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Trenching-Shoring C002M

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This course meets the training requirements for the individuals assigned to the job of trenching and shoring. This training explains the safety rules, requirements, procedures, and emergency procedures.



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Learning Objectives
This course meets the training requirements for the individuals assigned to the job of trenching and shoring. This training explains the safety rules, requirements, procedures, and emergency procedures.
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Course Outline
PROGRAM OUTLINEBACKGROUND- There are several types of protective protection equipment available. - It is an OSHA requirement that protective protection equipment be used for certain types of jobs.- Self-contained breathing apparatus and respirators in particular require special training in use.- Employees who have experience in safety matters should provide recommendations when purchasing personal protective equipment.   PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT- Safety Glasses - Provides eye protection from flying chips, debris and other eye hazards. Goggles protect eyes from chemical splashes; face shields are a safeguard when worn over other protective eyewear.- Gloves - Protects your hands from chemicals, rough or sharp edges and skin protection.- Respirators - Protection from dust, fumes, gases, vapors and other health hazards. Dust masks are to be used only for certain types of dust.- Hard Hats - Protects head from low hanging or falling objects. Bump caps are used for containing hair and not protection from falling objects.- Steel-toed Safety Shoes - Protection from chemical splashes, petroleum products, small cuts, bruises and abrasions. Shoes should be slip-resistant. - Chemical clothing and encapsulating suits - To be used where there is vapor, gas or other airborne hazards. - Machine guarding should be considered as personal protective equipment.SAFETY TRAINING- Effective July 5, 1994, OSHA requires employers to conduct an assessment of hazards in the workplace that might have the need for the use of personal protective equipment. OSHA requires documentation that the assessment has been completed.- OSHA requires employers to provide training on identification, how to use, proper care and maintenance of personal protect equipment.- Training is required for the use of safety glasses, gloves, hard hats and safety shoes when employees are working with pesticides, chemicals and hazardous materials. - Self-contained breathing apparatus, respirators and dust masks are personal protective equipment that require training. - The purpose of the OSHA standard is to improve worker acceptance of wearing personal protective equipment. Increased training provides information on selecting the proper equipment for the job.
Quiz Information
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Exam Information
The final exam consists of 10 questions and must be passed with 70% to receive your certificate of completion.
Approved Course Hours
1

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  • Course Format: ONLINE ONLINE
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