Sudden Safety Consultants
2473 Frederick Douglas Blvd
(btwn 132nd & 133rd Streets)
New York, NY 10027
PHONE: (646) 797-9481
FAX: (866) 277-9342
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OSHA 10 Hour Training is a 10-HOUR CLASS CONDUCTED OVER TWO-DAYS. YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS TO RECEIVE AN OSHA CARD. The 10-hour program is intended to provide a variety of training in Construction Safety and Health to entry level workers, therefore, the emphasize is on hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not OSHA standards.
All courses must be paid ONLINE or IN PERSON in advance of training. Students who complete the course shall receive an IMMEDIATE Temporary Certificate of Completion which can be used at all jobsites until the Official OSHA 10 Hour card arrives via USPS. Students MUST attend all class hours in order to receive a Temporary Certificate of Completion.
Course Duration: 10 Hours
Prerequisite: Passport or Government I.D. Required
Current Fee: $125 in advance - $150 at door
NOTE: In our attempt to diminish FRAUD and provide a professional looking product, Sudden Safety Consultants applies photos to all OSHA10 cards. Each participant must bring one ID size photo, which can be purchased at ANY Walgreen, Rite Aid, CVS, Duane Reade, etc..., to be applied to the final card.
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Sudden Safety Consultants is a subsidiary of New Millinneum Builders, LLC
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This OSHA10 course develops one's ability to recognize and report general construction hazards and assist in the application of safety techniques. We discuss:
1. Introduction to OSHA – History, Purpose, Investigations, Records and Reporting
2. Focus Four Hazards
Fall Protection – Subpart R (e.g. PFAS, housekeeping, slips & falls)
Struck by – Subpart H (e.g., falling objects, trucks, cranes)
Caught in/between – Subpart P (e.g., trench/excavation hazards),
Electrical – Subpart K
4. General Safety and Health Provisions – Subpart C
5. Health Hazards – Subpart Z (e.g. Hazardous Materials, SDS, Silica Dust)
6. Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment – Subpart E
7. Hand & Power tools – Subpart I
8. Stairs & Ladders – Subpart X
9. Materials Handling – Subpart M
....and more topics as determined by OSHA.