Obtain a: New York City Concrete Safety Manager Registration


Step 1: Preliminary Requirements

You must meet the minimum qualifications to become a New York City Registered Concrete Safety Manager. Applicants must be:

  • At least 18 years old;
  • Able to read, write, and understand the English language; and
  • Able to provide the required documentation to verify experience in accordance with one of the qualifications below.

     

In addition, applicants must have:

  • Completed a 30-Hour OSHA course in Construction Safety and Health or Hazard Recognition; and
  • Good moral character, so as to not adversely impact upon fitness to perform the duties and responsibilities of a Concrete Safety Manager;

     

Step 2: Applying For Registration

Applicants must meet one set of qualifications listed in the following table:

Requirements Documentation
A
  • Be a New York State Licensed Professional Engineer or Registered Architect;
  • Have within the ten (10) years prior to the date of application, five (5) years of experience in concrete operations, at least one (1) year of experience in concrete operations where the concrete portion of the project(s) involved at least 2,000 cubic yards of concrete
  1. Current certification as a New York State Licensed Professional;
  2. Certificate of completion of the required training courses;
  3. Documentation to verify all years of experience as detailed in STEP 2 below; and
  4. Additional documentation as specified in STEP 2 below.
B
  • Have within the ten (10) years prior to the date of application, five (5) years of experience in concrete operations, at least four (4) of which were in concrete operations where the concrete portion of the project(s) involved at least 2,000 cubic yards of concrete.
  1. Certificate of completion of the required training courses;
  2. Documentation to verify all years of experience as detailed in STEP 2 below; and
  3. Additional documentation as specified in STEP 2 below
C
  • Has a bachelor's degree in engineering or an appropriate engineering technology from an accredited college or university;
  • Have within ten (10) years prior to the date of application, five (5) years of experience in concrete operations, at least three (3) of which were in concrete operations where the concrete portion of the project(s) involved at least 2,000 cubic yards of concrete
  1. School transcript sent directly from the institution  where degree was obtained;
  2. Certificate of completion of the required training courses;
  3. Documentation to verify all years of experience as detailed in Step Two below; and
  4. Additional documentation as specified in Step Two below.
D
  • Is a certified site safety manager;
  • Have within ten (10) years prior to the date of application, five (5) years of experience in concrete operations, at least two (2) of which were in concrete operations where the concrete portion of the project(s) involved at least 2,000 cubic yards of concrete
  1. Current site safety manager certification card;
  2. Certificate of completion of the required training courses;
  3. Documentation to verify all years of experience as detailed in Step Two below; and
  4. Additional documentation as specified in Step Two below.

 

Once you have verified that you meet one of the above requirements, submit your LIC2 application and LIC34 form (if needed), to ConcreteSafetyRequests@buildings.nyc.gov. Once your application has been reviewed, you will be emailed instructions on when to come in to apply for the registration.  Mailed applications will not be accepted.

You will receive an email notification from the Licensing & Exams Unit directing you to submit the below original documentation in-person to the Department’s Licensing Unit, Monday through Friday, from 9:00am to 12:45pm.  

Licensing & Exams Unit Contact Information
NYC Department of Buildings
Licensing & Exams Unit
280 Broadway, 1st floor
New York, NY 10007

You must submit the following original documentation:

  • Typed LIC2 and LIC4 application forms;
  • Email stating you may submit your application to Licensing & Exams from ConcreteSafetyRequests@buildings.nyc.gov.
  • 30-Hour Concrete Safety Manager course certificate;
  • LIC50 or LIC51 application
    NOTE: Applicants with a home address outside of New York City’s five (5) boroughs must complete the LIC50 Authorization for Service of Process by Agent. Applicants may also fill out the LIC51 Voluntary Authorization for Service of Process by Email even if they reside within the City of New York.
  • 30-hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health card;
  • NYC Buildings' Experience Verification Forms located on the Department website, to be completed by supervisors/managers/contractors who are verifying your work experience
    Note: If you are self-employed, Experience Verification Forms should be completed by your clients/contractors or others who hired you and who can verify your work experience. If you are self-employed or if you have missing/insufficient documents, additional information will be requested from you.
  • Social Security History of Earnings for the years you are claiming as experience - This is not the Social Security Statement;
    NOTE: There is a fee required by the Social Security Administration for this service. You must request the report to be run by ‘company name.’ You may request the information by mail or in-person (ordinarily you can receive this instantly in-person).  Visit (http://www.ssa.gov/online/ssa-7050.html) for more information.
  • Union extracts for the years you are claiming as experience, if you are a union member;
  • Original Driver license, learner permit ID card, current passport or alien registration card with photo (green card);
  • Original Social Security card;
  • Original proof of home residence (utility bill, lease or deed, bank statement);
  • $150.00 application fee.

Step 3: Registration Approval

Once all documentation is submitted and approved, you will receive your Concrete Safety Manager registration number and photo registration card.

For more information, visit the Licensing page located in the Industry section of the Department’s website.

 

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