Rule status: Adopted
Effective date: February 25, 2023
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Adopted rule summary:
The Department of Buildings hereby adopts amendments to its rules regarding construction superintendents, site safety and concrete safety managers.
Comments are now closed.
Online comments: 4
Allan M. Paull
This proposed amendment will increase the pool of qualified people that can register as Licensed Construction Superintendents. Section 3310-02 of Chapter 3300 of Title 1 of RCNY, paragraph (f)(2) already allows a Concrete Safety Manager to register as either a Site Safety Manager or Site Safety Coordinator. This amendment will allow a Concrete Safety Manager to also be allowed to register as a Licensed Construction Superintendent. This will increase the flexibility of an individual to determine which role they wish to assume at any given jobsite.
What a joke to let unqualified
Professionals with less a year to qualified for a Super license. Should have at least 10 years in the business !!!
This is the comment under review:
“What a joke to let unqualified
Professionals with less than a year to qualified for a Super license. They Should have at least 10 years in the business to qualified. Thank you !!!
In general this should be stopped as the qualifications for a superintendent are higher than a concrete safety manager this will lead to lower salaries and will hurt the superintendent community
On anther note
If allowing concete safety manager to be a superintendent shold pave the way to allow superintendents to be concrete safety managers as well
Curently dob is allowing all certifications to become superintendents this should work both ways