Training Special – $950 Up to 10 Participants / $95 each additional attendant
OSHA estimates approximately 90 deaths and thousands of injuries occur each year because employees don’t know basic trenching and shoring safety guidelines. This program covers the practical safeguards that can prevent these needless casualties.
- Evaluating an excavation site
- Effective worker protection systems
- Emergency response
Dig deeper in your training and shore up your trench workers’ safety. This course trains them to avoid the dangers of the job by citing dos and don’ts for benching, sloping, shielding and shoring. It alerts them to the warning signs of collapse, cites the visual clues for soil classification and explains how the various manual and field-instrument-based soil classification tests can determine the appropriate shoring method.
- Trenching Orientation
- What is a Trench?
- What does a Safe Trench Site look like?
Of the numerous trench construction accidents, 400 are deaths and 6,400 are severe injuries. Help give your workers a deep understanding of trench hazards and an even deeper know-how to prevent cave-ins.
- Grain size and saturation
- Cohesion and soil testing
- Protective systems
Training Special – $950 Up to 10 participants / $95 each additional attendant
This Qualified Rigging and Hand Signals course has been developed for those workers in charge of rigging loads for crane operation, and covers the knowledge needed by a worker to safely and properly perform the many tasks required of a rigger.
The crane rigger has many responsibilities and plays an integral part in the safety of a job site where cranes are in operation. This course, built from, and adhering to the standard for Cranes and Derricks in construction and will help to properly prepare a rigger to do their job safely and correctly.
Potential benefits of a qualified rigger:
- Fewer accidents, injuries, and fatalities
- Reduced risk of loss
- Assurance of riggers abilities
- Less property damage
- Improved safety records
- Enhanced public image of riggers
A signal-person must:
Know and understand the type of signals used
Be competent in the application of the type of signals used Have a basic understanding of equipment operation and limitations, including the crane dynamics involved in swinging and stopping loads and boom deflection from hoisting loads; and Know and understand the relevant requirements of the provisions of the standard relating to signals.
This Qualified Rigging and Hand Signals Course Training program covers:
- Hazard Recognition
- Employer Responsibilities
- Load Movement and Hoisting
- Types, Selection, and Use of Rigging Equipment
- Rigging Equipment Inspection
- Wire Rope, Connectors, Chains and Synthetic Slings
- Hand Signals
Environmental Health & Safety Training
IE Safety Services can train your employees in all SAFETY and HEALTH topics.Our Safety Consultants take a hands on approach with techniques to keep trainees engaged. Classes can be designed for craft, job and project specific applications or developed for a general audience.We offer in-house and on the job training.IE Safety Services is a rapidly growing and progressive company that provides affordable safety compliance solutions, through site evaluations, policy / procedure implementation and training.