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This 40-Hour Site Safety Manager course trains participants on how to be an effective site safety manager while focusing on building construction that may be classified by the NYC Department of Buildings. The training course emphasizes protecting, not only the safety of the general public but also of those individuals working on the job site.
Completion of this site safety manager training is a prerequisite when applying for a site safety coordinator or construction superintendent license. The course incorporates a comprehensive review of chapter 33 and the rules of the City of New York that relate to the protection of the public. This training course prepares prospective candidates with work practices that align with NYC safety rules and regulations and trains them for the Site Safety Manager or Site Safety Coordinator exam.
NYC SITE SAFETY REQUIREMENT
In order to become a Site Safety Manager and/or Coordinator, applicants must acquire and submit a certificate of completion for the 40-hour safety manager training course, as stated in Title 28 General Administrative provisions of the NYC Construction Codes. In addition, to become a Construction Superintendent, applicants must also submit a certification of completion for the 40-hour Site Safety Manager Course. For additional information on becoming a Site Safety Manager, Site Safety Coordinator, or Site Superintendent, please visit the Department of Buildings website.
FaÇade projects requiring site-safety plans or buildings 15 stories or higher may use a site safety manager who has completed construction safety manager training to oversee site safety on the project, according to New York City's requirement that began on July 1, 2016.
To become a safety manager, it is required that the person designated on the project must have:
We also have additional sst online training courses available at Able Safety Consulting. Visit us for more information.
Note: 14 hours of this training may be applied towards a Supervisor SST card upon successful completion of this course. This course may be used as a course equivalent for the following courses. For more information, please see the DOB course equivalents table.
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