University of Texas El Paso - SH-31227-SH7

Excavation and Trenching

Grantee Name: University of Texas El Paso Grant Number: SH-31227-SH7 Grant Year: 2017

The grantee provided 1.5 hours of excavation hazard training to 1,050 non-English speaking vulnerable workers within the construction industry. Target audience included non-English speaking construction workers. Training topics included the OSHA standards, trench hazard identification, soil classification and testing, PPE, competent person responsibilities, and emergency trench rescue. Grantee used existing training materials and converted them into Spanish. Training was offered in English and Spanish.

Excavation & Trenching Awareness for the Construction Industry

Title Language Length Format File Size
Excavation & Trenching Awareness for the Construction Industry
Excavation & Trenching Awareness
English
70 Slides
PPTX 1.87 MB
Certificate of Training
English
1 Page
PDF 171.28 KB
Sign In Sheet
English
1 Page
PDF 138.96 KB
Training Record Sheet
English
1 Page
PDF 136.95 KB
Training Evaluation
English
2 Pages
PDF 107.42 KB
Pretest English
English
2 Pages
PDF 181.52 KB
Post test English
English
2 Pages
PDF 184.06 KB
Flyer–Excavation Hazards
English
1 Page
PDF 355.48 KB
Construction eTool Trenching and Excavation
English
2 Pages
PDF 186.48 KB
El Conocimiento de la Excavacion & Zanjas por la Industria de la Construccion
Excavación y excavación de zanjas en construcción
Spanish
70 Slides
PPTX 2.09 MB
Certificate of Training
English
1 Page
PDF 185.37 KB
Spanish Sign In Sheet
Spanish
1 Page
PDF 107.73 KB
Spanish Training Record Sheet
Spanish
1 Page
PDF 137.06 KB
Training Evaluation
Spanish
2 Pages
PDF 250.85 KB
Pretest Spanish
Spanish
2 Pages
PDF 226.57 KB
Post test Spanish
Spanish
2 Pages
PDF 198.53 KB
Spanish Flyer–Excavation Hazards
Spanish
1 Page
PDF 484.11 KB
eTool de Construcción Zanjas y Excavaciones
Spanish
2 Pages
PDF 247.42 KB

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