep trash pushed on working face.
  • Operated D4 to D8 bulldozers grading dirt and building terraces.
  • Operated heavy equipment in the stone yard such as Dozers D8 and D6, excavators, and haul trucks
  • Operated and oiled D8 and D6 dozers as well as 950 and 966 Loaders both bucket and forks
  • Mastered many pieces of construction equipment including compactors, D8 dozer, excavators, and loaders.
  • Used Cat D8 Dozer on a Clearing and Grubbing operation to prepare for future blasting operations.
  • Lead Scraper Operator 627G, 627F Dozer Operator D8, D7
  • Operated a D8 dozer for stripping.
  • CAT 988G, 992G Loaders CAT D8T, D10T Dozers CAT 325 Excavator CAT 777D Truck
  • Operated D8T, D9T, 345D Trackhoe, 143H &14M blades and 950G loader.
  • Lead Scraper Operator 627G Dozer D8, Blade 160H, Skid Steer, Backhoe
  • Operated bull dozers D11 D10 D9 D8.
  • rip rock with d8 dozer shove rock to crusher, feed crusher with excavator, break rock with excavator.
  • Operated large excavators on pipeline maintenance, and mainline projects.Graded with D6 and D8 dozers.
  • Operate 825 Compactor, Smooth Drum Roller, D8 Dozer, and Articulated Dump.
  • Operate 365 cat excavator and d8 dozer
  • Operated Excavator Operate D8 Spread dirt
  • Used D8DOZER with gps/laser to cut/hold grade for 4 lane Highway.
  • operated d8, 832 Compac, w-14 and 2700 series dozer at the Miramar Landfill

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36. Road Construction
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Here's how Road Construction is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Maintained and operated heavy equipment, laying pipe for road construction, and welding bridge crew set up, rod busting.
  • Work consisted of design/build of water retention basin for the City of Boulder city and various road construction projects.
  • Operate and maintain various heavy equipment as well as manual labor related to road construction.
  • Operated all equipment associated with road construction and maintenance including motor graders and back hoes.
  • Force protection, bridge repair, road construction and repair along with base building.
  • Operate various pieces of heavy equipment in road construction and in a refinery.
  • Performed all aspects of road construction with a large St. Louis based company.
  • Experience with road construction, ditches, culverts, and groundwork
  • Planned road construction by using available maps of the area.
  • Operated heavy equipment used in road construction and maintenance.
  • Experience in road construction, commercial and housing developments.
  • Worked for a road construction company.
  • Operated heavy equipment for road construction and new home development Responsible for equipment maintenance and finish grading
  • Completed road construction Installed under ground piping
  • Operated numerous pieces of road construction equipment in a safe manner for a general contractor.
  • Prepared operation plans and orders to support road construction and helicopter landing pads.
  • operate loader to load road construction equipment onto dump truck.
  • Cut sub grade on road construction Prepare pipe laying
  • Serveyed and operated heavy equipment for road construction.
  • operate heavy equipment general landscaping clear trees and brush from various sites residential development and road construction

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37. Water Lines
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Here's how Water Lines is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Have installed water lines, sewer lines, storm water drains and runoffs, and erosion control ditches and barriers.
  • Install storm drains, water lines and sewer pipe and also build ponds for erosion control.
  • Operate a bulldozer and backhoe when repairing roads, pads and putting in water lines.
  • Repaired equipment, water lines, and performed construction/maintenance repairs as well.
  • Provided labor in the installation of sewer lines and water lines.
  • Installed sewer & water lines for RV park & mobile offices.
  • Dig water lines, foundations, load trucks and move dirt.
  • Operate all equipment for pipeline and sewer and water lines.
  • Repair all Gas and water lines in Plant.
  • Repair broken water lines to city water customers.
  • Dig trenches for sewer and water lines.
  • Worked construction on sewer and water lines.
  • Installed sewer and water lines.
  • Installed sewer lines, water lines and septic systems and assisted plumbers with repair jobs.
  • Performed mandrel tests for sewer lines and hydrostatic pressure tests for water lines.
  • Layed water lines, storm drains, and sewer pipe.
  • Operated dirt moving equipment Excavated basements, sewer and water lines and backfill trenches and basements
  • installed water lines,gas, back filled curbs and done machine work/welding.
  • Operate 850-700 Dozer Operate 330-160-200 JD Trackhoe Clean out and build ponds, storm drains and water lines
  • Excavate storm lines and side sewers Backfilled and compacted trenches Installed water lines Graded roadway sub-grade Excavated dry utility trenches

