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OSHAcademy Course 157 Excavation Safety: Basic Module 1

Trenching and excavation work presents serious hazards to all workers involved. Cave-ins pose the greatest risk and are more likely than some other excavation-related incidents to result in worker fatalities. One cubic yard of soil can weigh as much as a car. Employers must ensure that workers enter trenches only after adequate protections are in place to address cave-in hazards. Other

What is an Excavator Bucket?

They are used for scooping up soft soil and material. They are used for sloping, leveling and back-filling. Hard-pan bucket - These buckets are built for maximum strength and durability and are similar to a rock bucket. The difference lies in the ripping teeth attached to the back of the bucket that loosens compact earth while digging. Share this: Related Terms. Benched Excavation Hand

W5 of Computer Engineering (Why, What, When, Where, How)

Methods of tunneling in Hard Rock ( May 2012, Niv-2013, May 2015, May 2017) 3/24/2020. Full face method ( May 2011) Characteristics. Whole section of tunnel is attacked. Suitable for small c/s up to 3 m dia. In this method entire section is drilled holes are charges with explosive

Construction Technology: Hand excavation

The backhoe will therefore take out the bulk of the excavated material - say 90 per cent and the trench will be trimmed to level for the foundation by hand. Hand trimming to width may also be required where there is extensive timbering. Hand excavation may also

How to Excavation Calculation in Excel Sheet

• Lift (CL: 6.1) • Excavation up to 1.5 m depth below ground level and depositing excavated material on the ground shall be included in the item of earthwork for various kinds of soil. • The extra lift shall be measured in a unit of 1.5 m or part thereof.. obvious lifts shall only be measured; that is lifts inherent in the lead due to ground slope shall not be measured ( except for lead

Small diameter hard rock excavation: comparing the

Cost, time, and excavation rates associated with the project can vary widely depending on the selection of the hard rock excavation tools. Some of the tools currently available in the Australian market include small boring units, microtunnelling machines, and Christmas tree head (or similar hard rock attachments). Small boring units Small boring units (SBU) are small diameter cutterheads with

Full text of IS 1200

f) Hard Rock {Blasting Prohibited) —Hard rock requiring blasting as described under (e) but where blasting is prohibited for any reason and excavation has to be carried out by chiselling, wedging or any other agreed method. NOTE — A broad classification of soil and rock for earthwork suitable for conditions generally occurring in practice has been provided where necessary, further sub

MCHW VOLUME 4 SECTION 2

Notes for Guidance on the Method of Measurement for Highway Works 2 Chapters I, II and III 4 Hard Material (05/01) (11/04) Excavation in Hard Material occurs in the item coverage for several items of work, for example, fencing, safety barriers, traffic signs and road markings, road lighting and electrical work. The Contract should contain

Types of Excavation: 13 Common Types of Excavation (By

Like earth excavation, this is a type of excavation based on material, in this case muck, or a combination of water and soil. Specifically, muck includes water and/or soil that is somehow undesirable, perhaps due to contamination of some sort, or maybe just because of the water content, which makes an area impassable. Excavation can be used to remove muck to another area, or to spread it out

Code of practice

Excavation work may range from shallow trenching and simple foundation excavation to large and complex excavations for buildings and structures and deep sewers where the risk of serious injury is very significant. Who should use this code of practice? This code of practice should be used by all persons involved in any aspect of work related to excavation, including designers, manufacturers

Excavation of Hard Deposits and Rocks (EXHADERO)

Excavation of Hard Deposits and Rocks (EXHADERO) Rudy Helmons. Introduction A variety of rock cutting technologies is used in marine environments, e.g. dredging, deep sea mining and oil/gas drilling. Rock cutting is the fracturing and disintegration of a rock under mechanical action of a cutting tool. When rock is cut at large water depths, the high hydrostatic pressure complicates the cutting

Civil Projects: Rock Blasting

Method and procedures for rock blasting works are as follows. Before the commencement of the work, the Engineer will be notified of the areas where rocks are to be blasted. Accordingly, the Engineer will inspect the area for approval before commencement of the works. 6.1 Rock Drilling Rock drilling will be carried out by jack hammer. Hole depth less than or equal 1m, 1 hole /one boulder if

Earthwork Design

Common Material. Common material is largely earth or earth with detached boulders less than 0.5 cuyd [0.5 m3]. Rippable Rock. Rippable rock refers to material ready for excavating after being loosened by a ripper. Solid Rock. Solid rock includes hard rock in place, ledge rock and boulders requiring drilling and blasting equipment for removal. Any blasting work will be performed according to

DEWATERING CONTROL OF GROUNDWATER

A number of methods are available for controlling the inflow of water into an excavation; the choice of method will depend on the nature and permeability of the ground, the extent of the area to be dewatered, the depth of the water table below ground level and the amount by which it has to be lowered, the proposed methods of excavation and ground support, the proximity of existing structures

Method statement for Fence Bridges and Drop Structures

8. EXCAVATION 8.1 Preparation for Excavations 8.1.1 Permission 8.1.2 Definitions (Excavations) Site Establishment was executed as per approved method statement. 2. MATERIAL DELIVERY All material delivered to Kusile site will be delivered to SA Fence and Gate site lay down area. All material will be inspected and approved by client before installation as per quality control procedures (refe

