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Spanish NYC 16 Hour DOB Approved Rigger Worker

Descriptions

This Spanish NYC 16-Hour DOB Suspended Scaffold User Training Course is for all workers using or operating suspended scaffolds during construction, renovation or maintenance of a building exterior. It is not applicable to any apparatus under the jurisdiction of the New York City’s Elevator Division.

**All course materials and presentations will be in Spanish.**

Training includes a combination of instruction and hands-on assessment

As part of this NYC 16-Hour DOB course, students will be provided with an overview of OSHA and DOB policies, procedures, and suspended scaffold standards with a special emphasis on recognition and prevention of hazardous conditions. Some topics will include instructions on how to visually inspect suspended scaffold equipment, basic scaffold components, and methods of assembling/disassembling them. Students will also participate in hands-on exercises in which they will be responsible for presenting, building, and using various scaffolding and rigging applications.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Communicate the difference between the FDNY standards, OSHA standards and Chapter 33 of the Building Code.
  • Determine NYC specific fire safety issues.
  • Apply all construction site fire safety requirements, as set forth in 3 RCNY 1401-01(c).
  • Identify the construction site fire safety manager requirements and responsibilities.
  • Apply safe work practices by complying with the NYC Fire Code and Fire Department Rules.

Agenda

This 8-Hour Site Safety Manager Refresher Training course will cover the following topics:

  • Compare roles and responsibilities of NYC DOB licensed site safety professionals.
  • Determine job safety protocols during construction and demolition operation in NYC that protect the employees, public and property.
  • Differentiate between OSHA Standard and New York City DOB Chapter 33 regulations.
  • Define site safety plan requirements.
  • Understand how to use tools safely on the jobsite.
  • Analyze jobsite safety violations and emergency situations.

Assessment

Attendees will be required to attend full learning hours. Students are required to achieve a minimum passing score of 70% on the exam to receive the course completion certificate and verification letter.

Who should attend

Any individuals with experience supervising construction or fire safety activities, or who have worked as a firefighter or officer in a paid fire department.

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