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In the midst of this rapidly changing COVID-19 crisis, TSC prides itself on being able to provide its clients the latest and most relevant safety solutions to ensure our clients’ services and operations are safe and are uninterrupted.
To request more information or a proposal, please contact our Client Services Team below or send us an email at TSCReadyToAssist@totalsafety.org
Cell: (201) 437-5150 extension 238
NYC DOB Licensed Site Safety Manager/Coordinator: In NYC on any building to be built or demolished greater than 10 stories / 125 feet at all work time days and hours to oversee protection of public and property.
Construction Site Fire Safety Manager: In NYC when a new building or demolition is over 250 feet or 20 stories to authorize hot work operations and enforcement of placement-storage and maintenance of flammable/combustible material and site wide fire protection devices. Required at all times when the LSSM is on site. Our retired FDNY and NYPD professionals provide greater peace of mind for a client’s job site.
Licensed Site Safety Manager acting as a Construction Site Fire Safety Manager: In NYC, where a new building greater than 10 stories or 125 feet high however when less than 250 feet or 20 stories is being erected or demolished. The LSSM-CSFSM conducts all aspects of safety enforcement for both fire safety and construction/demolition safety.
Fireguards for cutting, burning, welding operations: An FDNY certified professional designated to oversee hot work operation and manage and record, in a bound log, local and peripheral areas during hot work and at least 30 minutes after a specific hot work operation is completed.
Concrete Safety Manager: In NYC, a separate safety professional required to maintain related concrete pour, stripping operation safety protocol and enforcement of perimeter protection devices on a project where more than 2000 cubic yards of concrete will be poured in place.
Qualified Safety Professional: A safety professional with an array of on-site construction safety professional experience and safety training to oversee miscellaneous alterations and a variety of different construction/demolition projects.
Rigging Foreman to oversee hoisting and rigging operations: A safety professional that is designated and documented by a NYC Licensed Rigger based on experience in hoisting of material and regimented training requirements of the NYC DOB.
Security Guard/ID Badging: A NY state certified professional on-site to manage verification of site entry and documenting NYC DOB required training and site specific orientations.
Competent Watchperson: An FDNY and NY State certified professional required on site after work is completed to maintain fire safety, accessible exit, perimeter safety and site security.
Pedestrian Traffic Manager: A 5-year experienced trained flag person or retired police professional that is on-site to manage the traffic and pedestrian control plan along with flag persons, motor traffic and pedestrian passage during deliveries and unloading of material on a construction site near or at a major thoroughfare.
Flag Person: A trained safety professional who will enhance public protection and oversee the pedestrian and traffic control during the hoisting and lowering of materials and deliveries at any site or civil roadway project.
Onsite EMT for new worker orientations, first aid, drug and alcohol testing: A trained professional providing a service to manage incoming staff to verify training certificates and site expectations. Also attend to minor injuries and triage other types of injuries and illnesses. In addition, capable of conducting testing of workers to detect the use or influence of mind-altering substances and alcohol.
Confined Space Entry Attendant: A specifically trained safety professional required to control and record access into a specific work area that is limited in access and potentially hazardous, however prepared to gain the means for possible rescue.
Environmental/EH&S Consultant to perform noise and air quality testing: A trained safety professional who, with calibrated equipment, can verify gas(es) detection of the atmosphere and ambient noise level and subsequent means to alleviate.
Certified Safety Professional: A nationally certified safety professional who can assess and manage safety and health on any type of construction, civil or environmental project.
Certified Health Safety Technician: A nationally certified safety professional who can assess and manage safety and health on any type of construction, civil or environmental project.
Lift Director: A NYC required and specifically trained-experienced safety professional who will oversee all ancillary aspects of any type of crane set up, use and relocation on any type of construction project.
QPSS: A multi trained safety professional who will oversee all site safety management and administrative safety enforcement, in lieu of a LSSM, on a major building façade restoration project.
Site Safety Plan Development: Required by NYC Building Code and various regulatory entities.
Tenant Protection Plan Development: Required by NYC Building Code and various regulatory entities.
DOT Plan Development: As required by NY State DOT & NYC DOT for DOT permit issuance.
3D Modeling/Revit Plan Development: Creation of site safety or other protection plans in Revit or Hybrid 2D/3D format.
Fire Safety Plan as per NYC DOB Requirements: As required by NYC Fire Code.
Noise Mitigation Plan as per DEP Requirements: As required by Citywide Construction Noise Mitigation rules.
FDNY Permit Expediting: Including FDNY variances, Emergency Action Plans & Miscellaneous FDNY site permits.