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Competent Person Training

OSHA Competent Person - Trenching and Excavation

Studies show that excavation work is one of the most hazardous types of work done in the construction industry. Injuries from excavation work tend to be of a very serious nature and often result in fatalities.The primary concern in excavation-related work is a cave-in. Cave-ins are much more likely to be fatal to the employees involved than other construction-related accidents.

24 Modules

Course Modules - (24)

  • 1) Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 2) Trenching and Excavations
  • 3) Trench Safety: Before You Dig It, Plan It!
  • 4) Excavation Safety Program
  • 1) OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.650-652 Subpart P
  • 2) Scope, Application, and Definitions
  • 3) OSHA 1926.600 Subpart P Excavations
  • 4) Subpart P
  • 1) Definitions
  • 2) Trench Definition
  • 3) Trench and Excavation Definitions
  • 1) OSHA Definitions: Who are Competent, Qualified, Designated, and Certified Persons?
  • 2) What is an OSHA Competent Person?
  • 3) Competant VS Qualified Person in Safety
  • 1) Trench Safety - Intro and Competent Person
  • 2) Excavation Competent Person - Toolbox Talk
  • 3) SAFETY WALKAROUND CHECKLIST TRENCHES & EXCAVATIONS
  • 4) Competent Person for Excavations
  • 5) Competent Person
  • 1) Safety Toolbox Talks: Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 2) Trench Safety - Know the Numbers
  • 3) The Top 5 Dangers in Trenching and Excavation & How to Protect Yourself
  • 4) Excavating & Trenching
  • 5) Quick Guide/Information for Excavations
  • 6) Preventing Worker Deaths from Trench Cave-ins
  • 7) Trenching and Excavation Safety Fact Sheet
  • 8) How Should We Operate Heavy Equipment Around Excavations?
  • 9) Tailgate/Toolbox Topics
  • 10) Safety Bulletin
  • 11) Excavation Safety Kentucky OSH
  • 12) Excavation Safety Kentucky OSH
  • 1) Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 2) Trenching and Excavation Safety OSHA Excavation Standard
  • 3) TRENCHING & EXCAVATION SAFETY
  • 4) Trenching and Excavations- PA OSHA Consultation Focal Points Series
  • 1) Excavation Hazardous Atmosphere
  • 2) HAZARDOUS ATMOSPHERES
  • 3) Hazardous Atmospheres
  • 1) USA North 811 - How to Premark Your Excavation Site
  • 2) Help prevent excessive 811 locate updates
  • 3) Digging Safely Around Utilities
  • 4) Failure to Identify and Mark a Line in its Entirety
  • 5) Excavation Safety Day Shows Dangers of Utility Digging
  • 1) How to Classify Different Soil Types?
  • 2) Excavations in Construction Soil Classification
  • 3) OSHA 1926 Subpart P Appendix A – Soil Classification
  • 4) Types of Soils
  • 5) What is Soil ?
  • 6) DETERMINATION OF SOIL TYPE
  • 7) TEST EQUIPMENT AND METHODS FOR EVALUATING SOIL TYPE
  • 8) Soil Classification Outline
  • 1) Phases of Trench Collapse
  • 2) Multiple Cave-in Scenario
  • 3) Inspecting a Trench for Fissures and Cracking
  • 4) Types of Soil Failures
  • 5) Types of Soil Failure
  • 6) Heave Trench Failure
  • 7) Flowing or Heaving Sand Into a Test Pit Excavation Caused by Groundwater
  • 8) HEAVING AND BOILING
  • 9) Hydraulic Heave
  • 1) Excavation Surcharges | Back to the Drawing Board
  • 2) Trench Spoil
  • 3) Benching and Overburden Removal at Quarry
  • 4) Excavator Moving Overburden On The Edge
  • 5) Environmental Factors Affecting Trench Stability
  • 1) Trenching, Shoring and The Competent Person
  • 2) Protective Systems Kentucky OSH
  • 3) Protective Systems Kentucky OSH
  • 1) Sloping and Benching
  • 2) Options for Construction Sloping and Benching Systems
  • 3) Benching Systems for Different Soil Types:
  • 4) Sloping Requirements Are Based Upon Soil Type
  • 5) Sloping
  • 6) Sloping and Benching Class B and C Soils
  • 1) What is the Maximum Slope for Different Soil Types? Sloping and Benching | Trenching and Excavation
  • 1) Hydraulic Shore Installation
  • 2) Trench Shield Inspection
  • 3) Trench Shield Assembly
  • 4) Hydraulic Shore Inspection
  • 5) TRENCH SHIELD ASSEMBLY & USAGE
  • 6) Shoring in Soft Soil l Sheet Pile l I Beam Shoring
  • 7) Methods of Shielding and Shoring in Construction Trenching and Excavation
  • 1) Trench Safety - Trench Box Placement
  • 2) 1926 Subpart P App D - Aluminum Hydraulic Shoring for Trenches
  • 3) ESC Trench Safety - Trench Shields (also known as Trench Boxes) Assembly and Installation
  • 1) Trench Safety - Trench Inspection
  • 2) Daily Inspection Checklist for Trenching/Excavation Sites
  • 3) Inspection of Excavations
  • 4) 1926.651(k)-Inspections
  • 5) SUNY Geneseo Excavation Permit
  • 1) Soldier Pile walls
  • 2) Soldier Piles and Lagging Animation
  • 3) Placing Lagging: Time-Lapse Compilation
  • 1) Underpinning Explainer
  • 2) New Basement - Crawlspace Dig Out and Underpinning
  • 3) Underpinning, a Calculated Approach
  • 4) The Underpinning Steel Pipe Pile Press fit Technique
  • 5) Excavation Safety Support of Excavation & Underpinning
  • 1) Footings | Why are they used?
  • 2) Common Footing Types
  • 3) Footing Failure - Undermining
  • 4) Foundation Undermining
  • 5) Building Collapse Due to Soil Support Failure Happened in Istanbul
  • 6) Retaining Walls
  • 1) Rescue Methods FR1: Trench Essentials
  • 2) Rescue Methods and Absolute Rescue Quick Tips: Trench
  • 3) FDNY performs dramatic trench rescue in the Bronx
  • 1) No Escape: Dangers of Confined Spaces
  • 2) Confined Space Intro
  • 3) Confined Space

Under the Excavation standards, tasks performed by the competent person include:

■ Classifying soil;

■ Inspecting protective systems;

■ Designing structural ramps;

■ Monitoring water removal equipment; and

■ Conducting site inspections.

29 CFR 1926.65029 CFR 1926.651, and 29 CFR 1926.652 are applicable OSHA standards.

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Price: $49.99

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 24
  • Duration : 8 Hours
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Expert
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