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As of 2017, certain construction projects now require a Site Safety Plan (SSP) according to chapter 33 of the New York city building code.
An SSP outlines project-specific health and safety requirements and explains how hazards and risks will be managed on a specific jobsite. A Site Safety Plan helps organize construction operations and ensures safeguards to property and the public are in place. It's the blueprint for safely completing a project!
In this course, you'll learn the SSP fundamentals: why Site Safety Plans are necessary, which projects require one, key elements, and regulatory requirements. We'll cover who creates the Site Safety Plan, how to follow an SSP, the requirements for becoming a certified Site Safety Manager, and more.
This course is required for earning or renewing a 62-hour Site Safety Training (SST) Supervisor card.
Once you complete the lessons and pass the 10-question final exam with a score of at least 75%, you'll get a certificate of completion right away. You get 3 attempts to pass the final.
Note, this is AWARENESS-LEVEL TRAINING ONLY and does not provide any other qualification or authorization outside of the Site Safety Training Card.
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The 30 Hour Construction Outreach course is NOT equivalent to the OSHA 510 or 511 courses and will not meet the course prerequisites to take the OSHA 500 or 501 courses. You must start the course within 12 months of registration, and complete the course within 6 months of starting.
- Understanding the Site Safety Plan
- Reading a Site Safety Plan
- Sidewalk Sheds
- Maintenance of Traffic-Manual on Uniformed Traffic Control Devices
- Explain the necessity of using site safety plans.
- Elaborate on the logistics plans for site safety management.
- Explain regulatory requirements for site safety plans.
- Recognize the projects which require Site Safety Plans.
- Describe who creates the Site Safety Plan.
- Discuss where the Site Safety Plan must be kept on the jobsite.
- State how to follow the Site Safety Plan.
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