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38. Msha
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Here's how Msha is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Ensured and contributed to a safe environment for customers and employees; kept current with and adheres to MSHA and safety training
  • Required to effectively clean, maintain and secure all equipment as required by legislation, company policies and MSHA procedures.
  • Helped monitor work environment to ensure grounds were kept within safe regulations of MSHA and plant rules
  • Complied with all company policies and procedures as well as MSHAW regulations.
  • Preformed duties and followed guidelines assigned by CALOSHA and MSHA regulations.
  • Assisted in the fabrication of all safety measures associated with MSHA/OSHA.
  • Order supplies to get boxes back to MSHA regulations.
  • Received safety training in the area of MSHA.
  • Loaded aggregate for customers adhering to MSHA standards.
  • Maintain proper berm height as per MSHA standards.
  • Make sure all MSHA standards/requirements are met.
  • Work safely to MSHA standards.
  • Adhered to all MSHA, OSHA, DOT rules and regulations
  • Trained in MSHA OSHA 10 Hour competent person and confined space.\ Performed all duties successfully with limited supervision.
  • Operate heat equipment in a safe manner in accordance with MSHA standards.
  • Trained and managed 5-12 employees and achieved significant improvements in their productivity, as well as compliance with MSHA regulations.
  • Conducted MSHA pre-shift safety inspections of all equipment and vehicles and ensured proper maintenance.
  • operated D-6 D-9 D-10 dozers **MSHA CERTIFIED
  • Have CPR , confined space,lock out tag out, hazardous material, mshaw traning.
  • operated end dumps operated motergrader coal haulers operated D-6 D-9 D-10 dozers D-water/ pumping **MSHA CERTIFIED

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39. Different Types
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Here's how Different Types is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Perform tests on different types of heavy equipment such as cooling, brake and productivity tests for research and development.
  • Worked as a team member with crews installing different types of under ground utilities and massive site development jobs.
  • Experienced in operating different types of heavy equipment and a multitude of experience with various tools of the industry.
  • Traveled 5,000 miles over various locations with different types of climates with 100% success without any accidents.
  • Executed the on and off loading of different types of military cargo from various sizes of aircraft.
  • Worked on a number of different types of equipment ranging from 416E Backhoe Loaders to 330 CL Excavators
  • Segregate and load different types of debris from demolition into roll off containers and ship.
  • Know all raw materials used in the process including the different types of wall board.
  • Drive heavy equipment using different types of scanners to ship products around the country.
  • Operated different types of heavy equipment in order to mine, sand and gravel.
  • Cleaned tanks on different types of motor vessels both inland and offshore platforms.
  • Oiled, greased, and fueled over 12 different types of equipment.
  • Use different types of attachments in order to accomplish task.
  • Learned how to load/unload different types of materials.
  • Fuel, HAZMAT, Construction Materials, Dumpsters for different types of construction waste, etc.)
  • Operated heavy equipment and drove several different types of trucks while in the army.
  • Truck Driving Ability to drive different types of trucks and heavy equipment effectively.
  • Operate different types of heavy equipment and grade grade checking.
  • Operated various different types of equipment ( back hoe, excavator, dozer, rock truck, roller.
  • Operated several different types of heavy equipment Maintained grounds and all roads in county Completed daily reports

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40. Building Pads
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Here's how Building Pads is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Operated a variety of heavy equipment in the construction of building pads, roads, parking lots and curb systems.
  • Set and read grade stakes to construct roads, parking lots, building pads, landfills and sediment ponds.
  • Run heavy equipment for a number of construction projects, also to grade roads and commercial building pads.
  • Assisted in the demolition of building pads using a CAT 320 excavator with a hammer attachment.
  • Excavate dirt for commercial and residential building pads and parking lots and built to finish grade.
  • Trench sewers, building pads, rough utilities, final grade on parking lots.
  • Run heavy equipment to grade building pads parking lots and erosion control
  • Land development- fill & cut building pads w/ heavy equipment.
  • Finished lime rock, sub grade, and building pads.
  • Installed building pads on grade.
  • Dig duct banks, dig foundations, dig building pads, build roads, back fill.
  • Lay pipe, build road, haul material, building pads.
  • Cut / fill for building pads.
  • Operated excavator and dozer used for clearing land, digging ponds, building roads, and building pads for buildings.
  • Operated Cat D-5 dozer rough and finish grading building pads, streets and parking areas.
  • Used dozer to set final grade on building pads parking lots.
  • Run heavy equipment and grade lots ,building pads
  • Work as an operator on many different machines 963,953 crawlers making building pads, building ponds filling in ponds road shaping .
  • Build small building pads as in restaurants and stores Finish sites with top soil Learned to read job plans and shoot grade
  • Operate motor grader and bull dozer Final grad for building pads Dress up areas and keep them neat Graded haul roads

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41. Safety Standards
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Here's how Safety Standards is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Task trained in heavy machinery operations in the open copper mine facility while maintaining all safety standards.
  • Clean area around an accidental waste spill ensuring adherence to all applicable safety standards and policies.
  • Adhere to OSHA safety standards, ensuring hazardous waste and chemicals are disposition and labeled according.
  • Ensured the completed work complied with US Military Force Protection and Health and Safety standards.
  • Adhere to all safety standards set forth by OSHA as well as the company.
  • Worked to OSHA & Company high safety standards / Power Safe / JSA writing.
  • Operated on the highest level of safety standards resulting in 0% injuries.
  • Maintain an orderly work area by implementing efficient health and safety standards.
  • Monitor operations to ensure that health and safety standards are met.
  • Train new crew members on the safety standards of construction machinery.
  • Load proper materials while abiding by all safety standards.
  • Follow and understand all OSAHA and company safety standards.
  • Ensured vehicles are properly loaded to safety standards.
  • Maintained safety standards for all work sites accordingly.
  • Implemented any safety standards as per guidelines.
  • Ensured safety standards were strictly enforced.
  • Adhered to all safety standards.
  • Maintained high levels of safety standards per company KPIs.
  • Trained new crew members on machinery and safety standards.
  • Followed safety standards in accordance with OHSA and DOT regulations Performed preventative maintenance on equipment Operated Drilling Rig

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42. Fluid Levels
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Here's how Fluid Levels is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Performed scheduled preventative maintenance including checking fluid levels and greasing equipment.
  • Make sure all equipment was greased and fluid levels checked on a daily basis to ensure proper equipment operation.
  • Check fluid levels, brakes, wheel motors, lights, and every working part on my equipment.
  • Checked fluid levels, tire pressure and condition, lights, and listen for unusual noises.
  • Performed daily preventative / post maintenance checks on equipment: checking fluid levels and greasing equipment.
  • Performed basic maintenance on equipment including daily tasks such as checking fluid levels and general inspection.
  • Maintained equipment in good working order by checking fluid levels and greasing and fueling machines.
  • Refueled company vehicles on site, checked fluid levels and pressure washed radiators.
  • Inspected loader's components, mechanisms and maintained fluid levels and lube requirements.
  • Maintained equipment by consistently checking fluid levels, greasing and fueling machines.
  • Check fuel, tire pressure, and fluid levels on equipment.
  • Check fluid levels of equipment and grease all pivot points.
  • Checked and maintained fluid levels, maintenance, and repairs.
  • Greased, oiled and maintained proper fluid levels in machines.
  • Make sure fluid levels are all up to standard.
  • Maintained equipment in good working order by checking fluid levels and greasing and fueling machines.Changed out beams and started machines back up
  • Maintained the truck access road and dumped pad area Maintained equipment in good working order by checking fluid levels and machines.
  • Provide daily maintenance to equipment by checking all fluid levels, looking for leaks, and greasing any moveable parts.
  • Make sure all fluid levels are in the in the safe operating range.
  • Maintained equipmentingood wor1dng order by checking fluid levels, greasing andfueling machines.

