Bobcat MT100 Skid Steer
Safety & Operation

Bobcat MT100 Skid Steer Operation


We want you to be able to operate the Bobcat MT100 Skid Steer safely and effectively. Which is why we have put together this guide outlining the proper operations and the best ways to maintain safety while using this piece of equipment.

Pre-Operation Check: Conduct a comprehensive pre-operation inspection. Check for any signs of damage, leaks, or wear on components.
Verify that all safety devices, lights, alarms, and backup cameras are functioning properly.

Ensure Visibility: Adjust the operator's seat, mirrors, and lap bar for optimal visibility of the work area.
Ensure all windows and mirrors are clean and clear.

Attachments: If using attachments (such as buckets, forks, or sweepers), ensure they are properly attached, secured, and functioning correctly.

Safe Operating Practices: Avoid operating the skid steer on slopes that exceed its recommended limit.
Maintain a safe distance from edges, drop-offs, and other hazardous areas.
Operate the machine smoothly and avoid sudden movements to prevent tipping.

Loading and Unloading: When loading or unloading the skid steer from a trailer or truck, use ramps and follow proper loading procedures to prevent accidents.
Store the skid steer in a secure location to prevent unauthorized use.

Emergency Procedures: Familiarize yourself with the location of fire extinguishers and other emergency equipment.
Know how to shut down the machine quickly in case of an emergency.

By following these operational and safety tips, along with the manufacturer's guidelines, you can ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Bobcat MT100 Skid Steer. Remember that safety is paramount when operating heavy machinery, and taking the necessary precautions will help prevent accidents and injuries.

Bobcat MT100 Skid Steer Safety