Trenching and Excavation - Competent Person Training
Your Safety Department's 8-hour Trenching and Excavations Training module for Competent Persons.
(Length: 8 hours)
The attendee to the class will become familiar with OSHA requirements for working in trenches and excavations including general hazards of trenches and excavations, working around underground utilities, dangers with water accumulation, access and egress from trenches and excavations, vehicle and pedestrian exposure to trenches and excavations, soil testing, protective systems and rescue planning.
Your Safety Department, LLC 8-hours HAZWOPER REFRESHER Training module.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule to help assure worker health and safety at hazardous waste sites requires introductory, general training on basic hazard recognition, use of provided protective equipment, basic hazard control, decontamination procedures, and other relevant standard operating procedures, as well as training at each site. This program is intended to meet the requirements of the introductory, general training.
The attendee will be required to successfully complete a written evaluation of the information presented during this training session as recommended by OSHA Regulations OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and OSHA 29 CFR 1926.65.
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS BY JOB FUNCTION
WHO SHOULD TAKE THE COURSE:
This course is designed for personnel who will conduct work at Hazardous Waste sites and need the Annual 8 hour Refresher Training.
The successful participant will receive a wallet sized, laminated HAZWOPER Training Certification Card valid for a period of one year. Annual 8-hour Refresher is required where indicated.
Cost per student $210.00 for HAZWOPER REFRESHER
Confined Space Training class at the Awareness Level for workers.
(Length: 4 hours)
The attendee to the class will become familiar with the dangers associated with entering into and working safely in confined spaces. The key objective is to educate the participant about controlling hazards, identifying hazardous conditions, physical and chemical properties, toxicity, concentration levels, personal protective equipment use, detection measures, rescue, and first aid in and around confined spaces.
The attendee will be required to successfully complete a written evaluation of the information presented during this training session as recommended by OSHA Regulations 29CFR1926.21 & 29CFR1926.1207 and ANSI/ASSE Z117.1 2016.