1 STEEL TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS 3330 S. SAM HOUSTON PKWY E. HOUSTON, TEXAS Phone: Toll Free: Fax: COPYRIGHT, U.S.A., SPEED SHORE CORPORATION, 2009
2 April 16, 2009 TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS Page 2 of 8 W A R N I N G EXCAVATION PROCEDURES MAY BE VERY DANGEROUS A TRAINED COMPETENT PERSON SHALL: SUPERVISE ALL EXCAVATION OPERATIONS, ENSURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL ARE WORKING IN SAFE CONDITIONS, AND HAVE THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THIS TABULATED DATA. THE COMPETENT PERSON SHALL HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO STOP WORK WHEN IT IS UNSAFE FOR WORKERS TO ENTER AN EXCAVATION. ALL PERSONNEL SHALL BE TRAINED IN CORRECT EXCAVATION PROCEDURES, PROPER USE OF THE PROTECTIVE SYSTEM AND ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. EXCAVATIONS AND PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS SHALL BE INSPECTED AT LEAST DAILY AND WHENEVER THERE IS A CHANGE OF SOIL, WATER OR OTHER JOB SITE CONDITIONS. ALL LIFTING AND PULLING EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING CABLES, SLINGS, CHAINS, SHACKLES AND SAFETY HOOKS SHALL BE EVALUATED FOR SUITABILITY AND CAPACITY, AND SHALL BE INSPECTED FOR DAMAGE OR DEFECTS PRIOR TO USE. ALL INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL OF SHORING AND SHIELDING SHALL BE FROM ABOVE GROUND ONLY. DO NOT ALLOW PERSONNEL TO ENTER AN EXCAVATION THAT IS NOT PROPERLY SHORED, SHIELDED OR SLOPED. PERSONNEL SHALL ALWAYS WORK WITHIN THE SHORING AND SHIELDING. PERSONNEL SHALL NOT STAND ON THE EDGE OF AN UNSHORED EXCAVATION. ALL PERSONNEL SHALL ENTER AND EXIT EXCAVATIONS ONLY WITHIN SHIELDED OR SHORED AREAS. SPEED SHORE'S "MANUFACTURER'S TABULATED DATA" IS A GENERAL SET OF GUIDELINES AND TABLES TO ASSIST THE COMPETENT PERSON IN SELECTING A SAFETY SYSTEM AND THE PROPER SHORING OR SHIELDING EQUIPMENT. THE COMPETENT PERSON HAS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR JOB SITE SAFETY AND THE PROPER SELECTION AND INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL OF THE SHORING OR SHIELDING EQUIPMENT. THIS TABULATED DATA IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED AS A JOB SPECIFIC EXCAVATION SAFETY PLAN, BUT SHALL BE USED BY THE COMPETENT PERSON TO SUPPLEMENT HIS TRAINING, HIS EXPERIENCE AND HIS KNOWLEDGE OF THE JOB CONDITIONS AND SOIL TYPE.
3 April 16, 2009 TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS Page 3 of 8 SPEED SHORE TABULATED DATA 1.0 SCOPE 1.1 Speed Shore's Tabulated Data complies with the O.S.H.A. standards as stated in the Code of Federal Regulations 29, Part 1926, Subpart P - Excavations, Section (c)(2). This data shall only be used by the contractor's competent person in the selection of Speed Shore Trench Shields. The competent person shall be experienced and knowledgeable in trenching and excavation procedures, soil identification and in the use of Speed Shore Trench Shields. 1.2 All personnel involved in the installation, removal and use of Trench Shields shall be trained in their use and advised of appropriate safety procedures. 1.3 Tables TS-1 and TS-2 are based upon requirements stated in CFR 29, Part 1926 and applicable portions of CFR 29, Part The competent person shall know and understand the requirements of those parts before using this data. 1.4 Whenever there is a variance between this Tabulated Data and CFR 29, Part 1926, Subpart P - Excavations, this Tabulated Data shall take precedence. Whenever a topic or subject is not contained in this Tabulated Data, the competent person shall refer to CFR 29, Part 1926, Subpart P - Excavations. 1.5 This data refers to the Code of Federal Regulations, 29, Parts 1910 and In states that have their own state O.S.H.A. refer to similar regulations in the current construction rules published by the state office of Occupational Health and Safety. 1.6 Tables TS-1 and TS-2 shall be used only in excavations with soil conditions as noted. For other soil and excavation conditions and depths, site-specific engineered designs are required. Contact Speed Shore Corporation for assistance. 1.7 This Tabulated Data is applicable for standard products manufactured exclusively by Speed Shore and may only be used with Speed Shore manufactured products. Any modification of Speed Shore products not specifically authorized by Speed Shore Corporation voids this data. 2.0 DEFINITIONS (RE: CFR 29, Part Definitions) - RESTATED FOR EMPHASIS (F) "competent person" means one who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings or working conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous to employees; and who has authorization to take prompt corrective measures to eliminate them (p) "Shall" means mandatory. 