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Why Should You Take This 4-Hour Supported Scaffold User Safety Training Course?
In this 4-Hour Supported Scaffold User Safety Training course, students will learn how to properly erect and load scaffolds, prevent fall and electrical hazards, ladder safety, how to properly wear a full body harness and much more. In addition, anyone who uses a supported scaffold is required to have a Supported Scaffold User Certificate.
Supported scaffolds are one or more platforms supported by outrigger beams, brackets, poles, legs, uprights, posts, frames, or similar rigid support. This includes sidewalk bridge scaffolds, single pole scaffolds, tube and coupler scaffolds, fabricated frame scaffolds, outrigger scaffolds, needle beam scaffolds, mobile scaffolds, repair bracket scaffolds, and mast climber scaffolds that are mechanized or motorized.
The Following Topics Will Be Covered:
For New York City: Local Law 52 of 2005 requires that all workers using supported scaffolds on construction sites in New York City receive this training and get the 4 Hour scaffold card. Individuals must re-take this training course every 4 years
|Certificates||Temporary certificates are issued at the end of class; cards are issued 1-2 business days after course completion.|
|Food||Coffee, pastries, and juice are provided for full day courses and weekend training.|
25-20 Borden Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
Friday, January 22, 2021 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm
Swing Staging Training & Safety, LLC is the premier Scaffold, OSHA, and General Safety training institute, serving the tristate area as well as various locations throughout the United States and Canada. Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), Approved by the New York City Department of Buildings, combined with a team of OSHA 500 Certified Instructors that have over 100 years of experience, we provide top of the line training for a large variety of customers, such as business owners, supervisors, workers, engineers, NYC DOB licensees, etc. in the construction and industrial work force.