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The standards apply to all open excavations made in the Earth’s surface, including trenches. Following the requirements of the standards will prevent or greatly reduce the risk of cave-ins and other excavation-related incidents. Learn more: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/osha2226.pdf Other common questions: When Must Employers Conduct Excavation Site Inspections? What Excavation Hazards Do Employers Need to Address? What […]
What is MISS DIG 811? How soon can I dig once the locate request has been placed? It is very important to wait until the legal start date and time assigned. Beginning work earlier can result in forfeiture of your rights and protections granted under Michigan statute, Act 174 of Public Act 2013. MISS DIG […]
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