Excavation Safety Day presented by the CEA, City of Cleveland and OSHA
6001 Rockside Rd
|Safety Council External Credit||$ 0.00|
|BWC Industry-Specific Safety Program (ISSP)||$ 0.00|
Trenching and Excavation are among the most hazardous construction operations. OSHA defines an excavation as any man-made cut, cavity, trench, or depression in the earth’s surface formed by earth removal. The purpose is to expand awareness by reaching as many workers as possible throughout any and all industries that may benefit from information about the latest excavation requirements and safety procedures.
- Soil Mechanics
- Trench Safety Regulations
- Trench Protection Equipment
- Trench Rescue and Recovery
- Trench Collapse - A Personal Story
Industry-Specific Safety Program
The Industry-Specific Safety Program (ISSP) encourages Ohio’s employers to use the DSH safety services and programs to train their employees about safety policies and procedures specific to their industry.Completion of this course qualifies for one activity credit per employer in any payroll category.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE
This event is FREE thanks to our SPONSORS.
Continential breakfast will be provided