- In order to continue to operate in the City of New York, the designated construction worker is required to complete a minimum number of hours of approved site safety training and to carry site safety identification cards as proof of completion of the training (As per New York City Local Law 196 of 2017 also known as ‘LL196’ or ‘Local Law’). This course provides two hours towards the satisfaction of that requirement.
- CEUs: 0.2
- CEU Requirements: 100% attendance for the course.
- Completion of IACET Registration Form
- Active participation in all class exercises
- As applicable, achievement of minimum passing score on required end-of-course examination
- Participation and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form
- Individuals applying for a Supervisor Site Safety Training Card.
2-Hour Site Safety Plan
The course is a specialized training program designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement effective site safety plans in the construction industry. This course focuses on the importance of having comprehensive site safety plans to ensure the safety and well-being of workers on construction sites. During the course, participants will learn about the key elements of a site safety plan, including hazard identification, risk assessment, control measures, emergency procedures, and communication protocols. They will gain an understanding of regulatory requirements and industry best practices for developing site-specific safety plans that align with local regulations and project needs. The training will cover topics such as hazard recognition and analysis, developing a safety plan structure, incorporating applicable safety standards and guidelines, and engaging workers and stakeholders in the planning process. Participants will also learn about the importance of regular plan reviews and updates to adapt to changing project conditions and evolving safety requirements.
DISCLAIMER: THIS IS AN AWARENESS-LEVEL TRAINING ONLY and does not provide any other qualification or authorization outside of the Site Safety Training Card.
Language: English and Spanish.
Duration: 2 hours
Course Code: SST-301
- Understanding the Importance of Site Safety Plans: Participants will recognize the significance of having well-developed site safety plans in the construction industry to ensure the safety and well-being of workers.
- Knowledge of Regulatory Requirements: Learners will gain an understanding of the regulatory requirements and guidelines relevant to site safety planning, ensuring compliance with local regulations and industry standards.
- Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment: Participants will develop the skills to identify and assess site hazards, conduct risk assessments, and determine the level of risk associated with specific construction activities.
- Control Measures and Mitigation Strategies: The course aims to equip participants with knowledge of effective control measures and mitigation strategies to minimize or eliminate identified hazards, ensuring the safety of workers on construction sites.
- Structure and Components of a Site Safety Plan: Participants will learn about the key components of a site safety plan, including emergency procedures, communication protocols, hazard control measures, and worker engagement.
- Incorporating Safety Standards and Best Practices: Learners will understand the importance of incorporating relevant safety standards, guidelines, and best practices into site safety plans, ensuring comprehensive coverage of safety measures.
- Worker Engagement and Communication: The course emphasizes the significance of engaging workers in the site safety planning process and establishing effective communication channels for sharing safety information.
- Plan Review and Updates: Participants will recognize the importance of regularly reviewing and updating site safety plans to adapt to changing project conditions, emerging hazards, and evolving safety requirements.