OSHA Safety Training New York – A Complete Guide
As you may know, before you can start working on a job in the city, it is mandatory to take an OSHA Safety Training New York and properly train yourself in the safety and prevention of construction accidents.
What Are OSHA Courses?
OSHA Safety Training New York focuses on creating a safe work environment on construction sites in New York. The OSHA Outreach Training New York course prepares workers for safety, accident prevention, and professional best practices in the workplace. The OSHA Outreach Training New York course is mandatory for all construction workers who want to work on any NYC site.
OSHA Safety Training Courses has helped hundreds of workers like you pass the OSHA Construction Course in New York City.
What is the difference between OSHA 10 hour and OSHA 30 hour course?
While the OSHA 10 hour course course provides training for workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. Attendees learn how to prevent accidents and injuries and OSHA General Industry Standards specific to the construction industry. OSHA 30-Hour is designed to introduce workers to Occupational Safety & Health Administration construction standards contained in 29 CFR 1926 OSHA: Construction Industry Regulations.
Both OSHA 10 hour and OSHA 30 hour safety certification courses deal with construction, general industry, or maritime safety and health hazards.
What OSHA certification do I need in New York City?
Local Law 196 requires all New York City construction workers to complete a minimum of 40-hours of safety related training before starting work. The quickest way to fulfill this requirement is to take our 40-Hour SST bundle consisting of OSHA 30-Hour, 8-Hour Fall Prevention & 2-Hour Drug & Alcohol Awareness training.
Is online OSHA training acceptable in New York City?
Yes, the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) accepts online/zoom OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 Hour training from OSHA-authorized course providers.
Is OSHA 30 mandatory in New York City?
As a requirement of Local Law 196 of 2017, all New York City construction workers must complete OSHA 10 training within the previous five years. On December 1, 2019, workers will be required to have 30 hours of training. By 2020, workers at job sites that require a Site Safety Plan (which includes sites that must designate a Construction Superintendent, Site Safety Coordinator, or Site Safety Manager) must receive 40 hours of training.
How Much Does the OSHA NYC Training Cost?
We offer the OSHA 30-Hour for only $325. Click here to see the upcoming schedule!
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