TRAINING OPTIONS: IN-CLASS AND ONSITE (CALL FOR PRICING)
Deaths caused by excavation cave-ins account for nearly 18% of all annual occupational deaths in construction. Before you begin any excavation, trenching, and shoring activities, you need to take specific steps to set up the work site to avoid the accidental disruption of utilities and assure the stability of adjacent structures. There’s a lot that can go wrong with these scenarios, so awareness and preparedness are critical priorities for protecting the workforce.
BEST Safety Training has put together this discussion based program to ensure your construction workers understand the dangers of working around trenches and can put in place the corrective measure to ensure cave-ins do not happen.
By the end of the program students will understand:
- Identify safety requirements when setting up an excavation site
- Identify hazards in and around an excavation, trenching, and shoring site
- Identify precautions, protective measures, and the types of support systems used at an excavation site
- Identify soil types as outline in the regulation
- Identify hazards such as standing water, seepage of water, soil changes during excavation
- Recognize cave-in protection requirements and identify proper procedures to keep employees safe on an excavation
Workers working in and around trenches or construction sites with treches. Supervisors lead hands and Managers of construction sites.