Menotti Enterprise, LLC. - NYC Safety & Management

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Menotti Enterprise LLC 
Building A Safer Tomorrow, Today ©

As part of our mission to save lives and standards for all, Menotti Enterprise offers training courses to New York City construction workers. Whether you are personally trying to improve your resume or you are looking to reduce occupational errors while promoting safety on your job site, we've got you covered. We are dedicated to not only just training our students to meet standards - we help them understand how to embed this knowledge into every aspect of work life. Our courses are drawn from our expertise and years of experience. When you and your team members take our courses, you can rest assured that you are receiving the best training possible simply because you are learning it from experts in construction that know how to "BUILD" safely. 

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4-Hour Covid19 Site Specific Compliance Officer - English

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Price: $250.00
20 Seats Available

Course start date: September 23, 2020 (11:00 AM) 1 other classes available

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Day 1
Sep 23, 2020
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

10-Hour Worker SST Bundle - Evening Classes - English

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Price: $200.00
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Course start date: September 23, 2020 (4:30 PM)

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Sep 23, 2020
4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Day 2
Sep 24, 2020
4:30 PM - 9:30 PM

10-Hour Worker SST Bundle - Evening Classes - Spanish

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Price: $200.00
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Course start date: September 23, 2020 (4:30 PM)

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Day 1
Sep 23, 2020
4:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Day 2
Sep 24, 2020
4:30 PM - 9:30 PM

2-Hour COVID-19 Construction Industry Awareness - English

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Price: $100.00
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Course start date: September 24, 2020 (1:00 PM)

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Sep 24, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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Courses

