Construction Realty Safety Group is a New York City construction site safety management company offering full-service construction safety solutions, including on-site, professional safety management staffing, complete and customized Plan Program Development, and all required safety training. Our certified professionals include Licensed Site Safety Managers, Licensed Site Safety Coordinators, Site Safety Inspectors, Construction Superintendents, On-Site Medic Technicians, and all required Safety Managers, Watch Persons, and inspectors. Our most vital offering, however, is our deep value of optimal client service, effectiveness, and thoroughness. We will work with you to provide the most effective service possible while keeping your workers and your project safe.
CR Safety presents a holistic approach to safety for our clients, offering integrated packages to meet regulatory requirements, insurance program (OCIP, CCIP) needs or specification requirements. Our services include Plan and Program Development, Safety Inspections, Safety Management and Safety Training. Whether it’s the Chapter 33 requirement of the NYC Building Code or OSHA 1926 requirements, the CR Safety team develops and provides all required plans and programs for our clients including site safety plan drafting, development and submittal, health and safety plans and noise mitigation plans. In addition to planning and development, CR Safety delivers certified professionals to effectively manage safety on technical and administrative levels including Site Safety Managers, Site Safety Coordinators, Qualified Persons for Site Safety, Construction Site Fire Safety Managers, Concrete Safety Managers, licensed superintendents and quality control supervisors. The CR Safety team provides everything necessary to safeguard your project and workers.
The CR Safety Blog: Matt Caruso on The Steps to a Successful TCO/TCO Renewal
Construction Realty Safety Group President Matt Caruso explains some of the most important steps to obtiaing that crucial Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) or TCO renewal.
For owners of buildings in New York City that have not yet been issued a final Certificate of Occupancy (CO), obtaining a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) is paramount to beginning and continuing their building operations. Between the extensive review process and, more recently, the bifurcation of the Building Information System (BIS) and DOB NOW, extensive follow-up and an intimate knowledge of the process is required to meet TCO goals. Read more…