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OSHA Training In New York

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The New York Public Employee Safety and Health Act (PESH), which includes a series of comprehensive Rules and Regulations for public sector organizations and employees, is mandatory in New York as one of the 26 States with its own State Plan. Public Employee Safety and Health manages the Standards under the direction of the New York Department of Labour (PESH).

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OSHA Training Regulations You Need To Know For New York

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A few PESH Standards that all employees in the public sector are obligated to follow are listed below:

 

  • Permissible Exposure Limits 12 NYCRR Part 800.5
  • Toxic Substance training, education and information 12 NYCRR Part 820 
  • Emergency Escape and Self-Rescue Ropes and System Components for Firefighters 12 NYCRR Part 800.7 is relevant unless the cities have less than 1 million residents.
  • Workplace Violence Prevention 12 NYCRR Part 800.6 

 

All employees in private companies must follow the Federal OSHA Rules and Standards because there are no particular Standards established for businesses in the private sector.

 

Although OSHA Outreach Training is optional, entry-level workers, managers, supervisors, and construction workers should complete it per state plans and laws.

 

All New Yorkers employed in construction and demolition who do not hold managerial positions must obtain their Site Safety Training Card (SST Card) or OSHA 30 Card per Local Law 196. The individuals with supervisory positions must complete 62 hours of site safety training.

 

Also, every individual in construction who is part of a contract worth more than $250,000 must have an OSHA 10 Card, as stated in New York Labor Law 220-H. Workers in small renovation and repair projects close to or outside a city are subject to the law.

 

Last but not least, the State Plan of New York mandated that employees refresh their training in NYC OSHA Site Safety every five years.

How Can OSHA Safety Training Benefit You?

Employees who complete OSHA Site Safety training courses have the edge over other non-certified workers since they are shielded from OSHA's harsh fines, as do their managers. Working under OSHA Training Standards has a lot of advantages, including:

 

  • The likelihood of equipment damage and product loss reduces.
  • The work culture becomes safe and secure.
  • The performance of workers' upgrades and medical expenses lessen.
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