Safety & Training
Upcoming work safety programs and training opportunities from the Arizona Utility Contractors Association.

Crew Leader Training (Date & Location Update)

The objective of the NCCER Fundamentals of Crew Leadership course is to introduce and/or reiterate to the supervisor the fundamentals of effective supervision emphasizing professionalism through knowledge, experience and applied skills. This course will cover the following topics, and much more: How to be a professional field supervisor, while producing results that impact profits How [...]

ADOSH Education & Training Calendar Oct – Jan

Click HERE for a link to the ADOSH Education and Training Calendar for October 2017 - January 2018.   All classes are free and are schedule regionally around Arizona. If you have questions or to register for a class, you can contact the main ADOSH office 602-542-5795 or call the number listed next to the [...]

Competent Person Training (English) Tempe & Flagstaff

Registration is now open for our annual free Trenching & Excavation Competent Person Safety Training that is co-sponsored with Arizona 811. The AZUCA Foundation will sponsor up to three employees of members of AZUCA. Contact our office if you have additional attendees to add to the waiting list. Unclaimed seats will be available 48 hours [...]

2017 Metro Phoenix Damage Prevention & Safety Seminars

Through the Damage Prevention and Safety Partnership, Arizona 811 collaborates with a diverse group of underground facility owners and operators, professional contractor associations and state enforcement officials to provide comprehensive seminars throughout Southern Arizona, the Metro Phoenix Region, Northern Arizona and the Mohave Valley year-round. Each seminar lasts 2.5 hours and covers these topics: The Arizona [...]

AZUCA Members Encouraged to Update Safety Training

It is a benefit of membership to be able to participate in low cost or free safety training offered by the AZUCA Foundation throughout the year. There have been several incidents recently involving Confined Space Fatalities and Trench Cave Ins, which were totally preventable, reminding us how quickly a jobsite can become hazardous.   Industry [...]