What is a Concrete Safety Manager?
A New York City Concrete Safety Manager’s (CSM) role is critical in ensuring workers’ safety and compliance with local and state regulations. The responsibilities of a CSM are extensive, and their presence on the job site is necessary to prevent accidents and injuries should one arise.
CR Safety provides our clients with everything necessary to safeguard their projects and workers. The responsibilities of our licensed CSMs include:
- Supervising a Job Site’s Concrete Operations
- Coordinating with the Site Safety Manager
- Site Safety Inspections
- Safety Plan Development
- Review of Relevant Project Plans and Specifications
Concrete operations can be dangerous, and a lack of proper safety procedures and guidelines can result in serious injuries or even fatalities. CSMs help you by providing valuable insights and recommendations to improve a job site’s overall safety. A certified CSM from CR Safety can help create a safer and more productive work environment by conducting regular safety inspections, identifying potential hazards, and developing comprehensive safety plans specific to your site.
Remember, as per 3310.9, a concrete safety manager must be designated on major bldg. projects (10 stories/125 feet and greater OR 100,000 square foot footprint and greater) when the quantity of concrete used in the project is 2000 cubic yards or more.