IACET Authorized Provider

A Certified Women Business
& Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

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About CSS

Certified Site Safety is a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise providing safety professionals on both public works and private projects throughout the country. Increasing safety and reducing risks are the core principles of Certified Site Safety. Certified Site Safety strives for an injury-free environment and the safest workplace possible for our employees, clients, tradespersons and the general public. Our goal is to identify and correct potential risks through observation and regular monitoring. Our trained safety professionals monitor, develop and regularly update safety plans for a multitude of projects.
Certified’s experienced staff have in-depth knowledge of all Federal and Local Standards, including OSHA. CSS has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). The ANSI/IACET Standard which is recognized internationally as a standard of good practice lends CSS as an Authorized Provider to offer IACET CEUs for programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard. CSS provides approved courses by a wide range of public agencies.

“We’re in the Business of Saving Lives”

Featured Project

Brooklyn Marine Transfer Station

The newly designed Brooklyn Marine Transfer Station is located on the western water front of Brooklyn and is identified as a part of the New York City Solid Waste Management Plan (SWMP) long term plan. It is currently being built over the demolished Southwest Brooklyn’s incinerator. In 2014 after receiving the ‘notice to proceed’ permit was given, the foundation has begun to be laid. Construction is set to go into the 2017 year and finally conclude early 2018. As a beneficial element to the New York environment, this facility will one day receive around 12,000 tons of waste per week and facilitate its protocols as necessary.