Title of course: 30-Hour Concrete Safety Manager Course
Course Description: Beginning January 1, 2009, a Concrete Safety Manager (CSM) must be designated on all major buildings during the concrete portion of the project. CSMs must have completed a 30-hour concrete safety manager course approved by the Buildings Department within the 5 years before registration.
Topics include but not limited to:
- Introduction to Concrete Safety Management
- Concrete Construction Site Accidents
- NYC Concrete Safety Manager Certification Requirements
- Chapter 19 Concrete
- OSHA 1926 Overview
- NYC Codes Overview
- NYC Department of Buildings Overview
- NYC Department of Transportation (DOT)
- BC Chapter 1
- BC Chapter 33
- BC Chapter 35
- NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
- Concrete Construction & Stripping Operations
- Concrete Inspection Operations
- Rigging, Scaffold, Hoisting, Lift, & Crane Operations
- Site Safety Plan Requirements for Concrete
- Safety Protocols for Concrete
- Jobsite Concrete Safety Violations
Pre-requisites: There are no prerequisites needed to attend this course however students must have a general knowledge of the NYC Building Codes. Individuals who are taking this course with the intent to apply for their NYC DOB Concrete Safety Manager license must meet certain requirements
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to but not limited to:
- Learn and apply the 2008 NYC Construction Codes, Building Code Chapter 33 §3310.9.1 Concrete Safety Manager; Local Law 40-2008 and Title 1 of Rules of the City of New York – Section 3310-02 Concrete Safety Managers
- Identify rules and regulations that were promulgated after serious concrete construction accidents in New York City.
- Demonstrate the reasons for New York City safety rules on concrete projects.
- Illustrate New York City specific hazards for concrete construction and the control methods for those hazards.
Course Materials: This course consists of several different components which include power point presentations, lecture, real life case studies, class discussion and hands on demonstration. We will provide a student manuals, Hands-on demonstration, and in-class practical exercises. Curriculum References: American Concrete Institute (ACI) Publications including ACI 318 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete.
Course Duration: 30 Hours of training (not including class breaks)
Course and attendance Policy: Students must earn a 70% or more in their final exam in order to successfully complete the course. Students are required to complete 100% of the course and actively participate in all learning activities.
For additional information please contact us at 212-683-7200 or Training@site-safety.com.