SST 2-Hour Site Safety Plan (SSP)
Learn about Site Safety Plans. Understand when a site safety plan is needed and how to follow one. Enroll now to earn credit for your SST Supervisor card.
Provider ID Number: 4T02
360training is the provider of this course. 360training is an approved provider by the New York City Department of Buildings.
Includes: Certificate of Completion
About This Course
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A recent mandate enforces that certain construction projects in NYC now require a Site Safety Plan (SSP). This is according to chapter 33 of the New York City building code.
An SSP is a plan that outlines project-specific health and safety requirements and describes how hazards and risks are managed on specific job sites. A Site Safety Plan helps keep workers safe by organizing construction operations and ensuring that property and public safeguards are in place. A SSP is the blueprint for safely completing a project.
This course teaches the following SSP fundamentals:
- why Site Safety Plans are necessary
- which projects require one
- key elements, and regulatory requirements
The course provides information on who creates the Site Safety Plan, how to follow an SSP, the requirements for becoming a certified Site Safety Manager, and more.
This course is required for earning or renewing a 62-hour Site Safety Training (SST) Supervisor card.
After completing the lessons and passing the 10-question final exam with a score of at least 75%, you receive a certificate of completion. You get three attempts to pass the final – there is a quiz you after each lesson to help you prepare.
Note, this is AWARENESS-LEVEL TRAINING ONLY and does not provide any other qualification or authorization outside of the Site Safety Training Card.
What You Get
Certificate of completion
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- Understanding the Site Safety Plan
- Reading a Site Safety Plan
- Sidewalk Sheds
- Maintenance of Traffic-Manual on Uniformed Traffic Control Devices
- Explain the necessity of using site safety plans.
- Elaborate on the logistics plans for site safety management.
- Explain regulatory requirements for site safety plans.
- Recognize the projects which require Site Safety Plans.
- Describe who creates the Site Safety Plan.
- Discuss where the Site Safety Plan must be kept on the jobsite.
- State how to follow the Site Safety Plan.
Instructor: John Rupp Jr.
Email: [email protected]