32-Hour Supervisor Site Safety Training



Local Law 196 of 2017 introduced new training requirements for construction workers and supervisors. Supervisors must complete a total of 62 hours of training by December 1st, 2019 in order to qualify for a Supervisor Site Safety Training (SST) Card. The most convenient way for a worker to receive a combined 62 hours of training is to complete a 30 Hour OSHA training program, and the courses below:

  • 8-Hour Fall Prevention
  • 8-Hour Chapter 33 SSM
  • 4-Hour Supported Scaffold
  • 2-Hour Drug and Alcohol Awarenress
  • 2-Hour Site Safety Plan
  • 2-Hour Tool Box Talks
  • 2-Hour Pre-Task Meetings
  • 2-Hours of General Electives
  • 2-Hours of Specialized Electives

Note: The 32 Hours SST Package includes every course listed above besides the 30 Hour OSHA Construction Training Course. These courses may also be applied to a worker SST Card.

NYC DOB Requirement

As part of a new regulation (Local Law 196) the NYC Department of Buildings now requires that individuals receive a certain amount of DOB approved training in order to work on NYC construction projects. Among the training required for workers and supervisors is 8 hours of fall prevention training. Workers will also need a 30 hour construction training course and a 2 hour drug and alcohol prevention course to meet this requirement.



  • 100% attendance for the Fall Protection Class
  • Completion of Continuing Education and Training Registration Form
  • Active participation in all class exercises (determined by course instructor)
  • Completion of required pre-and post-quiz assessment
  • As applicable, achievement of minimum passing score on required end-of-course examination
  • Participation and submittal of end-of-course evaluation form (must provide name on form to receive credit)


Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Explain terms associated with falls in construction
  • Recognize, avoid and prevent falls hazards to minimize harm
  • Outline regulatory safety requirements associated with falls, including OSHA’s Subpart M
  • Learn how to make informed decisions when working at heights
  • Calculate fall distances for various types of fall arrest devices
  • Identify proper anchorage points