40 hour site safety manager

40-HR Site Safety Manager

Individual Courses

Course Duration

40 Hours

Individual Courses Fast Line Safety Training

Course Sessions

5 Sessions

Individual Courses in Fast Line Safety Training

Language

English, Spanish

construction worker

Training Type

Onsite Training

40 Hour Site Safety Manager Course Details

The Site Safety Manager class will train participants on how to be an effective site safety manager. The 40 Hour Safety Manager Course focuses on building construction that may be classified by the NYC Building Department. The Safety Manager Course also puts a strong emphasis on protecting, not only the safety of the general public, but for those working on the job site as well. This safety manager training is a prerequisite for individuals applying for their site safety coordinator, or construction superintendent license. The course is a comprehensive review of chapter 33 and the rules of the City of New York that pertain to the public protection. This course will prepare prospective candidates with safe work practices in alignment with NYC rules and regulations and prepare those candidates for the Site Safety Manager or Site Safety Coordinator exam. Cost of completion card is included in price indicated below.

  • DOB Course Code: SAF-102

Individuals

$795.00

per person

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40 hour site safety manager

40 Hour Site Safety Manager Course Schedule

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Additional Details

NYC DOB REQUIREMENT:

40-HOUR SITE SAFETY MANAGER

As stated in the NYC Construction Codes – Title 28 General Administrative provisions, In order to become a Site Safety Manager and/or Coordinator Applicants must submit a certificate completion for the 40 hour certified safety manager training. In order to become a Construction Superintendent applicants must also submit a certification of completion for the 40 hour Site Safety Manager Course. For more information on how to become a Site Safety Manager, Site Safety Coordinator or Site Superintendent please visit the Department of Buildings website. 

New York City’s new requirement beginning July 1st 2016 states that facade projects requiring site-safety plans; buildings 15 stories or higher may now use a site safety manager, who completed construction safety manager training, designated rigging foreman, rigger, or qualified safety professional to oversee site safety on the project.

How to become a safety manager? It is a requirement that the person designated on the project must have:

  • 40-hour site safety manager training (and 7-hour refresher every 3 years thereafter); and
  • 32-hour supported scaffold installer training (and 8-hour refresher ever 4 years thereafter); and
  • 32-hour suspended scaffold supervisor training (and complete the 8-hour refresher every 4 years thereafter); and
  • OSHA 30 or greater construction training. Minimum 10 hour OSHA every 5 years.

Audience

Experienced Construction workers, supervisors, and other personnel responsible for construction activities with general knowledge of the New York City Building Codes as it relates to worker and public safety.

CEUs (CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS)

​To earn a certificate of completion and a permanent card, student must do the following:

  • 100% attendance for the 40 Hour Site Safety Manager Training Course: 40 hours of instruction time
  • Completion of Continuing Education and Training Registration Form
  • Active participation in all class exercises (determined by instructor)
  • Completion of required pre-and post-quiz assessment
  • As applicable, achievement of minimum passing score on required end-of-course examination
  • Participation and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form (must provide name on form to receive credit)
  • Make up time is not allowed. Students who miss time from any individual session must reschedule and attend the full training course.
  • PREREQUISITE: Participants need to be able to communicate with the instructor in the language the course is held in. 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon completion of this course, student should be able to:

  • Explain the differences between the various types of safety professionals
  • Recognize rules and regulations and the reasons why they were put into place
  • Identify the different types of safety practices and procedures that are put in place to protect the public and property during construction and demolition operations in NYC
  • Describe proper communication procedures between licensed safety professionals and the New York City Department of Buildings
  • Describe the differences between OSHA standards and NYC DOB Chapter 33 regulations
  • Identify potential fire hazards and prevention methods in compliance with the New York City Fire Code

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS

A plethora of methods will be used, such as auditory and visual methods to ensure learning. This includes the program’s PowerPoint, related lectures, testing, and classroom discussions.

Course Completion Card