Excavation and Basic Soils

An excavation wall with hard clay overlooking soft plastic clay can be very hazardous since the plastic material can squeeze out from beneath the hard clay, removing the vertical support from the upper block of soil. Therefore, whenever excavation discloses these conditions, the walls should either be sloped back about 1 to 1 or should be protected with uprights and shoring. About the Author

Saudi Aramco Engineering Standard

Next Planned Update: 28 April 2014 Excavation and Backfill Page 5 of 17 Hard Rock: see Rock Excavation, section 7.5. Marl: is a wide variety of calcareous soil materials found in Saudi Arabia which may vary from clay to gravel sizes and often include cobble and boulder sized pieces. Rocks: have various hardness and engineering properties. Rock

Method statement for Fence Bridges and Drop Structures

8. EXCAVATION 8.1 Preparation for Excavations 8.1.1 Permission 8.1.2 Definitions (Excavations) Site Establishment was executed as per approved method statement. 2. MATERIAL DELIVERY All material delivered to Kusile site will be delivered to SA Fence and Gate site lay down area. All material will be inspected and approved by client before installation as per quality control procedures (refe

pillars in hard rock mining excavation

Numerical computation of average pillar. average pillar stress (APS) can depend on the chosen mesh size, when simulating hard rock pillars in mines where the seam modulus is very similar to that of the surrounding rock Keywords, much smaller than the areal extent of mining, and the excavation is approximated as a simple cut in the medium

The Manitoba Water Services Board SECTION 022180 Standard

PIPE EXCAVATION, BEDDING 201 September 3 AND BACKFILL Page 5 of 11 2.2 EXCAVATED BEDDING MATERIAL .1 Excavated bedding material for Class C or D Bedding installation shall be unfrozen clay, silt, sand or gravelly sand excavated from the trench which shall be free from stones and hard lumps of earth larger than 10 mm in diameter or as

Method Statement Risk Assessment

method statement and are familiar with the reporting and emergency procedures 8. All supporting documentation should be read prior to works i.e. Method Statement, JSSP, Construction Drawings etc. 9. Erect all necessary signage to serve notification that construction work, particularly excavation work is in progress in accordance with chapter 8

EXCAVATION AND TRENCHING PROGRAM

method for an excavation greater than 20 feet in depth. 9. Employees shall be protected from excavated or other materials or equipment that could pose a hazard by falling or rolling into excavation. Protection shall be provided by placing and keeping such materials or equipment at least 2 feet (.61m) from the edge of the excavation, or a retaining device(s) must be provided. 10. A stairway

PROBABILISTIC APPROACHES APPLIED TO EXCAVATION TOOL

Figure 1. However, material properties of the ore have a large stochastic variability. Hence, the stochastic approach (i.e. Simulation-Based Reliability Assessment Method) in combination with FEM is applied. Figure 1 Typical Example of Mechanical Interaction between Bits and Hard Rock (Ore Disintegration Process). 2. FE Model of the Ore

Construction Specification

Rock excavation shall be defined as the excavation of all hard, compacted or cemented materials that requires blasting or the use of ripping and excavating equipment larger than defined for common excavation. The excavation and removal of isolated boulders or rock fragments larger than one (1) cubic yard encountered in materials otherwise conforming to the definition of common excavation shall

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS 2008

1.2.7 Rock and Hard Material in Excavation Rock is defined as natural material that is so hard that, in the opinion of the Engineer, it can not be removed by the ordinary methods of hand or machine excavation without undue difficulty, or without preliminary work to break or loosen the material by use of rippers, pneumatic tools or similar procedures. Hard Material is similarly defined as

Excavation Method

02.11.2011An alternative to the core sampling method for bulk density is sampling by the excavation method (ISO, 1993a). Sampling of bulk density in stony soils is a much more delicate procedure, and generally more time consuming than sampling in stone-less soils. First, a carefully leveled horizontal section is prepared. A soil volume is then excavated. The volume required depends on the general

EXCAVATION AND BACKFILL FOR STRUCTURES

of excavations up to 5 ft. deep. Excavation protection for excavations deeper than 5 ft. are governed by Item 402, "Trench Excavation Protection," and Item 403, "Temporary Special Shoring." Use satisfactory excavated material as backfill or as embankment fill in accordance with Item 132, "Embankment." Dispose of material not

Excavation Hazards

Wall stability: Strip the wall of a trench or excavation of any loose rock or other material, including ice, that may slide, roll or fall on a worker. [O. Reg. 213/91 s. 232] Equipment: Keep heavy equipment, excavated soil or rock and construction material at least one metre away from the upper edges of the trench or excavation. Do not position

Chapter 4

The excavation is carried to its full depth with the spoil from the hole removed from the area by a loader or other equipment. After the excavation has been carried to its full depth, a different tool such as a special clean-out bucket is often used to clean the base of the excavation of loose material. Hand cleaning is possible, but it should

mechanical excavation

Grinding method in which a) a proportion of the material which is comminuted in a ring mill (1) and discharged over the edge of the grinding track (3a) of this ring mill is carried upwards by an air stream which is delivered from below via an air ring (6) which surrounds the grinding track, b) whilst the remaining proportion of the material discharged over the edge of the grinding track falls

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