30- Hour Concrete Safety Manager

This course is one of the requirements to become a Concrete Safety Manager.

To obtain a Concrete Safety Manager License, the applicant must complete & submit to the Licensing Unit a certificate of completion for 30 hours of training as mandated by the 2014 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

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this training course. However, students must be able to communicate with the instructor in the language that the training is provided in.

Course Materials:
This course consists of several different components including a PowerPoint presentation, lecture, case studies, class discussions and hands on demonstrations. We will provide a student manual which will include all relevant written standards

  • Introduction to Concrete Safety Management
  • Concrete Construction Site Accidents
  • Responsibilities of a Concrete Safety Manager/Certification 
  • OSHA 1926 Overview
  • NYC Construction Codes Overview 
  • NYC Department Of buildings Overview 
  • Concrete Construction & Stripping Operations
  • Concrete Inspection Operations
  • Rigging, Scaffold, Hoisting, Lift, & Crane Operations
  • Site Safety Pan Requirements for Concrete
  • Safety Protocols for Concrete 
  • Jobsite Concrete Safety Violations
  • Safe Use of Concrete Safety Problems
  • Jobsite Emergency Situations & Preparedness Procedures
Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to understand the following:
  • Navigate the New York City Department of Buildings website to select appropriate Building Codes, New York City Rules, Bulletins and applications.
  • Identify the rules and regulations that were promulgated after serious concrete construction accidents in New York City.
  • Explain the reasons for New York City safety rules for concrete projects.
  • Determine New York City specific safety issues for concrete projects.
  • Prescribe control measures for New York City safety issues for concrete projects.
  • Choose safe work practices at their construction sites based on prudent decision-making.
  • Motivate other employees to make changes to improve the safety culture of New York City.
  • Differentiate between the OSHA standards and Chapter 33 of Building Code of New York City.