NYC Local Law 52 is specific to supported, or “Pipe” scaffolds. Anyone who works on pipe scaffolding regardless of the height are required to take a four hour Supported Scaffold User Course. This covers basic safety related to pipe scaffolds including fall protection, electrical hazards, inspections, protective equipment, etc. Workers will receive a Plastic Credit Card size certificate with their photo on it. This certification is good for four years. If you can’t come to us, then we can possibly bring the class to you.
Supported Scaffold Training and OSHA
Supported scaffolding training is required by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). This safety training course uses interactive platforms to educate workers ways to avoid accidental injuries and comply with OSHA training specifications. In this course become familiar with how individuals deal with the stairs, ramps, staircases and towers. They discover ways to avoid dangers to good governance.
Supported Scaffold Safety Training Course
- Supported Scaffold Safety Training – Construction Scaffolding
- Supported Scaffold – Construction Scaffolding Safety Training
- Supported Scaffold Training Course – Scaffolding Certification
- OSHA Supported Scaffolding Safety Training Course