7 Hour Site Safety Manager Refresher
Course Length:7 Hours
Course Pricing:$225 per person
- $205.50 per person for groups of 4-5 (10% discount)
- $191.25 per person for groups of 6+ (15% discount)
Prerequisites:No prerequisites are required to take the course. Students can take the course for information purposes but to obtain license/certificate from the New York City Department of Buildings, must meet certain requirements in order to apply for that license. For additional information, please visit: www.nyc.gov/site/buildings/industry/site-safety-professional
Audience:This course is a renewal requirement for individuals with the following licenses/registrations: Site Safety Manager (SSM) and Site Safety Coordinator (SSC). It is also required for individuals applying to renew their Construction Superintendent (CS) license or register for the first time. For the full license requirements, please visit www.nyc.gov/site/buildings/industry/applying-for-construction-superintendent-registration
The 7 Hour Site Safety Manager Refresher Training course is a refresher to the 40-Hour Site Safety Manager Course, which is a comprehensive presentation of Chapter 33 and the Rules of the City of New York that pertain to public protection. During the training, students will review the hazards of working in the New York City construction environment and the specific methods and work practices that are necessary on an urban construction site.
The training is one of the requirements all renewing applicants must successfully complete every 3 years in order to remain up-to-date with their Site Safety Manager, Site Safety Coordinator, or Construction Superintendent status with the New York City Department of Buildings. This course is also a registration requirement for Construction Superintendents.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Navigate the New York City Department of Buildings website to select appropriate Building Codes, New York City Rules, Bulletins and applications.
- Identify the rules and regulations that were promulgated after serious construction accidents in New York City.
- Explain the reasons for New York City safety rules.
- Prescribe control measures for New York City safety issues.
- Choose safe work practices at their construction sites based on prudent decision-making.
- Motivate other employees to make changes to improve the safety culture of New York City.
- Differentiate between the OSHA standards and Chapter 33 of Building Code of New York City.
Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities including hands-on exercises.
Make-up time is not permitted for this training course. Should students miss any portion of the training, it is the student's responsibility to contact TSCTA to arrange to attend another scheduled event. TSCTA's full attendance and make-up time policies can be accessed at www.tscta.com or the Student Policy and Information Form or the Student Policy and Information Form.
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