3.0 SOIL CLASSIFICATIONS 3.1 In order to use the data presented in Tables TS-1 and TS-2 the soil type, or types, in which the excavation is cut shall first be determined by the competent person according to the O.S.H.A. soil classifications as set forth in CFR 29, Part 1926, Subpart P, Appendix A. 3.2 Tables TS-1 and TS-2 are also for use in Type C-60 soil (see 3.3 for definition). 3.3 Type C-60 soil is a moist, cohesive soil or a moist dense granular soil which does not fit into Type A or Type B classifications, and is not flowing or submerged. This material can be cut with near vertical sidewalls and will stand unsupported long enough to allow the shields to be properly installed. The competent person must monitor the excavation for signs of deterioration of the soil as indicated by, but not limited to, freely seeping water or flowing soil entering the excavation around or below the Trench Shield. An alternate design for less stable Type C soil may be required where there is evidence of deterioration. 3.4 Water flowing into an excavation, from either above or below ground, will cause a decrease in the stability of the soil. Therefore, the competent person shall take action to prevent water from entering the excavation and promptly remove any water that accumulates in the excavation. Closer monitoring of the soil is required under wet conditions, particularly in the less cohesive (weaker) soil conditions. A
4 April 16, 2009 TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS Page 4 of 8 small amount of water, or flowing conditions may downgrade the soil classification to a less stable classification. A large amount of water, or flowing conditions will downgrade all soils to O.S.H.A. Type C. Speed Shore shoring and shielding systems may be used safely in wet conditions when the excavation is monitored by the competent person. Example: When repairing a leak in utility lines, it is often difficult or even impossible to keep water out of the excavation. 4.0 PRESENTATION OF INFORMATION 4.1 Information is presented in tabular form in Tables TS-1 and TS-2 for use in O.S.H.A. Type A, B and C soils, and for use in Type C-60 soil (see 3.3 for definition). 4.2 Tables TS-1 and TS-2 are not considered adequate when loads imposed by structures or by stored material adjacent to the trench weigh in excess of the load imposed by 3 feet of soil surcharge. The term "adjacent" as used here means the area within a horizontal distance from the edge of the trench equal to the depth of the trench. 4.3 Using Tables TS-1 and TS-2 and after determining the soil type, the competent person determines the maximum depth the Trench Shield may be used. 5.0 ASSEMBLY 5.1 Shields shall be inspected by a competent person before and after assembly. 5.2 All damage shall be evaluated and repairs made under the direction of a registered professional engineer. All missing or damaged components shall be replaced with genuine Speed Shore parts. 5.3 All lifting and pulling equipment, (including cables, slings, chains, shackles and safety hooks) used to handle shields or components shall be evaluated for lifting capacity, and inspected for damage or defects, prior to use, by experienced operators and shall meet O.S.H.A. requirements. 5.4 Tag lines or other approved safety devices shall be utilized to keep employees away from loads handled by lifting equipment. 5.5 Spreaders, arched spreaders, pins with keepers and accessories shall be in place before using the shields. 5.6 Standard Spreader Requirements: Diameter 8 schedule 80, 20 Maximum Spreader Length 5.7 Two spreaders are required at each end of all shields. Shields with 3 spreader sockets at the front end shall have spreaders at any 2 of the 3 sockets. 5.8 All spreaders shall be singled or doubled pinned at each end, based on number of holes in the spreader sockets, with 1.5-inch diameter pins furnished by Speed Shore. 5.9 Assembly instructions: Lay first panel on ground, spreader sockets up Stand spreaders over sockets and insert pins with keepers Lower second panel onto spreader tubes and insert pins with keepers Attach 4-point lifting sling to lifting brackets Stand shield up, attach tag lines and install into trench properly Trench Shields may be stacked utilizing stacking socket and appurtenances providing the allowable designed depth rating for each shield is not exceeded in the tables TS-1 and TS INSPECTION 6.1 The competent person must evaluate the soils to assure the rated capacity of the Trench Shields is not exceeded by the lateral pressure of the soil. Soils shall be evaluated in accordance with Part The competent person shall monitor all phases of the assembly, installation and use of this product to evaluate and eliminate methods, which could endanger employees utilizing this product. 6.3 Daily inspections of the Trench Shield and accessories must be performed by the competent person and deficiencies corrected. 6.4 Inspections shall be conducted as necessary for hazards associated with: water accumulation, changing soil conditions, or changing site weather conditions.
