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Beginning December 1, 2019, the New York City administration requires all construction workers 30-hour OSHA training.
As of March 1, 2021, all construction workers have been required an additional 10 hours of on-site safety training to obtain a 40-hour card. Workers in a supervisory position need 32 hours of additional on-site safety training to earn a 62-hour card.
OSHA's 30-Hour Construction Industry Training Course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Designed specifically for safety managers, foremen, and field supervisors; the program provides comprehensive information on OSHA compliance issues.
OSHA's 30-hour construction training is the most convenient way for New York construction workers and supervisors to learn OSHA safety standards. Students who complete this OSHA authorized course will receive an official OSHA 30 card from the US Department of Labor (DOL).
This course meets New York City Local Law 196 requirements for actively supervised online training. Provides 30 hours of DOB approved On-Site Safety Training (SST) to apply to your SST card.
OSHA outreach training is fully narrated and interactive. The course provides a comprehensive overview of OSHA's standards for workplace safety, specifically structured for the identification, avoidance, control, and prevention of hazards.
Who is this training aimed at?
OSHA's 30-hour construction training is designed for supervisors and workers with some safety responsibilities. This training benefits a variety of workers in New York, such as those in construction, building development, and other related fields.
Our 30-hour OSHA construction course promotes a safe and healthy work environment by teaching workers how to identify, predict, and avoid workplace hazards.
An OSHA 30 construction card also provides 30 hours of New York City Department of Buildings approved Site Safety Training (SST), which is required under New York City Local Law 196. Construction and demolition workers in most New York City workplaces can complete this training to earn credit for an SST Worker card.
• Major Fall, Caught, Striped, and Electrocution Hazards
• Protection against crane hazards
• Steel Structure Hazards
• Confined space hazards
• Fire risks
• Activities that can cause MSD and RMD injuries
• Choice and use of appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment)