Excavation and Trench, May 12, 2022, Milford
Additional Class Added May 13. May 12 is full.
ADDITIONAL CLASS ADDED FOR MAY 13
BEFORE YOU REGISTER ANYONE FOR THIS CLASS:
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Continuing Education Credits: 0.5 Water and Wastewater, Other
$230 Members per attendee
$280 Non-Members per attendee
The content of the program includes the scope and application of MIOSHA Part 9 – Excavations, Trenching, and Shoring. The class will detail the MIOSHA Excavation Standards; Definitions; and requirements for trench protective systems, soil classification, and handling of MIOSHA inspections.The content of the program includes the scope and application of MIOSHA Part 9 – Excavations, Trenching, and Shoring. The class will detail the MIOSHA Excavation Standards; Definitions; and requirements for trench protective systems, soil classification, and handling of MIOSHA inspections.
Participants receive a pocketbook of the MIOSHA Part 9 Excavation Standards and are expected to pass an open book test with a grade of 80 percent. Those who successfully complete the program with a passing grade receive a Certificate of Completion wallet card and a hardhat decal. The Certificate of Completion card may then be used by the student’s supervisor to authorize the student to conduct the duties of a Qualified Person on job sites.
OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of this class, participants should be able to: display knowledge of the MIOSHA Excavation Standard; identify hazards associated with trenches and excavations; demonstrate correct soil testing procedures; and understand the different types of trench protective systems.
• Hazards in Underground Construction
• Scope of MIOSHA Part 9 & OSHA Subpart P
• Specific Excavation Considerations
• Soil Classification
• Selection & Use of Protective Systems
• Identification of Hazards & Student Exercises
• Exam & Evaluation
About your instructor Bruce Gasaway
- 25 years The Muskegon County Road Commission
- 20 years Temporary Traffic Control Instructor International Municipal Signal Assoc. (IMSA)
- 10 years Michigan State University Civil & Environmental Engineering Work Zone Classes
- Former State Advisory Committee Member for Michigan Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices Part 6
- 10 years City of Norton Shores part-time streets department worker.
- 6 years The ASU Group Loss Control Consultant contractor for The County Road Commission Self Insurance Fund (CRASIF)
- 6 year Arborist Skills Inc. Training Instructor
Payment/Cancellation Policy: Payment is expected prior to class. Cancellations must be requested at least 3 business days prior to the start of the class or your registration fee will be forfeited. If you cancel least 3 days prior to the start of class, the full amount may be used as credit toward a future class. You may send a substitute attendee.