Site Safety Plan
NYC DOB Site Safety Plan
Every day counts when owners want to get their properties occupied. NYC is densely populated, have large number of high-rise buildings, and are in close proximity between other buildings. Protection of public and adjoining properties while performing construction operations such as mobilization of heavy equipment , materials logistics and safeguarding job site as per changing NYC rules and regulations is a challenging job. In simple words doing construction in densely populated city poses more safety risk to the public , property and construction crew. Having a site safety plan in place which is drafted as per NYC building code and accurately identifying the potential safety hazards present at the site can help to mitigate these safety risks during construction operations.
ESNYC is a New York safety consultant company that works with builders from start to finish in order to achieve the safety goals. We develop the plans keeping in view of the construction schedule of the contractor and integrate with overall construction operation schedule. Our proven process gets our clients the permits they need in a fair period of time so that construction projects are not delayed.
Our Three steps procedure
Process starts with surveying the site. All the necessary items required to be identified on the site safety plans needs to be documented. Identification of any potential hazards are observed and noted to be addressed on the site safety plans. Some of the required items which must be identified on the site safety plans are as under. Please note that we follow precisely the requirement set forth by NYC DOB in order for the quick approval of the plans. Before our clients can break ground, a Site Safety Plan must be approved to get the required permits. We work closely with our clients to assess and gather all the information needed to prepare highly-detailed plans that meet or exceeds the requirements of Chapter 33 of the NYC Building Code:
It is the requirement of NYC Building department that a site safety plan must be approved by the department before any work permit can be issued to the contractor to start the work at the site. We can provide to our clients Site Safety Logistics Plans and Phased Site Safety Plans. We work closely with our clients to assess and gather all the information needed to prepare highly-detailed plans that meet requirements indicated in Chapter 33 of the NYC Building Code, including:
The client is given a detailed 2D, 3D, animated demo and often a 3D printed model of the building and its surroundings to view the safety plan from every angle.
Once the safety plans are approved and construction begins, We can provide a dedicated, licensed Site Safety Managers who are responsible for implementing, monitoring and enforcing the safety of the construction site.
Licensed Site Safety Managers are required to oversee safety on NYC construction sites when the building is 15 stories or higher and a Licensed Site Safety Coordinator is required when the building is between 10 and 14 stories.
Our staff of certified and or licensed safety professionals who are the link between state/local agencies and contractors. Our highly skilled and qualified staff are responsible for: