Mining & Metallurgy Service Training

Emergency Response

  • Emergency Procedures
  • First Aid for Emergency
  • Fire Safety
  • Incident Management and Reporting
  • Incident Investigation and Root cause Analyses
  • Respiratory Protection

Hazard Recognition And Prevention

  • Chemical Hazards
  • Environmental Hazards
  • Risk & Hazard Assessment

Task Specific Health And Safety Trainings

  • Preventing Accidents
  • Using Personal Protective Equipment
  • Working at Night
  • Working at Height
  • Working in a Confined Space
  • Working on or near water
  • Working with Chemicals
  • Working with Electricity
  • Working with Explosives
  • Lock-Out / Tag-Out
  • Hydraulic Fluid Safety
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness
  • Lead Awareness
  • Combustible Dust
  • Forklift Safety
  • Crane and Sling Safety
  • Lifting and Rigging
  • Fall Protection


  • Introduction to MSHA
  • MSHA Training

Permits And Reporting

  • Line Management Authority and Responsibilities
  • Site Specific conditions and Reporting

Technical Training For Technicians

The training structure for Technicians is divided in three levels:

Foundational Level
  • Basic Electrical & Electronics
  • Basic Engine
  • Basic Hydraulics
  • Basic Drive train
  • Service literature
Advanced Level
  • Basic Electrical & Electronics
  • Basic Engine
  • Basic Hydraulics
  • Basic Drive train
  • Service literature
Expert Level
  • Caterpillar machines
  • Komatsu machines
  • Liebherr machines
  • Case machines
  • Hitachi machines
  • John Deere machines
  • JCB machines
  • Kobelco machines
Specific Training Courses
  • Basic Failure Analysis,
  • Advanced Failure Analysis,
  • Condition Monitoring,
  • SOS Sampling & Particle Counting Diagnostic process
  • General Equipment Maintenance

Heavy Machine Operators Training Service

According to procedures the heavy equipment operator has to have extreme knowledge and skills to operate a machine in a safe and efficient way. The operating varies from bulldozers to backhoe loaders, motor graders, excavators etc. An operator must know his machine from front to back and top to bottom, before starting to move the blade or bucket form a bulldozer or excavator. Preventive maintenance and walk around inspections are very important aspects in the job of the operator to reduce machine downtime. For sure, it is for own safety. But the operator’s job doesn’t end here. He has to know more than just the machine. The material that needs to be dug, job preparation, controlling the machine in slopes are some of the topics that are very important in the operator’s job. The operator must know and be aware of what he is doing, and the consequences of neglecting the proper procedure as well. With the Operators Qualification Process below, the operators will surely be trained in the proper operating procedures, with the result of being a qualified operator. operators training program consists of:
  • Level 1 - Basic Operating
  • Level 2 - Machine Operating
  • Level 3 - Machine Specific