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These 2-day classes will be offered in three convenient California locations in 2019. Excavation and trenching hazards are a leading cause of construction worker fatalities, and are one of OSHA’s “Focus Four” top priorities. Due to a recent uptick in trenching fatalities, OSHA has revived their national emphasis program.
This course prepares trainers to teach basic hazard awareness information to construction workers from all crafts. Participants receive a complete ready-to-teach curriculum, links to resources, and teaching tips. This year’s classes will include three guest presenters, a Senior Safety Engineer from Cal/OSHA and two trench collapse survivors who will share stories of their life-changing experiences. Trainers will have the opportunity to exchange ideas and teaching techniques with their peers.
This course is for construction professionals with the capacity to train front-line workers. Participants will be required to teach our curriculum to a minimum of 20 workers before the end of September 2019.
Note: Materials provided through this training may be used for non-commercial, instructional, educational purposes only; trainers may not charge fees for this material. The goal of our program is to share this safety information with as many workers as possible through a network of union, apprenticeship and employer/contractor trainers.
This material was produced under grant#SH-05030SH8 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.