The Toolcat™ utility work machine operator training course imparts rules and practices for safe operation. It is NOT designed to license or certify operators as skilled or factory authorized operators.
The kit includes:
View an excerpt of the Toolcat™ utility work machine operator training course handbook.
After participating in the course, trainees will be able to:
The Toolcat™ utility work machine, developed by Bobcat Company, is a machine that is designed for property maintenance, commercial groundskeeping and landscaping. It has a lift arm for handling loads, a cargo box for hauling loads and a receiver hitch is available for towing loads. The All-Wheel Steer feature makes the utility work machine able to work on different ground conditions, including mud and snow, while being able to operate on work surfaces like turf and grass with minimal ground disturbance. Not only will it take you and a co-worker to the jobsite, it will also complete the job like no other machine can.
Unlike an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV), golf cart and a pickup truck, a Toolcat utility work machine has a lift arm that is used to raise and lower heavy loads. Carrying a load outside of the machine's wheelbase alters the machine's handling characteristics affecting stability, steering and braking that is different than other types of utility vehicles.
Safe handling instructions: