8 Hour Site Safety Coordinator

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14
Mar
$225.00

8 Hour Site Safety Coordinator Online Course – NYC

8 Hour Site Safety Coordinator training course is required to obtain the Site Safety Coordinator or Superintendent license in NYC.


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Why take the 8 Hour Site Safety Coordinator course?

To obtain a Site Safety Coordinator Certificate , the applicant (a Registered Architect, a Licensed Engineer or an applicant who has 5 years of construction supervision/safety experience including 3 years supervising major buildings) must complete and submit to the Licensing Unit – a certificate of completion for 8 hours of training as mandated by the NYC 2014 Construction Codes – Title 28 General Administrative Provisions, Chapter 4 Licensing & Registration of Businesses, Trades & Occupations, Article 403 Site Safety Coordinator Certificate §28-403.2 Qualifications.

To apply for the Site Safety Coordinator or Site Safety Superintendent license you need to take this NYC DOB approved 8-Hour Site Safety Coordinator Training course. This course is a comprehensive review of Chapter 33 and the rules of the New York City related to site safety, including public safety. For additional requirements for obtaining the Site Safety Coordinator license please visit the NYC DOB web site. For additional requirements for obtaining the Site Safety Superintendent license please visit the NYC DOB web site.

We also offer the 40 Hour Site Safety Manager training course as well as the 8 Hour Site Safety Manager Refresher / Chapter 33 training.

Training Requirements

  • 100% attendance of the online class is mandatory
  • Complying with the PDH STAR facial biometric requirement for monitoring attendance
  • Achieve a minimum of 70% in the written assessment at the end of the course
  • Completion of Evaluation Form at the end of the course

Learning Objectives

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

  • Compare roles and responsibilities NYC DOB licensed site safety professionals
  • Identify safety procedures to protect employees, public and property during construction and demolition operations in New York City
  • Differentiate between OSHA standards and New York City DOB Chapter 33 regulations
  • Review safety plans for minimum requirements
  • Understand how to use tools safely on the jobsite
  • Spot safety violations on the jobsite

Course Content

Total learning: 180 lessons / 2 quizzes Time: 52 weeks

Instructor

4.7

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Reviews

  • Redi Gjecka

    Great course and very informative.
  • Troy Galvan

    great course
  • Meng Wang

    Really informational, will be really helpful in real working environment
  • Christopher Frey

    Course was good
  • Bryce Taylor

    The course was ok, not great. Some sections repeat previous sections, so much that I thought maybe I had accidentally rewound a couple times. That did actually happen a couple times, I'd close the window, come back later and find that I'd lost progress. Much of it is a text to speech reading of code sections without photos or diagrams to illustrate what they're talking about. Some of it just lists of code section requirements without any explanation ("lesser violations include a violation of Item 6 of section 1110.1, of section 1110.2, or of item 7 of section 1110.3 of the New York City Building code..." So I had to stop and look those up. I took a 10-hour OSHA construction course that had much more actual info on construction safety. Maybe that's why we have to take both courses: OSHA for safety, this course for bureaucratic rules. I'm an architect, doing this for my construction superintendent certification, to oversee the renovation of my own house and maybe a low rise project or two. Much of this course is about requirements for high rise construction. If the DOB is going to require a CS on small scale residential jobs, it would be better to have a course tailored to that scale.
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