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Trenching and Excavation Safety

Trenching and Excavation Competent Person Training

Our Trenching and Excavation Competent Person training course is designed for those who wish to get certification for excavation and trenching operations in compliance with OSHA standards and regulations. You can become a competent person by simply enrolling in our online training course, which will make you skillful in identifying, controlling, and correcting hazards that may occur during trenching and excavation activities.

24 Modules

There is always a risk while working near or in trenching and excavation activities. Cave-ins, being exposed to falling objects, electrocutions, low oxygen levels, falls, and dangerous environments are only a few examples of the hazards that you might face while working in excavation and trenching operations.

As a safety precaution, OSHA mandates that a competent person be assigned to oversee operations at excavation sites. The competent person is in charge of classifying the soil, inspecting the safety measures, and continuously monitoring the location for any new or emerging risks. If your job involves working in or near excavations and trenches, it's critical that you complete this Trenching and Excavation Competent Person training course in addition to any on-the-job training provided by your employer.


Who Should Enroll in Our Trenching and Excavation Competent Person Training?


Competent individuals are responsible for reducing risks in their domain of competence. Trenching and Excavation Competent Person training may be necessary for municipal workers, utility installers, construction workers, road crews, landscapers, mining and drilling specialists, environmental workers, emergency responders, and sometimes archeologists.

A competent individual for excavation and trench risks must recognize, manage, and mitigate dangers when performing a range of trenching and digging duties. You will be ready to act as an OSHA-authorized competent person for trenching and excavation risks after completing this course. When you finish this online course, you may get your certificate of completion right away.

Course Modules - (24)

  • 1) Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • 2) Subpart P Excavations
  • 3) Trenching and Excavations
  • 4) Trench Safety: Before You Dig It, Plan It!
  • 5) 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
  • 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

Learning Objectives

After completing our online Trenching and Excavation Competent Person training, you will be capable of

      Defining a competent person and explaining his necessity in excavation safety.

      Demonstrating an in-depth understanding of OSHA regulations and standards related to excavations.

      Identifying common excavation risks likely to be faced on construction sites and precautionary measures to lessen the chances of death or injury.

      Outlining the skills required to make wise decisions and take immediate corrective measures in order to eliminate hazards.

      Communicating effectively with supervisors, coworkers, and other individuals about excavation safety measures.

So, get your hands on the best and the most budget-friendly training course and ensure workplace safety by becoming a certified competent person.


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Price: $49.99

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 24
  • Duration : 6 Hours
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Proficient
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