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*** WEATHER ADVISORY *** DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS ADVISES PROPERTY OWNERS, CONTRACTORS, & CRANE OPERATORS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES DURING HIGH WINDS WARNING DOB Weather Advisory for July 17 2018 The New York City area may experience wind gusts up to Read more…


About the Excavation Safety Alert Contractors are required to dig safely at all times to protect underground critical facilities by following requirements outlined in the Protection of Underground Facilities Act (16 NYCRR Part 753), also known as Code 753. Under Read more…


About OSHA Training Since the 1970s, OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) has worked to reduce workplace injuries and fatalities through training and safety standards. Many of these standards specifically require employers to ensure that workers are trained on Read more…


OSHA Local Law 196

The DOB has finally put out the curriculum which outlines the rest of the courses that workers/supervisors would need to complete to comply with LL196 and obtain their SST cards by 2019. Print and review the law Bsafe Training can Read more…


Top OSHA Stories June 2018 Labor Secretary Speaks Out on Trench Safety U.S. Secretary of Labor R. Alexander Acosta recorded Public Service Announcements to address the increase in preventable trenching- related fatalities. Recorded in both English and Spanish, the PSAs Read more…


2018 OSHA 10 Hour Safety Training Requirements Beginning March 1, 2018, many building construction workers must have 10 hours of safety training. Pursuant to Local Law 196 of 2017, by that date,you must be able to show that you have Read more…


Bsafenyc what happens without OSHA

Have you ever seen a construction site in Hong Kong, China? We recently took a trip to Hong Kong and were amazed to see hundreds of construction workers, climbing, hanging from, and installing bamboo scaffolding. Asian countries have been using Read more…


NYC DOB Active Sidewalk Shed Map NYC DOB Active Sidewalk Shed Map is updated daily – click the map to drill down to the areas. Click Here for the Active DOB Sidewalk Shed Map