Trenching & Shoring
Trenching and shoring operations have the inherent danger of a cave in that traps workers. OSHA’s Standard 29CFR 1926.651(2) outlines requirements employers must follow when performing trenching and shoring work. Our line of safety training videos covers this topic by educating your workers on the various soil types, different methods of shoring, and other job site conditions that could affect trenching and shoring operations.
- 2016, Mark Moran
SKU: 3372This Excavation Safety Compliance Program has been developed to protect employees from safety hazards that may be encountered during work in trenches and excavations according to OSHA Standard 1926.651. It is intended to make sure that ...
- 22 min, 2016, Marcom
SKU: 3442Construction work can expose employees to some pretty serious hazards. Compared to other areas on a construction site, working in an excavation more than doubles an employee's chances of being killed on the job. And some of the greatest ...
- 2015, Training Network
SKU: 3299It occurs year after year, workers needlessly dying in trench cave-ins. The tragedy lies with the fact that these workers should have never have been in a situation in which their lives were on the line. This video program is designed to ...
- 13 min, 2012, BASC Group
SKU: 2897Trenching and shoring are essential tools during any excavation. This in-depth video focuses on OSHA-regulated safety measures and covers protection from hazards with water accumulation and hazardous atmospheres, and the design of support ...
- 20 min, 2011, Safety Source
SKU: 2755While working in trenches and excavations, there is absolutely no room for risk-taking. Any condition you ignore or overlook can be fatal. Knowing proper soil classification techniques is vital to safe excavation operations. For each ...
- 25 min, 2011, Safety Source
SKU: 2754It occurs year after year, workers needlessly dying in trench cave-ins. The tragedy lies with the fact that these workers should have never have been in a situation in which their lives were on the line. Based on National Institute for ...
- 19 min, 2009, ERI
SKU: 2548Trenching and excavation work--it's the starting point of most construction projects. Before you dig, there's a lot you need to know, because the risks, just like the weight of the soil, are too great to take a chance. This type of work is ...
- 2004, JJ Keller
SKU: 1844Reduce the risk of excavation site accidents! Help employees avoid accidents by teaching them safe excavation site procedures. This video focuses on OSHA-regulated safety measures and covers: protection from hazards with water accumulation ...