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Trenching/Shoring - Safety Plans, Videos & Training

We recommend the following Trenching and Shoring OSHA safety plans, videos, and training programs to help make your company compliant with the required OSHA Government standards.

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  1. Complete OSHA Safety Training Program Library - Includes 79 Editable Courses
  2. OSHA Safety Plans Library - Includes 84 Editable Plans

    OSHA Safety Plans Library - Includes 84 Editable Plans

    Regular Price: $1,316.25

    Special Price: $975.00

  3. Trenching and Excavation Safety

    Trenching and Excavation Safety

    Regular Price: $312.00

    Special Price: $249.00

  4. Trenching and Excavation Safety Online Training for OSHA Compliance
  5. Trenching and Excavation Safety PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  6. Trenching and Excavation Soil Properties

    Trenching and Excavation Soil Properties

    Regular Price: $274.00

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  7. Trenching and Excavations Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance
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Trenching and Shoring Safety Training For OSHA and NIOSH Compliance

This training is vitally important as the end result to proper training, and engineering most often ends up a tragedy. NIOSH reports that on average 60 workers die needlessly every year from trench cave ins. The training starts with an OSHA mandated Trenching and Excavations Plan - 29 CFR 1926.650 - 653A trench is a narrow excavation where the depth is greater than the width. The width is measured at the bottom of the trench, and isn't greater than 15 feet. So you can envision the hazard that it would create, and how quickly it could become a death trap without proper shoring, shoring system, or training. The shoring safety system prevents the sides of the trench from caving in. The competent person in charge must be aware of the types of soil at the site and the hazards each presents, and match the shoring system to the hazard of each application. Shoring, and related is also used by carpenters, and construction workers  to prevent structures from collapsing.