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SAFETY: 1460 USGS Excavations

Course code: 1460
Course title: SAFETY: 1460 USGS Excavations
Description: NOTE: After entering this course, YOU MUST wait until the first page, the course map, fully loads before proceeding into the course. If you do not wait, your progress will not be tracked and you will not receive a certificate of completion. You will know this page has loaded completely when all boxes to the left of the course topics appear. The box for each topic turns blue when you have completed that topic.

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: State the greatest risk that is present at an excavation; Briefly describe the three main methods for protecting employees from cave-ins; Name at least three factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations, and at least one way to eliminate or reduce each of the hazards; and Describe the role of a competent person at an excavation site.

Target Audience:DOI Employees
Delivery method: OLT
Instructional hours: 1
Credits/CEUs: 1
Vendor: DOI University (DOIU)
Contact:Online, DOIU (DOIUONLINE)
Requires Approval:No
Responsible Bureau:Office of the Secretary

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