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TSC Training Academy is proud to announce our collaboration with the Subcontractors Trade Association (STA). We are equally committed to the STA’s goal of building New York better and providing the industry the tools and resources to promote safety and training among the STA’s members.

TSCTA is doing our part by offering STA members 15% off any training we offer. You can see our full list of available courses here.

The full press release from the STA is available below; for more information about the STA, click here.


STA announces collaboration with TSC to host ‘Build New York Better’ Educational workshops and offer its members additional Discounts on Services

The Subcontractors Trade Association (STA) is New York’s leading association of union subcontractors. STA proactively advocates for its members to improve and enhance their economic position in New York’s complex and changing construction industry. STA members, “Build New York Better” and can connect to the people, projects and programs that grow their business. The STA represents its members in dealing with public agencies, authorities and private developers. STA’s philosophy centers on dispute resolution without the need for litigation, and the Association has served its members for over 50 years in this area.

The STA has entered into a collaborative agreement with Total Safety Consulting, LLC. (TSC) to provide the presentation content, collateral tools, resources, and informational materials for the Educational Workshop Series; and is aimed at fostering common goals between the organizations to provide the construction industry with beneficial tools and resources they have come to expect as STA members and clients of TSC.

TSC and its affiliated companies are focused on construction safety by providing the construction industry with jobsite safety consulting, professional safety personnel, safety supplies and equipment and a full curriculum of over 75+ construction safety/general safety training classes.

Safety Supplies Unlimited, LLC. (SSU) an affiliated company of TSC will provide a 10% discount for all products and services to all STA members. TSC Training Academy (TSCTA) an affiliated company of TSC will offer a 15% discount to all STA members.

TSC safety personnel, Director of Field Operations, John Connolly and Director of Plans & Logistics, Peter Simon are industry experts that will offer guidance, suggestions and professional direction at the first educational workshop in the Breakfast Series themed, “Spotlight on Local Law 196 / OSHA Silica Standard Rule” on May 22nd at The Cohn Reznick, LLP. building located at 1301 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10019 from 8:00 AM-11:00 AM EST.

“STA is focused on providing a variety of services and programs aimed at protecting the interests of its members and advocating on their behalf,” said Hank C. Kita, Executive Director. “By collaborating with TSC, a leader in construction safety we are fostering our commitment of providing our members with the information and resources they need to navigate the complex safety challenges confronting the construction industry.”

“For more than 20 years, TSC has been committed to improving construction safety and providing our clients with our expertise to assist them in navigating the complexities of building in New York.  TSC provides innovative safety solutions, such as safety consulting, highly-skilled safety professionals, safety equipment and extensive training all aimed at making jobsites more productive by preventing injuries, accidents and eliminating the needless delays and costs caused by them,” said Jim Bifulco, Managing Member of Total Safety Consulting, LLC. “We are excited to be working with the STA and bring its members a variety of resources such as safety training, discounts on safety supplies and the Educational Workshop Series all geared at preventing injuries and accidents and making construction jobsites safer.”