OHSA 30 Training
Occupational Safety & Health Standards for the Construction Industry
Local Law 196 of 2017 requires certain workers and supervisors to receive safety training at construction sites that are required to designate a Construction Superintendent, Site Safety Coordinator or Site Safety Manager.
Introduction and Understanding of OSHA 2 Hours
Review of worker rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. Some additional areas which will be covered during the introduction to OSHA are material safety data sheets, OSHA form 300, and fatality and injury statistics.
Managing Safety and Health 2 Hours
Managing safety and health will include information on illness prevention programs, accident prevention programs, inspections performed on job sites, analysis of job sites, how to prevent and avoid hazardous situations, and pre-task safety meetings among other things.
Focus Four Hazards 6 Hours
- Unprotected sides, edges and holes
- Improperly constructed walking/working surfaces
- Improper use of access equipment
- Failure to properly use personal fall arrest systems
- Slips and trips
- Struck by
- Falling objects—rigging failure; loose or shifting materials; equipment tip over or malfunction; lack of overhead protection
- Vehicle and equipment strikes—equipment backup incidents
- Struck by flying objects
- Caught in/ caught between
- Trench/excavation collapse
- Rotating equipment
- Unguarded parts
- Equipment rollovers
- Equipment maintenance
- Contact with overhead powerlines
- Contact with live circuits in panels
- Poorly maintained cords and tools
- Lightning strikes
Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment – 2 Hours
A review of personal protective equipment and proper work practices while using PPE.
Health Hazards in Construction 2 Hour
Review some of the common health hazards in construction including but not limited to respirable crystalline silica and noise hazards
Stairways and Ladders 1 Hour
Will cover general requirements that must be followed when work is performed using stairways and ladders.
Electives 12 Hours
Fire Protection and Prevention
Confined Space Entry
Welding and Cutting
Safety and Health Programs
Materials Handling Storage and disposal
We now offer low cost OSHA 30 Training class ($450 pay online) or $500 at the door.
Classes are offered in Spanish call 718-432-1600 for more information
By June 1, 2019: All demolition and construction workers must complete 30 Hours of training to attain a Limited SST Card.
In addition, all supervisors (Site Safety Managers, Site Safety Coordinators, Construction Superintendents, Concrete Safety Managers and competent persons) at construction sites must complete 62 Hours of training to attain a Supervisor SST Card. This card will be valid for a 5-year period and will require 16-hours of training to renew.
On August 31, 2020: Limited SST card expires.
By September 1, 2020: All workers must attain an SST Card through an additional 10 hours of training.