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New York OSHA 30-Hour Construction


Includes: Free Course, DOL Card, Certificate of Completion
Duration: 30 Hours
Language: English & (Haga clic aquí para el idioma español)

Level: Certificate

Introduction to New York OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training

The New York OSHA Outreach 30-Hour Construction course dispenses comprehensive workplace safety knowledge based on OSHA standards (29 CFR) to employees seeking job roles with site safety responsibilities in the construction sector within the New York state. 

 

In addition, the New York OSHA 30 Hour construction online training not only equips workers with the knowledge of hazard identification, control, and safety preventative protocols but also minimizes the risks of accidents, injuries, and fatalities in the workplace. The New York OSHA 30-Hour Course meets the New York City Local Law 196 requirements for active voice proctored online training as well as dispenses 30 hours of NYC Department of Buildings authorized Site Safety Training (SST) mandated under the NYC Local Law 196 to seek SST card.

 

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Upon completing OSHA 30-Hour New York Construction training program, participants will be able to understand the following learning objectives:

 

  • Learn the OSHA work-related injury and illness recordkeeping concept and its primary role in promoting workplace safety.
  • Display adequate knowledge of preventive measures for arc flash and electrical safety, scaffold safety, and crane safety to prevent injuries.
  • Recognize silica, asbestos, and lead hazards and enforce best practices to prevent exposure and injuries.
  • Appropriately choose the correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for various job tasks to maintain personal safety.
  • Comprehend the risk factors associated with hearing conservation to prevent hearing loss and recognize stairway and ladder safety hazards to avoid injuries.
  • Implement safety measures involving rigging, conveyor, and forklift operations to improve efficiency in job tasks, as well as understand why ergonomic principles are essential to prevent musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Address safety protocols, including evacuation and fire incident emergencies.
  • Emphasize the awareness of formaldehyde exposure to prevent accidents, bloodborne pathogens, and workplace cleanliness to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.
  • Carry out best practices when involved in hot work activities, identify heat and cold stress, and implement safety measures to avoid injuries.
  • Become equipped with earthquake preparedness and emergency response protocols to prevent fatalities and injuries.
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Who Needs New York OSHA 30-Hour Construction?

The OSHA New York 30-Hour construction course primarily targets employees with safety responsibilities in construction workplaces and need a New York OSHA 30 Card to apply for their SST card under NYC Local Law 196.

 

Workers who may benefit from enrolling in the 30 Hour New York OSHA construction include but are not limited to:

  • Construction Supervisors and Managers
  • Foremen and Construction Crew Leaders
  • Construction Inspectors
  • Safety Coordinators
  • Contractors and Subcontractors
  • Construction Industry Employers
  • Site Visitors
  • Environmental, Health, and Safety Professionals
  • Workers in High-Risk Construction Trades
  • Labor Union Members

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