40 Hour Site Safety Manager (SAF-102)
|Jul 25, 2022 at 07:30 am||Jul 29, 2022 at 03:30 pm|
|Day 1: July 25, 2022 from 7:30Am - 3:30pm|
|Day 2: July 26, 2022 from 7:30Am - 3:30pm|
|Day 3: July 27, 2022 from 7:30Am - 3:30pm|
|Day 4: July 28, 2022 from 7:30Am - 3:30pm|
|Day 5: July 29, 2022 from 7:30Am - 3:30pm|
There are no prerequisites for this training course. However, students must be able to communicate with the instructor in the language that the training is provided in.
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 faÇade 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.
Swing Staging Training & Safety, LLC provides certification of specific OSHA and Scaffold operations and use. With presentation, equipment awareness, and physical interaction or widely used as well as new products in a classroom setting and practical operation of heavy equipment widely used throughout the industry in a practical room fitted with state of the art products. Students operate and fully inspect the live equipment they use and/or see on their job sites.
- Know the differences between the various types of safety professionals
- Understand rules and regulations and the reasons why they were implemented
- Identify the various types of safety practices and procedures that are implemented 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
How to Register:
Please fill out the form below.
Or, you can come in to the office and fill out the application during office hours. A 50% deposit is required for your seat to be reserved. SSTS cannot guarantee your reservation without the deposit. Payment can be made by cash, check, money order, or credit card. Please allow 7 days for check clearance.
All course dates are subject to change due to class size.
Please bring the following items with you to class: Pen/Pencil, Paper to take notes, and a Photo ID. It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes and sneakers for the practical part of the course.
Refund Policy: Refunds are not permitted for courses that have been partially or fully completed. Failures do not constitute refunds. If in the event you do not pass or complete the course, please contact us for available options.
There are always competent persons available during business hours to support, advice, and respond to any questions regarding the learner program (e.g. scheduling, registration). Staff is also available for emergency calls and/or emails after hours.