5 April 16, 2009 TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS Page 5 of Stacked shields shall be monitored to assure that each panel is secured to the one below it. 7.0 SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS 7.1 Employees shall be protected from loose or falling material. Trench Shields must always be used in a manner that loose or falling soil cannot enter over the top or through the end of the shield. End plates may be required. Spoil piles must be kept back from the edge of the excavation at least 2 feet. 7.2 Employees shall not enter or exit shields through unprotected areas and shall remain in shields at all times while working. 7.3 Employees shall not be in or under a shield while it is being lifted or moved. 7.4 Bottom of shields may be a maximum of 2 feet above the bottom of the trench if there are no signs of deterioration of the trench face below or at the end of the shield. 7.5 Use of the spreader system for any purpose other than support for the sidewall panels, or for pulling them forward is prohibited without written permission from the manufacturer. 7.6 The sides of the excavation should be cut vertical and narrow to prevent lateral movement of the shield. The width of the excavation shall be no wider than the width of the shield plus 12 inches. If soil conditions do not allow the sides of the excavation to be cut vertical and narrow, the competent person shall install the shield in a safe manner to restrict lateral movement or other hazardous movement of the shield in the event of the application of sudden lateral loads. The competent person shall make the final determination to ensure lateral movement of the shield has been controlled. 7.7 A Speed Shore supplied arch spreader may be used in place of standard spreaders. 7.8 Water shall be prevented from entering the excavation and any water that does accumulate in the excavation shall be pumped out. 7.9 Contact Speed Shore for any non-typical use of the Trench Shield. 8.0 EXAMPLE TO ILLUSTRATE THE USE OF TABLES TS-1 AND TS-2: Problem: A trench is 16 feet deep in soil that has been classified by the competent person to be O.S.H.A. Type B. For pipe joint purposes, 20 feet long shields are required, and stacking 2 identical 8 feet high shields is desired. Which Trench Shields may be used? Studying Table TS-1 shows that an 820DW4 is adequate down to 22 feet. Further down the table is an 820DW6, which is adequate down to 31 feet. Studying Table TS-2 shows an 820DW8 is also adequate to 44 feet. Either of these 3 shields may be used.
7 April 16, 2009 TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS Page 7 of 8 TABLE TS-2 "DW" MODELS DOUBLE SKIN PLATE WALLS MODEL CAPACITY P.S.F. MAXIMUM DEPTH RATING FOR SOIL TYPES FEET VERTICAL PIPE CLEARANCE INCHES WEIGHT APPX. POUNDS A-25 B-35 B-45 C-60 C-80 TS-0420DW8 1, ,300 TS-0424DW8 1, ,525 TS-0428DW ,500 TS-0430DW ,075 TS-0432DW ,550 TS-0620DW8 1, ,200 TS-0624DW8 1, ,000 TS-0628DW8 1, ,000 TS-0630DW ,900 TS-0632DW ,850 TS-0820DW8 1, ,400 TS-0824DW8 1, ,250 TS-0828DW8 1, ,675 TS-0830DW8 1, ,950 TS-0832DW ,850 TS-1020DW8 1, ,200 TS-1024DW8 1, ,850 TS-1028DW ,900 TS-1030DW ,640 TS-1032DW ,490 Notes (1) If a specific model DW trench shield is not shown in Table TS-1 or TS-2, the competent person must refer to the trench shield certification to determine capacity and working depths. All other aspects of this tabulated data applies to any DW shield not shown in Tables TS-1 or TS-2. (2) Weights are approximate. (3) Standard spreader sizes for DW trench shields as shown in Table TS-1 or TS-2 are 8 schedule 80 pipe, maximum length of 20. For models not listed or custom shields, please see the serialized certification for each shield for spreader requirements.
8 April 16, 2009 TRENCH SHIELDS DW MODELS Page 8 of 8 EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS FIG 1 TWO FLAT BOTTOM SHIELDS STACKED. PLEASE NOTE TOP SHIELD MAY BE INVERTED AND PINNED TO THE BOTTOM SHIELD FIG 2 TWO KNIFE EDGE SHIELDS STACKED
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