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New York City Department of Buildings Suspended Scaffold Erector/Dismantler Course

UASC-NY-129-A NYC DOB Suspended Scaffold Erector/Dismantler Course (32-Hours)

New York City Rigging Rules requires that erectors/dismantlers of a suspended scaffold complete and approved 32-hour training course.  Users will be informed of applicable OSHA and ANSI standards and how to identify hazards during inspections.  This course is designed to cover everything from the structural systems to focusing on hazards involved with the suspended system and fall protection.  Included is the OSHA 10 hour Construction course

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New York City Department of Buildings Supported Scaffold Erector/Dismantler Course

 

UASC-NY-128-A

NYC DOB Supported Scaffold Erector/Dismantler Course (32-Hours) 

 

Chapter 33 of the New York City Building Code requires anyone who has the responsibility of erecting and/or dismantling supported scaffolds more than 40 feet high to complete an approved 32-hour training course.  This course is designed to meet those requirements.  Included in the course is the OSHA 10 course.   

 

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New York City Department of Buildings Suspended Scaffold User Training

 

UASC-NY-125-A

NYC DOB Suspended Scaffold User Training (16-Hours) 

 

New York City Rigging Rule 9 requires that workers on a suspended scaffold receive a minimum of 16-hours hands-on lecture training.  Students will learn the operation of scaffold equipment such as motors, motor safety features, knot tying, fall protection, self-rescue, outrigger set up, using other rigging devices, tie-backs, and proper use of ladders.   

 

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New York City Department of Buildings Supported Scaffold Refresher Course

 

UASC-NY-124-A

NYC DOB Supported Scaffold Refresher Course (8-Hours) 

Chapter 33 of the New York City Building Code requires anyone who has the responsibility of erecting and/or dismantling supported scaffolds more than 40 feet high to complete an approved 32-hour training course.  NYC Department of Building requires that these employees must complete an 8-hour Refresher Course every 4 years thereafter.  This course is designed to meet those requirements. 

 

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New York City Department of Buildings Hoist and Hand Signals

 

UASC-NY-122-A

NYC DOB Hoist and Hand Signals (6-Hours) 

 

This course covers the New York City Department of Buildings regulations for hoist and signaling in NYC.   

 

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  • Communication with operator 
  • Regulatory requirements 
  • Safety practices 

Who Should Attend: 

Anyone who operates a hoist or gives signals to a crane operator in NYC must attend this training course. 

 

 

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