Local Law 196 of 2017 requires certain workers and supervisors to receive safety
training at construction sites that are required to designate a Construction
Superintendent, Site Safety Coordinator or Site Safety Manager. Training will be provided by private course providers approved by the Department. View our schedule to register today at www.oshamissionny.com or call directly at (929) 372-7990.
* All training must be verified before SST cards are provided.
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MAY 6, 2019
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Under the Act, the Occupational Safety and Health administration (OSHA) was created within the Department of Labor. OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and is responsible for worker safety and health protection.
Since April 28th, 1971 when OSHA was founded, it has reduced workplace fatalities by 66%. Through the standards OSHA set, including training requirements and safety standards, it has saved thousands of lives. According to OSHA, private industry construction workers had a fatality rate that was three times larger than other industries. This makes training for construction workers even more imperative.
OSHA and researchers have identified four specific hazards in the construction industry that cause a large majority of fatal injuries; in fact, OSHA's Construction Focus Four are responsible for nearly 80% of all construction site workplace fatalities.
These hazards require employers to ensure that workers are fully trained to prevent injuries and fatalities.
The Construction Focus Four are as follows:
Outreach training, along with specific on-site instruction by the employer, will help employers meet many of the required training provisions under OSHA standards.
To help workers who need OSHA training to meet these training requirements, OSHA created the Outreach training program, which was developed to promote workplace safety and health by providing access to training by OSHA-Authorized trainers.
Outreach training results in the issuance of an official Department of Labor (D.O.L.) OSHA card, also known as an OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 card. Many workers carry these cards with them on the worksite, and in some cases, there are workers who need to carry their 10-hour or 30-hour OSHA card with them at all times as mandated by their state.
OSHA Outreach 10-hour and 30-hour training courses are a fantastic way to create a solid baseline of standards training, and these courses help employers to meet these important training requirements in an efficient and controlled method. Many construction companies consider Outreach training an essential part of their safety program.