New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg signed Local Law 33 on July 3, 2007, addressing safety of the public and property during construction and demolition operations. The law was mandated for use by July 1, 2008. Chapter 33 of the NYC Building Code “Safeguards During Construction and Demolition” requires that a licensed site safety manager be present during construction, demolition or major facade alteration of major buildings. Site safety course is required for anyone wishing to take the Site Safety Manager Exam. Topics: 20 different topics which are addressed in Chapter 33, including administration, scaffolds, excavations, Building erection, sidewalk sheds, permits, cranes, explosive, fire and more.
Who should Attend NYC Site Safety Manager Course?
All personnel who want to take the Site Safety Manager exam and who are seeking employment as a Site Safety Manager in NYC. Regulatory Requirements: NYC Department of Buildings.