Safety & Certification Workshops

Wednesday July 8 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Attendees will be presented completion cards upon finishing the course.

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Check out our range of Safety and Certification Workshops.

Competent Person for Excavation & Trenching Safety

This course covers OSHA standard 1926 subpart b: soil classification, sloping and benching, aluminum hydraulic shoring; requirements for protective systems; manufacturing tabulated data; site specific engineering; and general requirements.

811 Certification

The objective of this program is to improve excavator safety through comprehensive training to prevent accidental damage to underground facilities during excavation.

Course content is specific to Oklahoma and the Underground Facilities Damage Prevention Act as well as Contact Center procedures and Best Practices. There is a 25- question test at the end that must be passed with an 80% or better score for the student to receive their certification

The chapters in this program cover: 

  • Planning & Administration
  • 811 Certification & Actions for Safe Excavation
  • Trenching Dangers, Damages & Consequences

Utility Locating Training

This session will introduce locating and marking underground lines. This two-fold training will begin in the classroom with an overview of locating theory and technology. We will then have hands-on instruction outdoors to put into application what you have learned. You may bring your own locating device, or one may be provided.

Competent Person for Excavation & Trenching Safety (Spanish)

This course covers OSHA standard 1926 subpart b: soil classification, sloping and benching, aluminum hydraulic shoring; requirements for protective systems; manufacturing tabulated data; site specific engineering; and general requirements.