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43. Sewer Lines
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Here's how Sewer Lines is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Installed sewer lines, water main lines, and retention ponds, throughout the Northwest.
  • Installed new water and sewer lines, house traps, and fresh air vents.
  • Remove and Installed high pressure waterlines, Sewer lines and pipes for storm drains.
  • Use equipment to dig trenches to lay or repair sewer lines and other utilities.
  • Lay drainage, water and sewer lines in new subdivision and building sites.
  • Installed sewage systems, waterlines, sewer lines as well as other utilities.
  • Clean and repair septic tanks, sewer lines, or related structures.
  • Operate a Prodigy truck that pothole pipes and sewer lines.
  • Repair and maintain force main and gravity main sewer lines.
  • Transport equipment for foundations and water and sewer lines.
  • Provide maintenance/repair on water and sewer lines.
  • Put in water and sewer lines.
  • Repair water and sewer lines.
  • Maintained water and sewer lines.
  • Work included land development, installation of water and sewer lines and road installations.
  • Excavated trenches with grade for Storm and sewer lines in a safe manner.
  • Diagnose and repair lateral sewer lines and cleanouts on county easements.
  • Install / repair water and sewer lines Road building and erosion control Worked with engineers / inspectors to execute plans
  • Install water and sewer lines Asphalt paving Finish grating
  • finish grade commercial sites ,sewer lines ,pad sites, roads ,lakes ,ponds .land clearing ,shoreline ,etc

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44. Crew Members
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Here's how Crew Members is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Develop crew members for improving individual and organization performance.
  • Job consisted of reading blueprints, setting schedules for operations, and instruct crew members in a safe and timely manner.
  • Coordinated machine actions with other activities, positioning or moving loads in response to hand or audio signals from crew members.
  • Provide the crew members with clear directions as to what needs to be done to avoid mistakes or safety concerns.
  • Managed Microsoft Excel to keep orderly track of daily jobs, equipment maintenance, crew members and job percentage.
  • Work with other crew members to install irrigation systems, troubleshoot problems and make corrections as needed.
  • Worked with blueprints, and crew members in the construction of golf course and housing development.
  • Interacted with all crew members to coordinate daily tasks and ensure completion of project activities.
  • Positioned or moved loads using reference stakes or hand/audio signals from crew members.
  • Communicate with other crew members upon projects to be done and safety considerations.
  • Supervised 8 teams of 10 crew members, coordinating all daily operations.
  • Worked with a team of crew members to achieve a common goal.
  • Manage division of crew members and plan daily schedules.
  • Coordinated machine actions with signals from crew members.
  • Trained new crew members on heavy equipment.
  • Assign crew members work orders.
  • Coordinate machine actions with crew members in response to hand or audio signals to ensure site safety.
  • Served as onsite project representative to clients and crew members.
  • Trained and promoted education for all onsite crew members.
  • observe signals from other crew members.

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45. Safe Operation
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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Station Operator responsible for the safe operation of 7 electrically-powered natural gas compressors.
  • Trained in the safe operation of aforementioned pieces of equipment during a 12 week course afforded by the US military.
  • Conducted daily and routine safety checks of equipment prior to and during use that ensured safe operation for equipment.
  • Operated various heavy construction equipment, responsible for daily safety checks to ensure safe operation of the equipment.
  • Follow company and OSHA safety policies to insure safe operation of equipment and proper trenching and excavation.
  • Inspected equipment on a daily basis to insure safe operation, before, during and after use.
  • Maintained an excellent record of safe operation of heavy machinery used to construct highways and bridges.
  • Trained 4 Soldiers solely in the safe operations of all the heavy equipment before departure.
  • Key responsibilities include the safe operation of 9 different Heavy Equipment vehicles.
  • Greased and inspected crane to insure safe operation and prevent injury
  • Care and maintenance of machines and safe operation.
  • Practiced machine setup and safe operation skills.
  • Maintain safe operations during shifts.
  • Position: Make Ready Job Description: Inspection of all vehicles new and used to insure safe operation to all customers.
  • assigned with the operation of a variety of heavy construction equipment as well as inspecting the equipment daily for safe operation.
  • Performed pre and post maintenance checks on equipment to ensure efficient and safe operation.
  • Ensured the safe operation of a semi-truck while delivering products in a timely fashion.
  • Ensured pre-shift and post shift inspections were done for safe operation of equipment.
  • Conduct safe operation of large machinery, with constant vigilance of worksite dangers.
  • Operated heavy equipment * Ran a portable plant * Ensured safe operation of equipment

