Australian Earth Director Scott Lidster explains the secrets to a successful waste operation through tailored machine application and operator training.
Did you know fuel burn and machine downtime are the top two costs to your landfill operations? Would you like to reduce your operating and owning costs and improve your productivity?
Australian Earth is a niche operator training business active in the mining, construction, quarry and waste handling industries. It offers comprehensive operator training packages, from entry level to advanced operator training (Level 1, 2 and 3).
Our aim is to collaborate with our customers to help unlock productivity and efficiency opportunities through engaging their operators in industry recognised best practice operating techniques and applying machine technology safely.
We believe that the secret to an operations success is having a sustainable approach to how their machines are being utilised. We help by change the culture by the way of educating your operators that they can have a direct, positive effect to operating costs, machine uptime and execution.
Additional value that Australian Earth provides is: an increase in machine mean time between failure occurrences, improved machine availability and a reduction of variation in operator performance. All will help our customers lower their owning and operating costs.
Australian Earths services include:
— New machine familiarisation training at delivery. These include daily inspection requirements, cabin and control family and safe operation.
— New to industry operator trainees (Level 1)
— Training of operators at customer request (Level 2). Expected result is the training of participants in structured learning experiences and compliance to site standards and OEM recommendations.
— Application Training for operators (Level 3). Train customer operators in how to maximise machine performance to suit their application.
— Development of content for competency-based training programs.
— Demonstration of equipment to assist with sales process as requested.
— Conduct site supervisor training. The aim of this training is for supervisors to gain a base level understanding of a machine capabilities and what to look for in operator performance.
— Conduct “train the trainer” training.
— Demonstrated ability to conduct face-to-face training for small groups or one on one.