Pursuant to 1 RCNY §104-01 (f), effective March 16, 2017, original applicants for licensure, as well as license renewal applicants, are required to provide proof of fitness to perform the work authorized by the relevant license.
Effective: May 25,2017 - Pursuant to RCNY 104-06, Site Safety Managers and Site Safety Coordinators must complete an eight (8) hour Site Safety Manager refresher, during the one (1) year immediately prior to renewal.
May 9th and 10th - FREE SPANISH & ENGLISH SESSIONS
Active Shooter & Medical Emergency Preparedness Course REQUIRED for ALL Fire Safety Director(F-58) & Emergency Action Plan Director(F-59)
The Department is enforcing compliance with the recently-revised Construction Superintendent Rule (1 RCNY 3301-02) and May 2016 Industry Notice using random site visits and other tools at the Agency's disposal.
*SEVERE WEATHER ADVISORY * DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS ADVISES PROPERTY OWNERS, CONTRACTORS, & CRANE OPERATORS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES DURING HIGH WINDS
April 6-7, 2017
IACET Accredited Provider Expanded Workshop, NYC
REGISTER NOW: IACET Accredited Provider Expanded Workshop, NYC - New or renewing IACET Accredited Providers and Current Construction Safety Training Providers
City Safety Compliance Corp FREE Safety Seminar on Thursday, March 30th
We will be discussing FDNY, Superintendent Rule / Permits / Filing, DOT Changes, OSHA Updates, New City Council Legislation, and much more
FDNY Guest speaker will be present!
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The Construction Safety Act will make construction sites safer by reducing safety violations and strengthening crane regulations. These bills were drafted in response to an alarming increase in construction site injuries and fatalities..Read more
Through a joint venture with the United States Veterans Administration and In Field Management , Site Safety, LLC, one of the City’s largest construction safety consulting firms, provided the training necessary for a decorated Veteran to become a New York City Certified Site Safety Manager.
Site Safety, LLC Present: CHST, ASP, and CSP COURSES
September 17th - September 23rd 2017
thank you for choosing us as your leading training provider. Our primary goal is to increase your subject understanding and to introduce and provide resources that will support your classroom understanding. For complete course descriptions and additional information please visit us at www.site-safety.com or call us at 212-683-7200.
On June 23rd, 2016, a new OSHA standard to protect workers from exposure to respirable crystalline silica will take effect.
OSHA AUTHORIZE TRAINING - FDNY APPROVED TRAINING - NYC DOB APPROVED SAFETY COURSES - NYC DOB APPROVED CONCRETE COURSES - NYC DOB APPROVED S SCAFFOLD COURSES - NYC DOB APPROVED CRANES & DERRICK COURSES
1 RCNY 3301-02, effective May 30, 2016, expands the duties and changes the types of jobs requiring a Construction Superintendent (CS).
Tuesday, May 3, 2016 @ 4:30pm In Los Angeles, FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
After the 2015 movie “Concussion”, the general public has become more aware and concerned about debilitating head injuries sustained by NFL players. According to some sources, professional athletes were among five occupations that had more than 1,000 injuries per 10,000 workers.
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THIS WEEK’S TRAINING SCHEDULE - 7 HOUR SITE SAFETY MANAGER REFRESHER , CONFINED SPACE, AND QUALIFIED RIGGER
Our Spring 2016 training schedule has been posted. This season we will be offering NYC DOB, FDNY , OSHA, EPA, DOT, NEW YORK STATE, AND NEW JERSEY STATE APPROVED TRAINING
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Free Safety Seminar THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 2016 - 8:00AM - 10:30AM - Limited Seating!
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By: Zoi Davi , Welcome to the future of construction where for some construction workers, any thoughts of slacking off could soon be obsolete.
Unless you’ve been living in a box, you must have heard that fatalities and accidents have skyrocketed in New York City (NYC) amongst what are known as “low-rise” construction projects. By: Peter Amato, President of Site Safety, LLC
Onsite training available for Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, and nearby cities.
Our confidence in our ability to deliver the best service not only stems from 20+ years of employee experience but from our high regard for the importance of family. It is for this same love for family that we look forward to the upcoming holidays
By: Zoi Davi Assistant Operations Manager.
NYC Department of Buildings reported a total of 237 injuries and 8 fatalities between the months of January and December 2014.
A lower EMR is primarily the result of a sustained safety program.Effective safety audits and safety training programs obviously reduce risk of exposures.
by: Ashley Bowman, Assistant to Business Development Department - On July 10th, 2015, an outbreak of Legionnaires Disease officially began in the South Bronx...
by: Brandon Amato, Safety intern - How Marijuana Use and Other Illicit Drugs can Increase the Risk of a Car Crash
by Rita Valente, Director of Human Resources - You must take the necessary precautions to make sure you do not get burned, physically and mentally.
by: Jodie Lupo Business Development Manager - Proper planning from the beginning is the key to any successful project.
by: Mark Merollo, Director of Operations - Spring, what does it mean? For some people it may mean a renewed commitment to the earth, going green, LEED buildings, clean water, climate change, fresh air, and save our planet, on and on
by Sandeep Gunnala, VP of Site Safety, LLC - Eighty percent of American drivers believe hands-free devices are safer than using a handheld phone.
by: Andrey Vishev, Vice President - If you are a property manager, engineer, architect, board member, façade repair contractor, etc., then you are aware that the DOB has issued new rules for site safety management of LL11 projects that took effect on January 1, 2015.
by: Peter Amato, President - This coming spring and summer will be very busy for the real estate industry including management companies, condo associations, co-op boards, shareholders, restoration companies and even neighbors of buildings undergoing Local Law 11 (LL11) facade restorations.