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OSHA 30 Hour – Only $400! 12/12/2018

OSHA 30 Hour – Only $400! 12/12/2018


Local Law 196 Training Deadline Update!

The Local Law 196 deadline for the Site Safety Training card has been changed from 12/1/18 to 6/1/19. Workers will now need a minimum of 30 hours of training to attain a Limited SST Card and supervisors will need 62 hours of training by June 1, 2019, including a 30-Hour OSHA course to attain a Supervisor SST Card. To read the DOB’s full November Service Update, click here . To read more on the details of the deadline updates and training requirements click here to head to All NYC Safety’s website.

New Form Created to Certify Correction for Summonses Issued for Failing

Effective November 13, 2018, the new AEU3321 form must be used to certify the correction of summonses issued for failing to comply with safety training requirements mandated by the New York City Building Code (BC) Section 3321.1 and/or Section 3321.2. To read the full service update, click here .

U.S. Department of Labor Provides Assistance for California Wildfires Recovery

OSHA is joining with other federal agencies to help those impacted by devastating wildfires in California. OSHA is partnering with the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division to help protect worker safety and wages during cleanup and recovery operations.

OSHA Resources Can Help Workers Stay Safe During Holiday Season

Retailers and other businesses temporarily increase staffing levels to accommodate the busy holiday shopping season. OSHA has resources to help keep warehouse employees, tractor trailer drivers, and forklift operators safe as they work to get merchandise to people’s home. For more information, visit OSHA’s Holiday Workplace Safety webpage .


Cutting Costs, Overcoming Construction Challenges in NYC

Today’s real estate development landscape is undergoing unprecedented shifts. Labor shortage, technology, rising interest rates and the trade tariffs are some of the biggest catalysts for change .

With Amazon Looming, The Need For More Construction Workers Grows More Dire

The New York City building boom shows no sign of slowing down, and the industry is faced with a profound challenge: making sure there are the people to fill the jobs in the years to come.

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