Title of course: 4 Hour - Supported Scaffold
Course Description: Chapter 33 of the New York City Building Code requires anyone who works on a supported scaﬀold to complete an initial 4-hour User course and then an approved 4-hour User Refresher Course every 4 years.
Topics include but not limited to:
- Flagging operations
- Flagger location
- Temporary traffic control
- Supervisor and Flagger responsibilities
- Flagger orientation and Traffic Control Plan
- Flagging hazards (Focus four plus one)
Pre-requisites: There are no pre-requisites for the course. Students must speak the language in which the course is given.
Objectives: Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
- Identify the types, nomenclature and definitions of a scaffold.
- List and identity the different types of fall protection needed when working on a scaffold.
- Recognize the permit requirements needed in order to comply with Chapter 33 of the Building Code.
- Describe and identify common supported scaffold hazards.
- Classify the Federal and City scaffold regulations.
- Apply safe work practices at their construction sites based on prudent decision- making.
Course Duration: 4 Hours of training (not including class breaks)
Course Materials: This course consists of several different components which include power point presentations, lectures, real life case studies, class discussions and hands on demonstrations. We will provide a student manual which will include Section 3314 on Scaffolds of the Building Code.
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. Upon successful class completion, students will receive a picture ID wallet card certificate.
For additional information please contact us at 212-683-7200 or Training@site-safety.com.