Heavy Equipment Operator Advice

Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Heavy Equipment Operator in Burlington:
"Is the grass really greener?"
Realize your limitations. Poor planning by someone else does not constitute an emergency on your part. Never alter your work habits. Safety first, always be aware of your surroundings. Communicate very clearly.

Heavy Equipment Operator in Rindge:
"Salary negotiation."
Negotiate early in your career. Highlight experience.

Heavy Equipment Operator in Erie:
Hands on is the only way to learn.

Heavy Equipment Operator in Shakopee:
"Health problems."
Go to school for something better and make more money.

Heavy Equipment Operator in Coronado:
"Knowledge."
Always be aware of your surroundings and be safe at all cost.

Heavy Equipment Operator in Safford:
"Safety first production will follow."
Listen and learn ask questions be safe.

Heavy Equipment Operator in Columbus:
"Ear protection is a must."
Always be aware of your surroundings, I can tell you how to run something, but it takes time in the seat, dont get discouraged if it takes awhile.