10-08-2019 - Construction Site Fire Safety Manager - CSFSM - New York, NY

Training Provider: Big Apple Occupational Safety Corp.

Dates: TU Oct 08, WE Oct 09 from 4:30pm to 9:30pm

Location: New York, NY

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$255.00

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Why Should You Take This Construction Site Fire Safety Manager Course?

The Construction Site Fire Safety Manager Training (CSFSM) will fulfill the training requirements for Fire Safety Manager under the new regulation of the New York City Fire Safety Department. The training will consist of the construction site fire safety requirements and responsibilities of the fire safety manager as well as an introduction to FDNY fire code and fire code for construction sites. Construction Site Fire Safety Manager (CSFSM) is responsible for ensuring that construction, alteration, and demolition work at a construction site is conducted in compliance with the requirements of the Fire Code. Upon successful completion of the course and the examination, students will receive a certificate. The student can then file for the FDNY Certificate of Fitness. CSFSM course certificates are valid for one year.


New York City Fire Code Chapter 14 Section 1408, now requires that a Fire Safety Manager be present at construction projects that require a Site Safety Manager or Site Safety Coordinator. Any Site Safety Manager or Site Safety Coordinator designated as the Fire Safety Manager at a major building must comply with the new training requirement - Construction Site Fire Safety Manager Training.


Fire Safety Manager's Roles and Responsibilities:

  • The Fire Safety Manager shall be responsible for ensuring compliance with the requirements of the Fire Code, and the FDNY rules.
  • The Fire Safety Manager shall conduct an inspection of the construction site and all fire safety measures on a daily basis, and maintain a record in a bound log book or other approved system of recordkeeping.
  • Where fire watch services is provided, the Fire Safety Manager shall be responsible for the general supervision of the fire guards.
  • Maintain an approved pre-fire plan at construction site
  • Acquaint construction site personnel with Fire equipment and systems as per the building code rules.
  • A Construction Fire Safety Manager shall be present at the construction site at all times when construction, demolition and alteration work is being conducted.

 

FDNY Certificate of Fitness:

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has up to 1 year to submit all paperwork and fee to the FDNY. FDNY will review applications and will determine if the student qualifies for the certificate of fitness. Qualified applicants will be required to take a Computer Based Test (CBT) at FDNY headquarters.

Fee for Certificate of Fitness: $25

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites to attend the course, however there are eligibility requirements for the Examination for Certificate of Fitness for Construction Site Fire Safety Manager (CSFSM) (S-56). Applicants must satisfy at least one of the experience requirements listed below and be able to provide necessary documentation:

  • A Site Safety Manager or Site Safety Coordinator certificate issued by the Department of Buildings pursuant to BC3310.5 and Department of Buildings rule 1 RCNY 104-08; or
  • At least three (3) years of full-time experience within the last six (6) years prior to the date of the application: 
    • (1) working for a governmental agency or a construction, design or consulting firm;
    • (2) at construction sites upon which “major buildings” (as that term is defined in BC3310.2) are being constructed; and
    • (3) with responsibility for construction site safety and/or supervision of construction; or
  • At least eight (8) years of full-time experience within the past 12 years prior to the date of the application working for a governmental agency with responsibility for conducting and/or supervising fire code or fire safety inspections or enforcement; or
  • At least ten (10) years of full-time experience within the past 15 years prior to the date of the application working as a firefighter or fire officer in a paid fire department. Active FDNY employee must receive permission from NYC Conflict of Interest Board (COIB) before beginning a private employment. 

The NYC Fire Department will accept applications with satisfactory proof of documentation for pre-approval before attending the training if you are not sure of your eligibility.


COURSE LOGISTICS
CertificatesSame day as course completion for weekday classes. For weekend classes, certificates are issued the following Monday, and are mailed or students can pick them up at the training facility.
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Construction Site Fire Safety Manager - CSFSM
review userMichael B.
5 stars out of 5 stars attended on August 25, 2015
Very informed, and energetic teacher. He needs more support from the office with updated documentation, and specification... Very informed, and energetic teacher. He needs more support from the office with updated documentation, and specification changes.
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505 Eighth Ave. Suite #2305, New York, NY 10018

TU Oct 08, WE Oct 09 from 4:30pm to 9:30pm

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