40-Hour OSHA/SST Site Safety Training Program for Construction Workers

This package provides training for workers and employers on recognizing, avoiding, abatement, and preventing safety and health hazards in the workplace; in order to meet the Local Law 196 40-hour requirements.

Training Package Includes:

  • 30-Hour OSHA Training Card
  • 8-Hour Fall Prevention Certificate
  • 2-Hour Drug and Alcohol Awareness Certificate
  • 40 Hour Workers SST Card

In order to work at a New York City job site all construction workers MUST have this training completed. Without an obtaining the 40 Hour Training Card, workers may lose their contracted job.

  • Complete the 30-Hour OSHA Training In-person or via Zoom.
  • 10-Hour SST is Offered entirely online for your convenience.
  • Expert-led instruction in English ensures you understand essential safety protocols.
  • Learn at your own pace with flexible scheduling options.
  • Access course materials from anywhere, anytime, and complete the course at a time that suits you.
Our 30-Hour OSHA Construction Training course is designed for construction workers, site supervisors, and anyone with safety responsibilities on a construction site. This comprehensive course provides a thorough overview of occupational safety and health topics relevant to the construction industry. By the end of the course, participants will have a deep understanding of OSHA regulations and how to apply them on the job.

Course Highlights:

  • In-depth coverage of OSHA standards and regulations for construction sites.
  • Focus on major hazards in the construction industry, including falls, electrical safety, and trenching/excavation safety.
  • Interactive learning through case studies, real-world examples, and group discussions.
  • Emphasis on practical safety strategies to reduce risk and maintain a safe working environment.
  • Certified OSHA trainers with extensive industry experience.
  • Flexible scheduling options, including online and in-person sessions.

Benefits of Completing the Course:

  • Official OSHA 30-hour card upon successful completion
  • Enhanced safety knowledge to protect yourself and others on the job
  • Improved employability and career advancement opportunities
  • Access to ongoing support and resources to maintain a safe workplace
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Understand the impact of drug and alcohol use on the job and how to maintain a safe and healthy work environment. This course emphasizes the importance of awareness and preventative measures.
  • Course Focus: Understand the impact of drug and alcohol use on the job and how to maintain a safe, healthy work environment.
  • What You’ll Learn: Recognize substance abuse risks, how to prevent on-site accidents, and the importance of promoting a culture of safety.
Dive deep into fall prevention strategies, including equipment use, industry-standard practices for working at heights, and risk mitigation techniques.
  • Course Focus: Explore fall hazards and prevention strategies critical to construction site safety.
  • What You’ll Learn: Proper use of fall protection equipment, industry-standard practices for working at heights, and effective measures for fall hazard mitigation.
  • Expert Instructors: Learn from seasoned professionals with years of experience in the construction industry.
  • Hands-On Learning: Gain practical skills and experience through interactive training methods.
  • Industry-Approved Courses: Our training is recognized by industry standards and the NYC Department of Buildings.

Acquiring a license goes beyond being a mere prerequisite; it compellingly showcases your unwavering commitment to shouldering job responsibilities. This distinctly visible commitment sends a clear signal to potential employers that you approach your duties with the utmost seriousness and possess the necessary skills. If you harbor genuine passion for the security sector and aspire to carve out a truly fulfilling career in this field, obtaining a license signifies not just a step but an undeniable leap toward an exciting and rewarding journey in the security industry!

Enroll Today and Secure Your Future!

Join Tribune Training Academy  today and empower yourself with the skills, knowledge, and confidence needed to excel in the construction industry. Your success story begins with us.

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Local Law 196 required of workers at job sites that must designate a Construction Superintendent, Site Safety Coordinator or Site Safety Manager.

That is correct Temporary SST, Limited SST and SST Cards have been extended to March 2021. This does not apply to SST Supervisory cards.

Yes, SST supervisory cards are required to be present on-site.

OSHA Cards do not expire. Per LL196 these cards need to be refreshed if older than 5 years old, in order to obtain an SST Card. Once a SST Card is issued, you need not refresh the OSHA card again.

The PE can perform as an SSM as long as they have the SSM certification along with an SST Supervisory Card. All workers at a job site are required to have OSHA education.

A CS would be able to designate a Competent Person (who has an SST Supervisory Card) and indicate it in the logbook.

Tribune Affiliation

“We at Tribune Training Academy offer various Site Safety Training (SST) Courses through our partner Ablesafety Consulting, which is a DOB Approved and IACET Accredited Training School.”

Please contact us regarding Site Safety Training Card and Supervisor Site Safety Training Card at: (718) 790-2664

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