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Video ID: 434 Minutes: 18 Date: 1994 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. For DVD order #1261. Details proper trenching procedures and describes soil types. Seattle footage. Covers: evaluating an excavation site; effective worker protection systems; general safety practices; and emergency response. In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems.
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Video ID: 1261 Minutes: 18 Date: 2007 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Details proper trenching procedures and describes soil types. Seattle footage. Covers: evaluating an excavation site; effective worker protection systems; general safety practices; and emergency response. Booklets and quiz, English only. PowerPoint presentation and Leaders Guide on DVD-ROM. Subtitles in English only. CODE VIOLATION: In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems. This program states the OSHA rule which is less stringent than the state of Washington
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Video ID: 155 Minutes: 27 Date: 1992 Language(s): English
Description: DVD format with subtitles available. Opens with an OSHA inspector showing up at a job site. Defines the role and responsibilities of the "competent person"; Simple explanations of the new soil classifications system; Field tests for determining soil types, including a pocket penetrometer; and Preparing for an OSHA inspection.
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Video ID: 838 Minutes: 8 Date: 2000 Language(s): English
Description: Digging safely requires knowledge of precautions and advance notice requirements. Lists a variety of additional materials made available by Washington State to promote worker and utility safety. Potential safety hazards to excavation work such as fiber optic cables, gas and telephone lines, are dramatized with safe procedures demonstrated. *Permission is granted to duplicate this tape in its entirety only for non-commercial purposes.
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Video ID: 1422 Minutes: 16 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: Discusses the problems and hazards in excavation and trenching operations. Presents techniques for improving worker safety, such as shielding, shoring and underpinning. Uses real jobsite conditions to illustrate how to work safely in and around excavations and trenches. CODE VIOLATION: In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4 feet or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems. This program states the OSHA rule which is less stringent than the state of Washington.
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Video ID: 767 Minutes: 14 Date: 1996 Language(s): English / Spanish
Description: Developed to teach employees how to understand trench hazards. Includes: competent person, trench shields, selection of shield, unloading, assembly, ocohesion and soil, and protective systems. In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’ or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems.
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Video ID: 433 Minutes: 16 Date: 1993 Language(s): English
Description: VHS only. Alerts workers to the importance of using proper protection during excavation work and emergency procedures for trench collapses. Illustrates the dangers posed by trenches, shoring, and shielding. Best paired with a training video such as #767 or #434. In Washington state, trench protection is required in any excavation 4’or more deep. WAC 296-155-657 Requirements for protective systems
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Video ID: 771 Minutes: 13 Date: 1996 Language(s): English
Description: One type of trench protection is hydraulic shoring. Hydraulic shoring prevents failure of trench walls, is easy to install, and is easily pressure checked, and can be used around crossing utilities. Covers: definition of vertical shores, benefits of vertical shores, hydraulic walers, and benefits of hydraulic walers. Disclaimer: The video cites OSHA rule; be aware the WA rule is 4'. Rigging procedure shown (standing under load) is a code violation.
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