OSHA 2226 2002 (Revised)

Excavations Made in Type C Soil Method 2 — Use tabulated data such as tables and charts approved by a registered professional engineer to design the excavation.



EXCAVATIONS TAO Safety Policy No. HS-5.1 Page 1 of 15 Revision No. 2 Revision Date: July 19, 2005 g: \env\univnc\airport road\nc000239.0015\preconstruction report for source remedy\appendix e\5.1 excavations.doc 1.0 OVERVIEW This safety policy provides guidance for conducting trenching and ...



Excavations INTRODUCTION The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its first Excavation and Trenching Standard in 1971 to protect workers from excavation hazards.


Inspection and Reporting

3 E 07 Excavation - December 2003 - 3 E 07 - Page 1 Excavation Safe Working Practices The Construction (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1996 under Excavations (Regulation 12) states that:-All practicable steps shall be taken where necessary to prevent danger to any person, by ensuring ...



EM 385-1-1 3 Nov 03 489 SECTION 25 EXCAVATIONS 25.A GENERAL 25.A.01 Planning. a. Prior to opening an excavation, underground installations (e.g., sewer, communication lines, water, fuel, electric lines) shall be located and protected from damage or displacement.


Excavation, Trenching and Shoring Safety

OSHA requires that regardless of the depth on an excavation, a competent person must inspect conditions at the site on a daily basis and as frequently as necessary during the progress of work to assure that the hazards associated with excavations are eliminated before workers are allowed to enter.



Regulatory Review of 29 CFR 1926, Subpart P: Excavations Pursuant to Section 610 of the Regulatory Flexibility Act and Section 5 of Executive Order 12866 Occupational Safety and Health Administration Directorate of Evaluation and Analysis Office of Evaluations and Audit Analysis March 2007


A Guide to the OSHA Excavations Standard

A Guide to the OSHA Excavations Standard Occupational Safety and Health Division N.C. Department of Labor 1101 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1101


Tool Box Completed Talks

Page 67 Excavations Cave-ins and slough-offs are a major cause of deaths in the construction industry each year. Excavations must be properly shored or cut back to an acceptable angle of repose; otherwise, there will be a constant threat of a cave-in and the associated chance of injury or loss ...



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