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This 8-hour Site Safety Coordinator Course is for individuals who are looking to renew their site safety manager license and their Site Safety Coordinator license. This course reviews information taught in the 40-Hour Site Safety Manager Course, an extensive presentation of Chapter 33 and New York City Rules relevant to public protection. During the course, students will review the possible dangers of working in a New York City Construction site environment and the varied techniques and work practices that are required to keep employees and the public safe.


If you are interested in SST courses, we offer a variety of SST online training courses.



This course must be completed by Site Safety Manager license holders one year immediately prior to renewing their license, which is valid for 3 years. Since NYC DOB requires annual renewal of the coordinator certification, Site Safety Coordinators must successfully complete this course yearly. Please visit the Department of Buildings website for additional information regarding becoming a construction site safety manager.






  1. 100% attendance for the 8-hour site safety coordinator course
  2. Completion of Continuing Education and Training Registration Form
  3. Actively participating in all class exercises (determined by course instructor)
  4. Completion of required pre and post-quiz assessment
  5. Achievement of a minimum passing score on the required end-of-course examination, as applicable
  6. Completion and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form (name must be provided on form to receive credit)



After successful completion of this 8-hour NYC DOB-approved site safety coordinator course, you should be able to:


  1. Explain the distinction between the various types of safety professionals 
  2. Identify rules and regulations and the reasons they are in place
  3. Recognize different kinds of safety practices and procedures that are in place to protect the public and property during construction and demolition operations in NYC
  4. Explain proper methods of communication between licensed safety professionals and the New York City Department of Buildings
  5. Explain the distinctions between OSHA standards and NYC DOB Chapter 33 regulations
  6. Recognize possible fire hazards and prevention techniques that comply with the New York City Fire Code
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