OSHA New York 30-Hour Construction

New York OSHA 30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the Construction Industry.

$ 150.00 $189.00
30 hour(s)
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The New York 30-Hour OSHA Construction Outreach Course provides comprehensive site safety training to New York construction and demolition workers with site safety responsibilities or supervisory roles in the construction sector. The OSHA New York 30 construction training meets New York City Local Law 196 requirements for active voice proctored...

The New York 30-Hour OSHA Construction Outreach Course provides comprehensive site safety training to New York construction and demolition workers with site safety responsibilities or supervisory roles in the construction sector. The OSHA New York 30 construction training meets New York City Local Law 196 requirements for active voice proctored online training. The 30-Hour OSHA New York Construction provides 30 hours of NYC Department of Buildings-approved Site Safety Training (SST) required under the NYC Local Law 196 to apply for your SST card. 


Besides, the New York OSHA 30-Hour construction course is fully narrated and interactive, giving a thorough overview of OSHA standards for workplace safety, such as hazard identification, control, and preventative measures. The OSHA 30 New York construction training fosters a safe and healthy workplace environment by enabling workers to manage various jobs and tasks in compliance with OSHA standards and regulations.

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Course Outline

  • 1. Intro to Personal Safety    

  • 2. OSHA work-related injury and illness recordkeeping    

  • 3. Slips, Trips, and Falls    

  • 4. Scaffold and Crane Safety    

  • 5. Arc Flash and Electrical Safety    

  • 6. Introduction to Caught In-Between Hazards    

  • 7. Personal Protective Equipment Fundamentals    

  • 8. Hazard Communication    

  • 9. Silica Hazards    

  • 10. Hearing Conservation    

  • 11. Stairway Hazards and Mobile Ladder Safety    

  • 12. Confined Space Entry-Permit Required    

  • 13. Rigging and Conveyor Safety    

  • 14. Industrial and Office Ergonomics    

  • 15. Emergency and Fire Preparedness    

  • 16. Forklift Fundamentals    

  • 17. Powered Industrial Truck Safety    

  • 18. Asbestos and Lead Hazards Awareness    

  • 19. Formaldehyde Safety    

  • 20. Employee Safety Orientation    

  • 21. Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)    

  • 22. Workspace Cleanliness    

  • 23. Hot work    

  • 24. Heat and Cold Stress    

  • 25. Earthquake Preparedness    

Learning Objectives

  • Comprehend the importance of keeping accurate records for OSHA-related work injuries and illnesses, and identify its role in nurturing a workplace culture where safety and well-being are prioritized.
  • Inspect potential hazards linked to slips, trips, and falls and conduct proactive safety practices to decrease the rate of accidents and injuries.
  • Demonstrate a broad understanding of OSHA’s recommended safety measures to ensure arc flash and electrical safety, scaffold safety, and crane safety to lessen potential hazards and diminish instances of danger.
  • Discuss caught-in-between hazards and apply introductory techniques to evade accidents and injuries that result from such risks.
  • Learn about various personal protective equipment (PPE), including correct selection based on tasks and maintenance after usage.
  • Evaluate the hazards of silica, asbestos, and lead, and address safety measures to reduce health risks and exposure.
  • Recognize the need for hearing conservation by identifying sources of noise hazards, assessing difficulties related to stairs and mobile ladders, and implementing preventive measures and safe practices.
  • Outline site safety protocols involving risk assessment, equipment handling, and hazard communication in scenarios requiring work within permit-required-confined spaces.
  • Understand the concept of rigging and conveyor safety to ensure proper handling and execute ergonomic principles into construction environments to prevent injuries and proactively set up safe work zones.
  • Address accurate evacuation and emergency readiness procedures in case of fire incidents.
  • Gain information on forklift operations, including safety protocols and load management, and implement safety measures to ensure the safe operation and maintenance of different powered industrial trucks.
  • Recognize hazards associated with exposure to formaldehyde and demonstrate awareness of bloodborne pathogens, including transmission routes, preventive measures, and careful handling of infectious materials.
  • Learn the principles of maintaining workplace cleanliness and recognize the need to provide employee safety orientation to promote growth and an organized work atmosphere.
  • Become acquainted with safety procedures involving hot work activities and heat and cold stress indicators and implement best practices to minimize adverse health effects.
  • Address the earthquake preparedness and emergency response measures, including evacuation strategies and post-earthquake safety actions.

    Exam & Quiz Information

    A minimum of 70% score is required to qualify for the OSHA New York 30-Hour Construction course, for which you will be afforded THREE ATTEMPTS to pass the quizzes and the final exam.

    In the event of failing all three times or letting your course expire, you will be presented with a one-time use of the Course Reset Button to start over, but if it occurs the second time, you will be suspended from accessing the course and will have to repurchase the course to start your training. Upon completing the OSHA New York 30-Hour Construction training and filling in the course evaluation survey, you can print out the downloadable OSHA New York 30-Hour Construction certificate. In addition, within 90 days, you will be mailed the OSHA New York 30-Hour Construction card, also known as the DOL card, which the U.S. Department of Labor issues.


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