NY requires an OSHA 10-Hour Card for all on-site employees on a state construction project with a total project cost of $250,000 or more. All employees are required to complete the program prior to beginning work.
Requirements for OSHA 10 Compliance
Chapter 282 of the Laws of 2007, codified as Labor Law 220-h took effect on July 18, 2008.
**A certification by the employer attesting that all employees have completed such a course is not sufficient proof that the course has been completed.
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