EUSR - Install, Inspect & Remove Timber & Proprietary Support Systems (Categories 3 + 5)

  • Who Attends

    This course is for managers, supervisors, safety professionals and/or operatives who are required tooversee and/or carry out work in or around excavations. This course is essential in guaranteeing thesafety of yourself and others around you when you are installing or removing proprietary and timbershoring systems.

  • The Aim

    This two-day course introduces delegates to the theoretical and practical dangers of excavation workand upon completion will be able to install, remove and inspect proprietary and timber shoringequipment.

  • Course Content

    The EUSR Category 3 and 5 course content includes the following:

    - Understanding various health and safety legislation, guides and procedures

    - Differentiate between soil conditions and ground types

    - Understanding and writing design briefs/temporary works designs

    - Identifying the dangers and hazards associated with working in excavations

    - Recognise suitable ground retention systems

    - Carry out risk assessments unique to excavations

    - Recognise the hazards and implement control measures for those hazards

    - Installing, inspecting & removing the proprietary and timber shoring system in accordance

    with the support system design and sequence

    The EUSR Category 3 and 5 course content includes the following:
    - Understanding various health and safety legislation, guides and procedures
    - Differentiate between soil conditions and ground types
    - Understanding and writing design briefs/temporary works designs
    - Identifying the dangers and hazards associated with working in excavations
    - Recognise suitable ground retention systems
    - Carry out risk assessments unique to excavations
    - Recognise the hazards and implement control measures for those hazards
    - Installing, inspecting & removing the proprietary and timber shoring system in accordance
    with the support system design and sequence
  • Knowledge

    By the end of the course the delegate will:

    - Understand current legislation, policies and procedures associated with safety in excavations

    - Be able to safely install, remove and inspect proprietary and timber shoring equipment

    - Identify the dangers and hazards associated with excavations

  • Methods

    The course consists of a mix of classroom-based theory and practical sessions in live environments.There will be ongoing tutor observation and assessment throughout the course and there will be ashort written test at the end of day two.

  • Additional Info
  • Card & Certificate

    On successful completion you will receive a EUSR accredited certificate and ID card which is valid forthree years.

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