全球十大赌钱排行app provide leading utility excavation training, preparing candidates for excavation work in the construction industry.
The Energy & Utility Skills Register Is an independent skills platform providing standards for the utility sector. EUSR have set nationally recognised industry standards, outlining the required knowledge for individuals carrying out excavation activities
全球十大赌钱排行app are an accredited centre of EUSR – our excavation safety training courses will give candidates the knowledge and skills required to safely carry out work to EUSR standards. Upon completion, individuals will have a complete understanding of ESUR regulations as well as the ability to confidently identify hazards and risks associated with working in excavations.
We are confident in our ability to provide training courses that reflect real work environments, promoting quality learning for all candidates.
The aim of our excavation safety course is to give delegates an opportunity to understand and execute the correct methods for installing trench support in a realistic training environment.
Upon completion of the course, candidates will have a complete knowledge of regulations relating to an excavation, as well as being able to identify different rock and soil formations, when and how to use basic tools and equipment and safe working procedures.
Category 1: Locate Utility Services covers the minimum training and assessment required for those working to safely detect utility services using recognised and approved detection methods.
Category 2: Implement Safe (Digging) Excavating Practices covers the minimum training and assessment required for those working to safely excavate and maintain holes and trenches using both hand tools and hand held power tools.
Category 3: Install, Inspect & Remove Timber Support Systems covers the minimum training and assessment required for those working to install, inspect and remove timber excavation support systems.
Category 4: Install, Inspect & Remove Steel Support Systems covers the minimum training and assessment required for those working to install, inspect and remove steel excavation support systems.
Category 5: Install, Inspect & Remove Proprietary Support Systems covers the minimum training and assessment required for those working to install, inspect and remove proprietary excavation support systems. The standard has been derived from the following National Occupational Standards:
On successful completion of the course, individuals will qualify for registration with EUSR. This allows individuals to be issued with a card valid for 3 years and appear on the EUSR website.
The course can be undertaken at one of our network of training centres throughout the UK*
£1212 per delegate
- No. of days: 4 Days
- Min delegates: 4
- Max delegates: 8