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46. Safety Procedures
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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Assisted dynamite blaster by loading holes and monitoring safety procedures including roadblocks and clearing site personnel.
  • Experience on safety procedures to performing daily inspections of equipment.
  • Operate appropriate equipment and enforce safety procedures and standards.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods.
  • Practiced proper safety procedures while handling explosives.
  • Briefed personnel on safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures for transporting.
  • Followed all safety procedures, including inspection of all the equipment I operated
  • Practice safety procedures while working on top and below a coal mine.
  • Supervised and trained other people on equipment and safety procedures.
  • Train new recruits on heavy equipment and safety procedures.
  • Trained new employees on safety procedures and equipment.
  • Use and maintain proper PPE and safety Procedures.
  • Followed SOP s and safety procedures.
  • Trained unqualified personnel on safety procedures, system operation, wire maintenance, technical publications, and maintenance documentation.
  • Used situational awareness and safety procedures in often hazardous work environments.
  • Monitor safety procedures while onsite.
  • Operated a forklift to load and unload supplies from vehicles Safety: Ensured that safety procedures are followed by all employees.
  • Follow appropriate safety procedures for transporting dangerous goods Inspect loads to ensure that cargo is secure.
  • Asphalt Plant Operator Maintence of Multiple Plants Organization of Documents Ran Multiple Computer Programs Great Knowledge of Safety Procedures

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47. Utility Lines
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Here's how Utility Lines is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Install utility lines for telecommunications and restored landscapes upon completion of services.
  • Dig and remove pipelines carefully around existing utility lines.
  • Completed projects: Septic, Water lines, Electrical conduits, Utility lines and Ponds in KC Metro and surrounding areas.
  • Followed all safety precautions to avoid marked and unmarked utility lines, workers, construction, etc.
  • Removed/installed utility lines (water, storm, sewer, electrical conduit, natural gas).
  • Install utility lines, make concrete preparations, and assist in framing
  • Dig holes, ditches, and trenches for water/utility lines.
  • Avoided hazards such as utility lines and falling objects.
  • Excavate and install utility lines for residential homes.
  • Cleaned culverts and filled ditches for utility lines.
  • Saw cut and dug new/damaged utility lines.
  • Replace and repair old utility lines.
  • Excavated around Live utility lines.
  • Lay pipe for water and sewer mains, and dig trenches for utility lines such as water, electric and gas.
  • Specialized in installing underground utility lines for water, sewer, storm drain, fireline systems and electrical conduit.
  • Operate heavy equipment.excavator,loader backhoe did excavations for utility lines and also did back fill.
  • Cleared R.O.W and Dug around many utility lines with excavator.
  • Install utility lines excavation to fine grading.
  • Operated heavy equipment for installation and backfilling of water and sewer linesLay pipe for water and sewer utility lines
  • Excavated for utility lines.Excavated and installed septic systems.Clear land and brush removal.

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48. Potential Hazards
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Here's how Potential Hazards is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Located underground services and identified potential hazards to ensure crew safety.
  • Take actions to avoid potential hazards or obstructions such as utility lines, other equipment, other workers or falling objects.
  • Handled heavy duty equipment in an open mining pit and understood changes to assigned work areas and any potential hazards.
  • Take actions to avoid potential hazards or obstructions, other equipment, other workers.
  • Demonstrate an awareness of potential hazards when working with all types of equipment.
  • Executed construction site clean up to eliminate potential hazards.
  • Performed safety checks hourly and fixed potential hazards.
  • Take actions to avoid potential hazards.
  • Learned and followed safety regulations to avoid potential hazards or obstructions Adjusted hand wheels and depress pedals to control attachments.
  • Inspect machinery and safety equipment for any potential hazards or defects before startingdaily job tasks.

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49. Hand Signals
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Here's how Hand Signals is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Determine various hand signals used in day-to-day operations that apply to operator awareness.
  • Operated a variety of heavy equipment safely via hand signals and radio communication.
  • Observe hand signals, grade stakes, or other markings when operating machines so that work can be performed to specifications.
  • Operate variety of heavy up equipment's, safety via hand signals, radio communications and using occupant safety devices.
  • Observe equipment gauges and indicators and hand signals of other workers to verify load positions or depths.
  • Observed hand signals, grade stakes, or other markings when operating machines.
  • Utilized standard hand signals and two-way radio to communicate with crane operator.
  • Hand Signals For Heavy equipment operator Flagging and traffic control certified.
  • Directed aircraft traffic on tarmac arrivals and departures with hand signals.
  • Interpreted hand signals to determine where materials are to be placed.
  • Work with crane operators using hand signals to assist in picks.
  • Completed safe heavy lifts by using lift charts and hand signals.
  • Communicate with other operators using hand signals and radios.
  • Utilize and follow hand signals.
  • Read hand signals, grade stakes, and markings.
  • Used excellent communication skills (hand signals) with work crew to ensure work was completed properly and safely.
  • Operated heavy equipment using forklift and backhoe Used hand signals as a method of communication between operators and workers
  • observe hand signals from workers on the ground while operating equipment.
  • Followed hand signals of other $/orkers.
  • Read hand signals, grade stakes, and markings.Backfilled excavations.