The OSHA 30-Hour Construction Industry training course is our most thorough and extensive training for workers and supervisors in the construction industry.
The OSHA Ladder Safety training course teaches students about how to safely use different types of ladders in different working environments.
For those in need of a basic overview on construction safety, the OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Course is perfect for going over important practices of occupational health and safety, recognizing work hazards, and training on awareness of work hazards.
In the OSHA ergonomics training course, students will learn about the importance and application of ergonomics in the workplace.
In the OSHA Fall Protection training course, employers and supervisors will learn how to protect their employees from serious injuries from falls in the workplace.
In the OSHA training course on scaffold safety, supervisors and employers will learn about the safety requirements for different types of scaffolding in order to keep their employees safe.
In the OSHA Personal Protective Equipment training course, students will learn how to keep themselves and their employees safe from hazards by implementing the use of personal protective equipment or PPE.
Safely navigating and identifying potential hazards in a confined space is important for the safety of you and your workers.
Enroll in the OSHA Globally Harmonized System training course to learn about the importance of consistent labeling and information given for hazardous chemicals and environments.
Lead exposure can cause serious illness, which is why going through the OSHA Lead Awareness training course is vital for the health and safety of you and your employees.
This course will teach concrete safety supervisors about the rules and regulations for concrete pouring in New York City, go over control measures for safety issues, and explain the difference between OSHA standards and Chapter 33 of Building Code of New York City.
This training course will review the rules and regulations of Chapter 33 of Building Code of New York City, as well as go over safe work practices and control measures for concrete safety managers.
During the 40-Hour Site Safety Manager training course, students will learn about the potential hazards or working construction in New York City, as well as specific methods and work practices that will keep them safe in an urban construction environment
The 2-Hour Site Safety Plan (SSP) training course brings awareness to construction workers about the different requirements for a site safety plan (SSP).
The focus of the 2-Hour Drug And Alcohol Awareness training course is to address the issue of substance and alcohol abuse within the construction industry. Students will learn about safety and productivity hazards caused by drug and alcohol use on the work site.
In this SST course, students will learn about the importance of pre-task meetings on the jobsite. In the 2-Hour Pre-Task Meeting training course, students will learn the importance of communicating job hazards to their employees and developing a safe work plan.
This 2-hour SST course will go over the importance of holding daily toolbox talks and effective ways to improve them.
The 8-Hour Fall Prevention training course required for SST course covers health and safety regulations that help prevent falls in the construction industry.
This SST course will review the importance of safety practices in and around different types of scaffolding.
In order to renew your Site Safety Manager (SSM) or Site Safety Coordinator (SSC) license, you’ll need to take the 8-Hour Chapter 33 training course. This course will review Chapter 33 of the Rules of the City of New York in order to maintain site safety for a construction site.
1-Hour Electrocution Prevention training course will teach students to recognize potential electrical dangers, how to avoid them in order to prevent electrocution, and safety measures that can be taken to minimize the hazard risk.
1-Hour Fire Protection And Prevention training course will describe the different types of fires and how to extinguish them safely to prevent damages and injuries on the work site.
This 1-Hour First Aid And CPR training course will cover the importance of having a first aid kit on hand at all construction sites in case of an emergency, describes the legal issues of applying first aid, goes over the required components of a first aid kit, and describes when and how to administer cardio-pulmonary resuscitation or CPR.
In this SST course, students will learn about proper lifting and handling techniques for different types of heavy materials.
As a construction worker, it’s important to understand how to prevent fire hazards, fall hazards, struck-by hazards, and control pests. In order to do this, workers must learn how to safely handle, store, use, and dispose of different materials.
The 1-Hour Protection From Sun Exposure covers the different dangers related to heat and sun exposure, as well as how to prevent these dangers.
The 1-Hour Repetitive Motion Injuries training course teaches about what repetitive motions are and the consequences of them.
This SST course covers the different hazards associated with using stairways and ladders, and how to prevent different types of injuries from them.
In this SST course, students will learn to recognize hazards and how to safely use a variety of hand and power tools. Students will learn about the potential injuries and health conditions caused by the misuse of different tools, and how to properly use and store tools to prevent accidents.
In this specialized elective SST course, students will learn about the health effects of exposure to asbestos and lead in the workplace; how to recognize locations on the construction site that have materials that contain asbestos and lead; how to avoid exposure to asbestos and lead; and about other safety precautions.
In this SST course, students will become familiar with different types of confined spaces and permit-required confined spaces.
n the 1-Hour Concrete And Masonry Construction training course, students will learn about the different processes involved in casting concrete, different hazards associated with casting concrete, and how to avoid health issues from working with concrete.
The 1-Hour Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors training course is designed to inform students of the different components of cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators, and conveying systems.
During the 1-Hour Demolition Safety training course, students will learn about the different hazards associated with demolition activities, how to recognize signs of these hazards, the different methods and practices for demolition activities, as well as the required safety protocols to keep the environment free from hazards to avoid injury.
In this specialized elective SST course, students will learn about how the human body interacts with and uses equipment, moves materials, and performs different tasks on the job site.
If your construction team works on excavation or underpinning activities, it’s important for them to understand the different terms associated with the activities.
In the 1-Hour Flag Person training course, students will learn the differences and similarities between a flagger (flag person) and a spotter.
The 1-Hour Job Hazard Analysis training course is perfect for learning about a variety of potential hazards on the construction site.
Students of the 1-Hour Personnel Lifts / Aerial Lifts / Scissor Lifts Safety training course will learn about the different types of personnel lifts and the hazards associated with them.
In the 1-Hour Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment And Marine Operations; Rollover Protective Structures And Overhead Protection; Signs, Signals, And Barricades training course, students will learn about different types of mechanized equipment, terms associated with the equipment, and safety controls they should use when operating such equipment.
In the 1-Hour Risk Assessment And Accident Investigation training course, students will learn about the difference between an accident and an incident, what a near miss is, the signs of a deficient observation, identify direct and indirect causes, assess contributing factors, discover the root causality, discuss the “tempting but,” review objectivity versus subjectivity, and go over proactive and reactive decision-making.
This 1-Hour Scaffolds – Suspended training course is an awareness course designed to teach students about the hazards associated with suspended scaffolds, as well as the health and safety requirements that they must follow in order to work on suspended scaffolding.
In this specialized elective SST course, students will learn about the general terms and processes for steel erection, as well as potential hazards associated with the activity.
In the 1-Hour Welding And Cutting training course, students will learn to recognize different welding and burning activities, and related safety components; how to recognize potential health and safety hazards related to welding and burning activities; how to avoid health and safety hazards; how to prevent and control health and safety hazards; as well as safety requirements and processes associated with welding and burning activities.
In the 1-Hour Health And Safety Programs In Construction training course, students will become familiar with the different Health And Safety Programs or HASP.
If you’re trying to improve your leadership skills, then the 2.5-Hour Foundations For Safety Leadership training course is the perfect way to improve your leadership techniques.
This Course will go over changes and updates to OSHA and DOB policies,procedures and supported scaffold standards
The 4-Hour Supported Scaffold User & Refresher Course covers the basics elements of supported scaffold safety.
The 16-Hour Suspended Scaffold User Training Course will provide a overview of OSHA and DOB policies,procedures,and suspended scaffold standards, which will cover prevention of hazardous conditions.
32-Hour Suspended Scaffold Supervisor Training Course will go over New York City Construction Codes and OSHA Regulations as it pertains to the supervision of suspended scaffolds.
Students will be taught safe methods of installation, removal and modification of different types of supported scaffolds using OSHA regulations and DOB standards.
Students will receive instruction on how to visually inspect suspended scaffold equipment,and recognize basic scaffold components, and safely assemble and disassemble the equipment. Students must and are required to participate in all class exercises.
This course will review Federal and NYC DOB scaffold regulations in order to stay up to date on the most current Suspended Scaffold standards,exchange their experiences and will discuss the most recent changes to the rigging industry.
The OSHA Asbestos Awareness training course will teach about how to identify environments that contain asbestos and cautionary measures that should be taken to avoid exposure and contamination.
The 8-Hour Site Safety Coordinator training course is a great way to learn more about the common causes of construction accidents, go over recent changes in NYC Fire and Building Codes, and go over safeguards employed during construction or demolition in New York City.
OSHA health and safety regulations for gas work, the NYC Construction Codes Overview and NYC Department of Buildings Overview, as well as gas testing, leak detection, FDNY emergency response
The 1-Hour Hoisting And Rigging training course teaches students about different terms and various equipment used during hoisting and rigging operations
The 4-Hour Fall Prevention training course required for SST course covers health and safety regulations that help prevent falls in the construction industry
This 4 HR SST Elective Bundle #2: General - 1HR - Fire Prevention, 1HR - Material Handling Specialized: 1HR - Asbestos and Led, 1HR - Flagger
This Bundle offers four NYC Buildings approved SST Courses.
*Designed for students who already have 40HR Site Safety Course
This 32 Hour course is required by the DOB to if you are or want to become a supervisor in the construction field. The following training is included in this course:
This 32 Hour course is required by the DOB to if you are or want to become a supervisor in the construction field. The following training is included in this course:
Workers will need a minimum of 30 hours of OSHA Training from the date of December 1, 2019. In addition, workers will need an additional 10 hours of Site Safety Training by September 1, 2020.
Workers will need a minimum of 30 hours of OSHA Training from the date of December 1, 2019. In addition, workers will need an additional 10 hours of Site Safety Training by September 1, 2020.
Construction Site Fire Safety Manager - FDNY
This two hour class covers the essentials that construction personnel need to be aware of when it comes to stopping the spread of COVID-19.
This four hour class covers the new set of responsibilities that have become part of the site safety officers evolving role due to the impact of COVID19.