The 40hr Site Safety Course is a much more in-depth study of Local Law 33 and how it relates to NYC Construction. This class is required for those apply to become NYC Site Safety Managers or NYC Site Safety Coordinators. It is required for Site Safety Managers on Facade projected in NYC on buildings over 15 floors.
The 7hr course gives a basic overview of NYC Building Code 33. Building Code 33 focuses on “Major Buildings” which are buildings with a lot space of over 100,000 square feet or over 125′ in height. The 7-hour course is required every 3 years for Site Safety Managers to renew their licenses, and for all construction Superintendents.
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NYC Site Safety Training Classes and Services
Here at Able Safety we not only deliver complete, cost-effective safety service solutions to our customers as promised and without compromise, but we have the resources and the support to back it up. It would be our pleasure to provide you with a proposal for your next project.
We offer NYC DOB Licensed Site Safety Managers and Coordinators, Concrete Safety Managers, FDNY Construction Site Fire Safety Managers, Site Safety Representatives (MTA, DEP, SCA, USACE, PA, etc.), Certified Safety Professionals (CSP), Construction Health and Safety Technicians (CHST) and Quality Assurance/Control Personnel.
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- Doing work as a construction employee is significantly similar to becoming a superhero. Every single day, you’re tasked with bearing heavy loads as well as working with extremely cool equipment and tools. Riding in cranes and also squatting on scaffolds set you so high in the sky that you really nearly feel like flying. However […]Read More »