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OE – Workforce Development

The OSHA training for Construction Safety & Health is a requirement by the NYC Department of Building for all individuals who are working on active construction sites in the five boroughs. We designed theses courses to educate participants on identifying and removing/replacing safety and health hazards by utilizing safe work practices and following industry standards to prevent workplace injuries and fatalities.

Topics include:

  • Fall Protection
  • Electrical Safety
  • Struck-By/caught in-between hazards and more

OSHA General Industry [10hr | 30hr

The OSHA training for the General industry covers a wide range of industries, from auto-body/mechanic work to building operations & custodial services. We designed these courses to educate participants on identifying and removing/replacing health hazards by utilizing safe work practices and following industry standards to prevent workplace injuries and fatalities.

Topics include:

  • Emergency Actions plans/fire prevention and protection plans
  • Ladder safety
  • Material handling
  • Blood-borne pathogens and more

Flagging

The flagging course is a requirement by the NYS department of transit (NYSDOT) for all DOT employees, utility companies, municipalities, and contractors who are involved in the design, set-up and maintenance of highway work zones, and traffic control for construction sites. This provides a safe work area of workers on the roadway, while facilitating the safe and orderly flow of all road users (motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians, including persons with disabilities under the Americans with disabilities Act of 1990) through the work zone.

Topics include:

  • Personal protective equipment
  • Work zone traffic control
  • more

Scaffolding

The 4-hour supported scaffold training is required by the NYC Department of buildings for all individuals working on erecting and/or dismantling a scaffold in the five boroughs. The 4-hour course is designed for occupations that use supported scaffolds in NYC such as construction workers, safety inspectors, safety managers, engineers, architects, and so forth. This course explains the basic elements of supported scaffold safety and introduces strudents to supported scaffold hazards.

We emphasize the role of the scaffold user in accident prevention, which includes:

  • Scaffold inspections
  • Fall protection
  • Recoginizing hazards
  • Responding to emergencies