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Utility Excavation Training EUSR

Utility Excavations Scheme Overview 

Total Training Providers is an accredited centre of EUSR. EUSR is an independent skills platform providing recognised standards to the utility sector. It is operated by Energy & Utility Skills the sector skills body for gas power, waste management and water industries. The body has set widely recognised industry standards which clearly define expectations in terms of performance and knowledge of individuals completing excavation activities.

Individuals who qualify for registration with EUSR are issued with a card and appear on the EUSR website. EUSR is beneficial to both employers and individuals as they move between companies or between industries. Employers have a robust way of verifying the abilities of their workers while individuals have a recognised method of demonstrating their abilities to employers.

At Total Training Providers. we have developed a range of packages to support the training needs of this sector. Contact us today to find out more about EUSR Deep Excavation Training.

Delivery Options and Prices

Category’s 1 & 2

   (CAT 4)            (RD8100)

1 Day course       2 Day Course       

   £390.00       £780.00

Category’s 3, 4 & 5

2 Day course

£822.00 

All Categories 

4 Day course

£1212.00 

*Prices Per Delegate*

*Please note each delivery option must be booked with a minimum number of 4 delegates and a maximum number of 8 delegates.

Locate Utility Services

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. The standard has been derived from the following National Occupational Standards:

 

EUSMUNC06 Locate and Avoid Services for Utilities Network Construction

EUSEPUS044 Location and Identification of Underground Utility Services in the Electricity Power Utilities

It also incorporates the relevant requirements of HSE guidance documents:

 

HSG47 Avoiding Danger from Underground Services

HSG150 Health and Safety in Construction

Achievement of the standard demonstrates effective performance, by being able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge:

 

Interpret utility drawings and line search documents

Use location equipment to locate underground services

Identify the dangers and hazards associated with underground services

Implement Safe (Digging) Excavating Practices

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. The standard has been derived from the following National Occupational Standards:

 

EUSEPUS043 Carry out Excavation Work on Underground Cables in Electricity Power Environment

EUSMUNC07 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Utility Networks Construction

EUSGNC007 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Complex Operations in Gas Network Construction

It also incorporates the relevant requirements of HSE guidance documents:

 

HSG47 Avoiding Danger from Underground Services

HSG150 Health and Safety in Construction

Achievement of the standard demonstrates effective performance, by being able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge:

 

Interpret utility drawings and line search documents to identify underground services

Use safe digging techniques to carry out and maintain excavations

Identify the dangers and hazards associated with excavations

Install, Inspect & Remove Timber Support Systems

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. The standard has been derived from the following National Occupational Standards:

 

EUSMUNC07 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Utility Networks Construction

EUSGNC007 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Complex Operations in Gas Network Construction

COSVR370 Provide Temporary Excavation Support

It also incorporates the relevant requirements of:

 

City and Guilds Level 2 Awards in Excavation Support Systems (6146-21) Nov 2012

HSG47 Avoiding Danger from Underground Services

HSG150 Health and Safety in Construction

CIRIA Trenching Practice (second edition R97)

British Standard 4978: 2007:2011 Visual Strength Grading of Softwood

Achievement of the standard demonstrates effective performance, by being able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge:

 

Comply with Company procedures, health and safety regulations and environmental practices

Interpret utility drawings and line search document

Install, inspect and remove timber support systems

Identify the dangers and hazards associated with excavations

Install, Inspect & Remove Steel 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. The standard has been derived from the following National Occupational Standards:

 

EUSMUNC07 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Utility Networks Construction

EUSGNC007 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Complex Operations in Gas Network Construction

COSVR370 Provide Temporary Excavation Support

It also incorporates the relevant requirements of:

 

City and Guilds Level 2 Awards in Excavation Support Systems (6146-21) Nov 2012

HSG47 Avoiding Danger from Underground Services

HSG150 Health and Safety in Construction

CIRIA Trenching Practice (second edition R97)

Achievement of the standard demonstrates effective performance, by being able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge:

 

Interpret utility drawings and line search document

Install, inspect and remove steel support systems

Identify the dangers and hazards associated with excavations

Use and communicate data effectively and resolve problems

Install, Inspect & Remove Proprietary 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:

 

EUSMUNC07 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Utility Networks Construction

EUSGNC007 Excavate and Maintain Holes and Trenches for Complex Operations in Gas Network Construction

COSVR370 Provide Temporary Excavation Support

It also incorporates the relevant requirements of:

 

City and Guilds Level 2 Awards in Excavation Support Systems (6146-21) Nov 2012

HSG147 Avoiding Danger from Underground Services

HSG150 Health and Safety in Construction

CIRIA Trenching Practice (second edition R97)

Achievement of the standard demonstrates effective performance, by being able to demonstrate the following skills and knowledge:

 

Comply with Company procedures, health and safety regulations and environmental practices

Interpret utility drawings and line search document

Install, inspect and remove proprietary support systems

Identify the dangers and hazards associated with excavations

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