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PLEASE NOTE: COMPLETING THIS COURSE DOES NOT CONFER ELIGIBILITY (DOES NOT QUALIFY YOU) FOR THE 4-HR SCAFFOLD USER CARD AND CAN ONLY BE USED AS CREDIT TOWARDS AN SST CARD.

This course explains the basic elements of supported scaffold safety and introduces students to the nature of supported scaffold hazards. During the course emphasis is placed on the role of the scaffold user in accident prevention, which includes scaffold inspections, fall protection, recognizing hazards, and responding to emergencies.

Course Pricing

  • $100 for

Course Length

4 Hours

Languages

English

Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP) are machines/devices intended for moving persons, tools, and materials to a working position, consisting of at least a work platform with controls, an extending structure, and a chassis. The most common examples of MEWPs include Articulating Boom Lifts, Scissor Lifts, Vertical Lifts.

MEWP is a device that enables access to hard-to-reach places by lifting a platform into the air. These devices give workers temporary access to otherwise inaccessible locations. The devices are easy to use and are typically safer to use than ladders and scaffolds. These devices are usually powered by electricity, gas, pneumatic, or hydraulic systems that power a series of supports, lifting the work platform. The purpose of the MEWP Awareness class is to review and explain basic safety rules associated with the use, operation, and inspection of MEWP units. The course curriculum includes updated ANSI A.92 Standard requirements for Mobile Elevating Work Platforms that came to life on June 1st of 2020. This awareness course is designed to help workers avoid accidents and injuries while working on or around MEWPs.

Please note that this session does not meet OSHA requirements for aerial lift operators training which must be provided by a qualified person and include specific criteria listed under ANSI 92.24 Standard.

Course Pricing

  • $150 for 1

Course Length

4 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish

Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP) are machines/devices intended for moving persons, tools, and materials to a working position, consisting of at least a work platform with controls, an extending structure, and a chassis. The most common examples of MEWPs include Articulating Boom Lifts, Scissor Lifts, Vertical Lifts.

MEWP is a device that enables access to hard-to-reach places by lifting a platform into the air. These devices give workers temporary access to otherwise inaccessible locations. The devices are easy to use and are typically safer to use than ladders and scaffolds. These devices are usually powered by electricity, gas, pneumatic, or hydraulic systems that power a series of supports, lifting the work platform. The purpose of this training is to provide students with general instructions regarding the inspection, application, and operation of aerial platforms, including recognition and avoidance of hazards associated with their operation. Students will develop the competency needed to operate MEWPs safely while also complying with the laws governing their operation.

The combination of classroom theory training and practical assessment aims to reduce the risks related to MEWP operation by teaching the fundamentals of safe operating procedures.

In order to successfully complete this training, all participants must pass a practical (hands-on) assessment on the specified equipment at the client/employer’s facility.

Pricing

Pricing for this course is determined by the number of students and the type(s) of equipment they are being trained on. Please click the Onsite Training request button or contact us at info@tscta.com for pricing details.

Course Pricing

  • $0 for

Course Length

8 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish

This instructor-led, virtual 4-Hour Supported Scaffold User/Refresher course can only be used towards the completion of your SST Training requirements.

In order to qualify for a 4-hour supported scaffold card, you must complete a minimum of one-half hour hands-on activity that can only be completed in-person. In-class instruction will resume once the COVID-19-related closures have been lifted. We apologize for any inconvenience.

This course explains the basic elements of supported scaffold safety and introduces students to the nature of supported scaffold hazards. During the course, emphasis is placed on the role of the scaffold user in accident prevention, which includes scaffold inspections, fall protection, recognizing hazards, and responding to emergencies.

Course Pricing

  • $135 for 1
  • $121.50 for 4-5
  • $114.75 for 6+

Course Length

4 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Polish

This hybrid course consists of multiple instructor-led, virtual sessions and a hands-on session; virtual sessions require access to a high-speed internet connection, a computer/tablet, and the Zoom app.

During this course, students will explore New York City Construction Codes and OSHA Regulations as it pertains to the supervision of suspended scaffolds. Participants will learn the most current suspended scaffold standards and will include guidance on how to read scaffold design drawings, how to verify the fitness of the rigging crew, properly train workers on related hazards, and also how to identify and respond to emergency situations. This course will include a hands-on portion where students will learn about and apply rope knots, terminate wire rope, build a block and tackle system, effectively install fall protection systems, and inspect/maintain different types of scaffold hoist motors.

A hands-on assessment will be made by the instructor to determine if each student is capable of performing the above-mentioned scaffolding and rigging applications. Each student is required to independently complete a multiple-choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $550 for 1
  • $495 for 4-5
  • $467.50 for 6-9
  • $440 for 10+

Course Length

32 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish

This hybrid course consists of both a virtual, instructor-led lecture and hands-on/practical component and provides students with an overview of OSHA and DOB policies, procedures, and suspended scaffold standards with a special emphasis on recognition and prevention of hazardous conditions. Some topics will include instructions on how to visually inspect suspended scaffold equipment, basic scaffold components, and methods of assembling/disassembling them. Students will also participate in hands-on exercises in which they will be responsible for presenting, building, and using various scaffolding and rigging applications.

