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OSHA 10 TRAINING

Time: January 5, 2012 at 9am to January 6, 2012 at 3pm
Location: 102-10 159 RD 2ND FL
Street: HOWARD BEACH
City/Town: NEW YORK NY 11414
Website or Map: http://greenjobtrainingcenter…
Phone: 718-659-1205
Event Type: training
Organized By: Green Jobs Training Center
Latest Activity: Dec 29, 2011

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This course gives an introduction to OSHA, the standards, general safety and health provisions, the general duty clause and requirements for competent persons. The course then continues with specific emphasis on the Electrical standard and Fall Protection. Topics that may also be covered as needed include Personal Protective Equipment, Tools-Hand and Power, Scaffolds, Cranes & Conveyors, Excavations, Stairways and Ladders. Upon successful completion of the course the student receives a 10 hour Construction Safety Training card which does not expire. Refresher training is recommended to maintain awareness of changes in OSHA regulations and basic competencies.

NYC requires that all construction superintendents attend the 10 hour Construction Safety Course. NYS now require that all site personnel attend the OSHA 10 hr for all State funded projects in excess of $250,000.00.

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