Construction Site Safety Certificate (CSSC)

 

Construction Site Safety Certificate

 

The Construction Advancement Foundation’s Construction Site Safety Certificate (CSSC) Program is specifically designed to provide construction professionals with knowledge on essential areas of construction safety and health needed to help keep construction worksites injury free.  This program was developed under the OSHA Susan Harwood training grant.

How is the Construction Site Safety Certificate Program Structured?

To earn the Construction Site Safety Certificate, participants are required to complete a total of 8 courses with a run time of 8 hours each (64 total contact hours.   At the end of each 8-hour course, participants will receive a class completion certificate. Upon completion of all 8 courses, the participant will earn the Construction Site Safety Certificate confirming completion of the program.

How long will it take to complete the Construction Site Safety Certificate program?

The Construction Site Safety Certificate can be completed in as little as 2 to 4 months depending on current scheduling.  

Who should attend?

The Construction Site Safety Certificate program is designed to skilled trade persons, forepersons, superintendents, and safety personnel. 

Investment cost:

Each 8-hour course costs $100 per registrant. 

 

Click here for the CSSC Schedule for October 2022 - February 2023



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