As a requirement of the New York City Department of Business (DOB) Local Law 196 of 2017, workers at most major construction sites must be able to show that they have completed OSHA 10 training within the previous five years. On December 1, 2019, workers will be required to have 30 hours of training. By 2020, workers at job sites that require a Site Safety Plan (which includes sites that must designate a Construction Superintendent, Site Safety Coordinator, or Site Safety Manager)must receive 40 hours of training.
Who needs Training:
Supervisors (SiteSafetyManagers, Site Safety Coordinators, Concrete Safety Managers, Construction Superintendents, and competent persons) must receive 62 hours of training.
New entrants to the construction workforce may begin working upon completion of an OSHA 10 training course and within six months must obtain 40 hours of training to continue working.
NOTE: delivery persons, flagpersons, professional engineers, registered architects, special inspectors, workers at job sites that only include minor alterations or the construction of new 1-,2-, or 3- family homes do not require training.
Actions for GoContractor General Contractor Administrators to Report on Training:
These steps will allow you to report on the needed information in the event of an inspection of your worker's training and certificate requirements.
- Run/Download a report to keep a record of workers Course History. | How-to Video
- View/Download a worker's card(s) when needed for inspections. | How-to Video
- Access/Print workers training certificate for record-keeping. | How-to Video
Attached are the LL196 details and contacts should you have further questions. GoContractor does not set or manage these requirements and can only provide options to ensure proper reporting and tracking is available: