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Construction Worker

Explore CKJ Safety Training  & Construction Safety Services

"Coming together is a beginning, Keeping together is progress, Working together is success." 

  Henry Ford

Construction Workers

Our mission is to provide OSHA training and construction site safety training courses for construction industry workers and management employees.


 Come and join our fundamental NYC Department of Buildings Site Safety Training Course and OSHA Training course!  Earn your construction career enrollment qualification
 Alternative training schedules are available to you

Construction Management


Our OSHA 10 online Construction training is 100% online and covers specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the Construction Industry.


32 Hour Supervisor SST

Local law 196 of 2017 introduced new training requirements for construction workers and supervisors. Supervisors must complete a total of 62 hours of training by December 1st, 2019 in order to qualify for a Supervisor Site Safety Training (SST) Card.

Construction Workers


This fully narrated and interactive OSHA Outreach training is a comprehensive overview of standards that OSHA has set in place for job site safety.


4 Hour Supported Scaffold

4 hour scaffold training and refresher training program provides a basic explanation of supported scaffolds and supported scaffold components.


SST 40 Hour

Local law 196 of 2017 introduced new training requirements for construction workers and supervisors. Workers must complete the 40 hours of training listed below in order to qualify for a Site Safety Training Card.

Construction Project


Our mission is to provide workers with the knowledge, skills and resources they need to improve the safety of worksites nationwide.


 Local Law 196 of 2017 requires refresher training for SST cards renewal and must be taken no more than 1 year before the card expiration.

 If refresher training is not completed by the card expiration, the card is no longer eligible for renewal and the student must apply for a new SST card.

 Come and Join our fundamental OSHA Training course!  Earn your construction career enrollment qualification

 Alternative training schedules are available to you



Q: What do I need to know about New York’s new Site Safety Training (SST)  requirements?

A: In 2017, NYC DOB adopted Local Law 196, which created the new SST card requirement. As of March of 2018, all workers are required to have a 10- or 30-Hour OSHA card to work on most projects in New York City. By December 1st, 2019, they must complete 30 total hours of training to receive a Limited SST card (the 30 Hour OSHA class fulfills this requirement).  Also, by this date, supervisors must complete 62 hours of safety training to earn the Supervisor SST card. The final compliance date will be March 1st ,2021, by which time workers will need 40 hours of completed training to receive the full SST card. Contact us for more information about this developing program,  or get more update information.

Q: Do you offer classes in languages other than English?

A: Yes, we offer training in Chinese, Cantonese and Mandarins.

Q: Do you offer discounts for safety training courses?

A: At CKJ Safety, we’re always building relationships with our clients and trainees. We offer discounts to frequent clients and returning students, as well as discounts for group classes.

Q: Where are the classes held?

A: We have one classroom at our office location in Brooklyn, and the other one location is at Bay parkway Bensonhurst Brooklyn. We are always happy to organize group classes at a location of your choosing.


Q: When will students receive their training completion cards?

A: For OSHA cards, students should allow three to four weeks from the date they complete the class.

Q: What if a student needs a replacement card?

A: Call or come to our office and we will process a replacement request for you. OSHA replacement cards have a fixed fee of $50, other cards can be replaced for $25. Course completion cards will not be issued if the training took place more than three years.

Q: How will students receive their cards?

A: Cards will be mailed to the address provided by the student on their registration form, unless other arrangements have been made. If preferred, cards may also be picked up from our office.

Q: What materials are used and provided during a training session?

A: Audio and visual materials, prop models, and hands-on training equipment are utilized, along with informational hand-outs and comprehensive booklets.

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