Will you be the only student? Take the online version of the course! On-site training is only available for groups of 6 or larger. Learn more. – Start Your Online Training Now – Click To EnrollOnline Course $20 OSHA-Pros USA Need on-site training? Complete the form to the right for a quote! (Below on mobile devices) Home/Trenching Excavation Safety/Alaska/Girdwood We have Trenching & Excavation Competent Person Training in Girdwood, AlaskaEach student will receive handout material which they can use as reference material for years to come.The training covers the types of trenches, protection needed at what depths, soil classifications and access procedures to name a few. This class is taught on-site only at this time and provides all of the training needed for your company to designate the trainee as their “Competent Person.” This training assists your employees in becoming a competent person when developing and implementing rescue procedure for employees working in a trenchThis onsite training gives practical experience on the top of protection required to be used when employees enter a trench.Course material provided in this classroom setting covers all types of protection which include trench boxes, sloping and benching depending on the specific excavation utilized by your company.Students will understand when protection is needed depending on the depth and type of soil you are working in.This training meets all OSHA 1926.650 procedures giving the student the knowledge to maintain a safe excavation site at all times. Show options Hide options Additional options Avoid highways Avoid tolls KM Miles Get Directions Print Directions Monday 07/16 80% Rain Tuesday 07/17 60% Chance of Rain Wednesday 07/18 10% Clear Thursday 07/19 10% Clear Related News Road closures, gas leak calls, railroad on track: A look at Monday's earthquake recovery progressBuckled pavement on the Seward Highway between 36th Avenue and Tudor Road is removed Sunday. The road was damaged during the Nov. 30 7.0 earthquake.How family with N.S. ties made it through 7.0 earthquakeJo-Ann Mellish was at home Friday, sitting with her dog, when a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit Anchorage, Alaska. "The house first swayed side to side and then moved into a rough roll," Mellish said in an email.