The instructor will assess students to determine if each student is capable of applying rope knots, terminating wire rope, building a block and tackle system, and operating scaffold hoist motor and each student will independently complete a multiple-choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $400 for 1
  • $360 for 4-5
  • $340 for 6-9
  • $320 for 10+

Course Length

16 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Polish

During this course students will be discussing changes and updates to OSHA and New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) policies, procedures and supported scaffold standards. Students will also have a chance to share jobsite experiences and opinions about new supported scaffold systems and solutions. This knowledge will help workers to properly prepare for and participate in supported scaffold installation/removal process.

The instructor will assess students to determine if each student is capable of applying rope knots used to rig scaffold equipment, properly install/maintain fall protection systems, safely build supported scaffold systems and walking/working scaffold platforms and immediately prior to the end of the course, students will independently participate in a multiple choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $245.00 for 1
  • $220.50 for 4-5
  • $208.25 for 6+

Course Length

8 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Polish

Instructors will demonstrate safe methods of installation, removal and modification of different types of supported scaffolds using OSHA regulations, DOB standards and good work practice as a guide. Some topics covered during the course will include major scaffold components, importance of proper pre-planning, worker training, and how to read scaffold design drawings. Throughout the course, students will also participate in hands on exercises in which they will build and dismantle supported scaffolds, apply various knots on the rope and demonstrate ability to apply basic rigging techniques.

The instructor will assess students to determine if each student is capable of applying rope knots used to rig scaffold equipment, properly install/maintain fall protection systems, safely build supported scaffold systems and walking/working scaffold platforms and immediately prior to the end of the course, students will independently participate in a multiple choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $550.00 for 1
  • $495.00 for 4-5
  • $467.50 for 6-9
  • $440.00 for 10+

Course Length

32 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Polish

This course explains the basic elements of supported scaffold safety and introduces students to the nature of supported scaffold hazards. During the course emphasis is placed on the role of the scaffold user in accident prevention, which includes scaffold inspections, fall protection, recognizing hazards, and responding to emergencies.

Course Pricing

  • $135.00 for 1
  • $121.50 for 4-5
  • $114.75 for 6+

Course Length

4 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Polish

The purpose of this course is to help supervisors maintain adequate safety discipline on suspended scaffold projects in New York City. During this course, participants will review Federal and NYC DOB scaffold regulations, how to stay in compliance with the most current Suspended Scaffold standards, exchange their experiences and will discuss the most recent changes in the rigging industry.

The instructor will assess students to determine if each student is capable of applying rope knots, terminating wire rope, building a block and tackle system, and operating scaffold hoist motor and each student will independently complete a multiple-choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $245.00 for 1
  • $220.50 for 4-5
  • $208.25 for 6+

Course Length

8 Hours

Languages

English

During this course students will explore New York City Construction Codes and OSHA Regulations as it pertains to the supervision of suspended scaffolds. Participants will learn the most current suspended scaffold standards, and will include guidance on how to read scaffold design drawings, how to verify the fitness of the rigging crew, properly train workers on related hazards, and also how to identify and respond to emergency situations. This course will include a hands-on portion where students will learn about and apply rope knots, terminate wire rope, build a block and tackle system, effectively install fall protection systems, and inspect/maintain different types of scaffold hoist motors.

Hands-on assessment will be made by the instructor to determine if each student is capable of performing the above mentioned scaffolding and rigging applications. Each student is required to independently complete a multiple-choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $550.00 for 1
  • $495.00 for 4-5
  • $467.50 for 6-9
  • $440.00 for 10+

Course Length

32 Hours

Languages

English

Training will include instruction on how to visually inspect suspended scaffold equipment, identify basic scaffold components, and execute safe assembly and disassembly of the equipment. Students are required to participate in all class exercises, which shall include use of various types of suspended scaffolding and rigging operations.

The instructor will assess students to determine if each student is capable of applying rope knots, terminating wire rope, building a block and tackle system, and operating scaffold hoist motor and each student will independently complete a multiple choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $245.00 for 1
  • $220.50 for 4-5
  • $208.25 for 6-9

Course Length

8 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish

During this 16-hour course, students will be provided with an overview of OSHA and DOB policies, procedures, and suspended scaffold standards with a special emphasis on recognition and prevention of hazardous conditions. Some topics will include instructions on how to visually inspect suspended scaffold equipment, basic scaffold components, and methods of assembling/disassembling them. Students will also participate in hands-on exercises in which they will be responsible for presenting, building, and using various scaffolding and rigging applications.

The instructor will assess students to determine if each student is capable of applying rope knots, terminating wire rope, building a block and tackle system, and operating scaffold hoist motor and each student will independently complete a multiple choice final exam.

Course Pricing

  • $400.00 for 1
  • $360.00 for 4-5
  • $340.00 for 6-9
  • $320.00 for 10+

Course Length

16 Hours

Languages

English, Spanish, Polish