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OSHA 10 Construction
Every Other Weekend in Brooklyn
Friday, 3:30 PM - 9:30 PM
and Saturday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
for only $119 pre-paid online ticket
($130 at the door)
Classes available in all 5 Boroughs.
Earn you OSHA 10 card for the of only $119 with online registration or $130 at the door. You cannot work on a major construction site in New York City without this OSHA card. Take this engaging safety class and be qualified to work on Monday.
Price: $119 online advanced registration
$130 at the door
Schedule: Friday, 3:30 PM - 9:30 PM and Saturday, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
231 Norman Avenue, Suite 209
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(G train to Nassau Avenue)
New York Safety and Training, Inc.
A Veteran owned business. Ask about our discount pricing for U.S. military veterans.
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What Topics are covered in this OSHA 10 Class?
New York City Department of Buildings mandates that all workers at major construction sites must have had the OSHA 10-hour Construction Industry safety class within the last five years. DOBregularly visit job sites to check for OSHA cards, and any laborer without an OSHA card will be ejected from the job. Taking this course helps students to remain safety compliant and maintain their current employment or to become safety compliant as a first step towards qualifying to be hired in the construction field.
OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry – Designated Training Topics
This training program is intended to provide entry level construction workers information about their rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint as well as how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job related hazards on a job site. The training covers a variety of construction industry safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter. Training will emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention, not OSHA standards. OSHA mandates that the 10 hours of training be broken into 7 hours of mandatory topics, 2 hours of elective topics, and 1 hour of optional topics as follows:
Mandatory - 7 hours
Introduction to OSHA – 2 hours
Covers workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. It includes helpful worker safety and health resources. It also provides samples of a weekly fatality and 3 catastrophe report, material data safety sheet, and the OSHA Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses.
Fall Hazards in Construction - 1.25 hours
Coversand related fall hazards encountered on construction sites, including how to remain safe and the proper techniques to establish fall protection.
Electrical Hazards in Construction – 1 hour
Covers electrical hazards and the dangers involved with working withand circuitry within the construction field.
Struck By Hazards in Construction – 1 hour
Covers hazards on construction jobsites that relate to falling and flying objects including vehicular strikes. Emphasis is placed on recognizing the hazard and avoiding the hazard.
Caught-In-Between Hazards in Construction – 1 hour
Includes hazard awareness of trench collapse, machine guarding, and entrapment situations where workers can be caught in operating machinery or pinched between opposing objects.
Personal Protective Equipment – 1/2 hour
Covers the proper, effective use of personal protective equipment (such as, safety goggles, and gloves), including statistics of injuries related to the failure to properly use personal protective equipment.
Hazard Communication, Health Hazards, and Silica– 1 hour
Covers the proper way to label and catalogueand chemicals, such as cleaners, solvents, and paint, and how to avoid chronic exposure to hazardous substances including silica.
Elective - 2 hours The instructor will teach two to four of the following topics:
Scaffold Hazard Awareness
This topic covers scaffold hazards including falls, improper usage, improper erection, and the various safety systems to keep workers safe while using scaffolds.
Trench and Excavation Hazards
Excavation and trenching are among the most hazardous construction operations. This topic introduces learners to the hazards of trench and excavation safety as it is encountered in the construction process.
Introductory Hazard Training that refers to an area which is enclosed with limited access which makes it dangerous. Hazards in a confined space often include suffocation by un-breathable gases which may be present but not visible or submersion in liquids or free-flowing granular solids.
Ladder Hazard awareness, including how to properly select, use, and maintain ladders to ensure construction site hazards are minimized.
This topic covers the dangers associated with potential exposure to pathogenic airborne contaminants that can cause acute and chronic diseases among construction workers.
This topic teaches how the use of Ergonomics, which is fitting a job to a person, helps lessen muscle fatigue,, and reduce the number and severity of work-related musculoskeletal disorders.
This topic teaches considerations for creating, implementing, and enforcing your own workplace Safety and Health Programs.
Optional - 1 hour
There is also an hour reserved for optional safety training. We can tailor an additional topic to a specific client (such as water safety if the client is a school with a swimming pool), or what most often happens is this hour is reserved for any of the previous topics that the students are particularly engaged in and want to spend more than the allotted time on. It is often helpful for the instructor to have this hour at his or her disposal to be able to devote to any topic in which the students are especially engaged.
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New York Safety and Training
The mission of New York Safety and Training is to impact lives and enrich our community through affordable safety training and planning and to become the premier authority on occupational safety within New York’s five boroughs and beyond. Both founding partners of New York Safety and Training are veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and share a strong affinity for service. As such, we pursue relationships with Not-For-Profit organizations to help serve our communities and to provide safety training to at-risk and under-served populations; we also offer discount pricing to all military veterans with an eye toward aiding returning veterans more smoothly transition to civilian employment. We foster a corporate climate of inclusion and respect towards all of our students, clients, and associates, from all walks of life. We adhere to the tenet that there is dignity in every job, and our aim is to help make every job safe through education and planning.