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Here's how Road Trucks is used in Heavy Equipment Operator jobs:
  • Read grade, operate skid loader, roller, off-road trucks, excavator, minimal labor when necessary, perform preventative maintenance
  • Shipped and arranged shipments of bauxite via railroad, over the road trucks, barges and street trucks.
  • Chase, PA Laid Off Operator of heavy equipment including: loader, excavators and off-road trucks.
  • Operate excavator, off-road trucks, challenger, wheel loader, roller, perform preventative maintenance
  • Worked on a dirt crew loading off-road trucks with use of an excavator.
  • Operated bulldozers, backhoes, rollers, tractors, and off-road trucks.
  • Operate bulldozers and heavy haul off-road trucks on a surface coal mine.
  • Operate excavator, bulldozer, and off-road trucks mining sand and gravel
  • Load off-road trucks using Hitachi 400 Excavator.
  • Loaded on and off road trucks.
  • Operated Komatsu 200, 300 and 400 excavators loading off road trucks to move excess material.
  • Operated bulldozers, excavators, backhoes, trackloaders and off-road trucks for completion of various jobs.
  • Operated excavators, dozers, loaders, rollers, forklifts, lulls, and off-road trucks.
  • Operated various heavy equipment: excavators, dozers, off-road trucks, graters, etc.
  • Load on-road trucks with aggregate and screened soils/blends by weight and yard specifications.
  • do paint and body work on Equipment, on and off road trucks
  • Hauled dirt to fill areas using pans or offroad trucks.
  • operate heavy equipment loaders offroad trucks backhoes dozers
  • Dig and grade for 45 acre, 28' deep retention pond Load off-road trucks
  • Run trackhoe backhoe frontend loader motorgrader tractor and pan s off road trucks finish dozer work

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20 Most Common Skills For A Heavy Equipment Operator

Dozer

19.5%

Backhoe

10.2%

Delivery Trucks

9.2%

Safety Regulations

8.3%

Skid Steers

8.1%

Dump Truck

7.4%

Excavators

5.9%

Preventative Maintenance

4.2%

Grade Stakes

3.2%

Job Site

3.1%

Water Truck

2.6%

Haul Trucks

2.6%

Motor Grader

2.6%

Forklifts

2.5%

Scrapers

2.3%

Bobcat

2.1%

Rollers

1.9%

Heavy Construction Equipment

1.8%

Osha

1.3%

CDL

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Heavy Equipment Operator

Rank Skill
1 Dozer 16.1%
2 Backhoe 8.4%
3 Delivery Trucks 7.6%
4 Safety Regulations 6.8%
5 Skid Steers 6.7%
6 Dump Truck 6.1%
7 Excavators 4.8%
8 Preventative Maintenance 3.5%
9 Grade Stakes 2.6%
10 Job Site 2.5%
11 Water Truck 2.2%
12 Haul Trucks 2.1%
13 Motor Grader 2.1%
14 Forklifts 2.0%
15 Scrapers 1.9%
16 Bobcat 1.7%
17 Rollers 1.6%
18 Heavy Construction Equipment 1.5%
19 Osha 1.1%
20 CDL 1.0%
21 Track Hoe 1.0%
22 Heavy Machinery 1.0%
23 Caterpillar 1.0%
24 General Labor 0.9%
25 New Construction 0.8%
26 John Deere 0.8%
27 Tractor Trailers 0.8%
28 GPS 0.7%
29 Hand Tools 0.7%
30 Komatsu 0.6%
31 Equipment Operation 0.6%
32 Snow Removal 0.6%
33 D6 0.6%
34 Volvo 0.5%
35 D8 0.5%
36 Road Construction 0.5%
37 Water Lines 0.5%
38 Msha 0.5%
39 Different Types 0.5%
40 Building Pads 0.5%
41 Safety Standards 0.4%
42 Fluid Levels 0.4%
43 Sewer Lines 0.4%
44 Crew Members 0.4%
45 Safe Operation 0.4%
46 Safety Procedures 0.4%
47 Utility Lines 0.4%
48 Potential Hazards 0.4%
49 Hand Signals 0.3%
50 Road Trucks 0.3%
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