OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training


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According to the Occupational Safety and Health act of 1970, employers are responsible for assuring a safe and healthy work environment for their employees.


This OSHA training program is an extensive assessment of OSHA procedures, policies, and standards. This course gives students a keen knowledge of construction safety and health principles, with an emphasis on the most hazardous areas using OSHA standards and regulations as a guideline.


Originally, the 30-hour OSHA training course was more appropriate for supervisors, but with the introduction of local law 196, this course has become a popular selection for most construction workers. Students learn to locate and recognize OSHA standards in 29 CFR, identify causes of accidents and fatalities within the worksite while providing methods to decrease these hazards, and understand most construction processes, materials, and equipment.


OSHA Training NYC DOB Requirement (Local law 196)

As part of a new regulation (Local Law 196), the NYC Department of Buildings now requires that individuals working in demolition and construction in the 5 boroughs complete a certain amount of training hours. Workers are required to have a minimum of 30 hours of training and a minimum of 62 hours of training for supervisors. In addition to the required amount of training, individuals also need to obtain a Site Safety Training (SST) card to prove they have completed the necessary training.


As of September 1st, 2020, workers also need a total of 40 hours of training, which must include the 8-Hour fall Prevention course and the 2-Hour drug and alcohol Awareness course.


For additional information on courses required to receive an SST card, or to order an SST card as required by Local Law 196, please visit Safetycardtracker.com


CEUs (Continuing Education Units)



CEU Requirements

  1. 100% attendance for the OSHA 30 Certification
  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)



  1. Recognize worker rights and employer responsibilities to employees under OSHA
  2. Identify how to select the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and life-saving equipment
  3. Consider risks they may be associated with improper use of scaffolding equipment
  4. Explain different control techniques for controlling the four main health hazards that construction workers may be exposed to
  5. Define principles for a minimum of three protective systems used while working in and around excavations
  6. Describe the differences between the 5 classes of fires and explore solutions for extinguishing them


OSHA 30 Card – Upon successfully completing the 30-hour OSHA course, students receive an orange/dark gold color wallet card. Attention - these cards are not available for completion of OSHA #510 or OSHA #511 courses.

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