Safety Trained Supervisor Construction® (STSC®)
If you work at any level in the construction industry, you can become a safety leader by achieving the Safety Trained Supervisor Construction (STSC). Safety may not be an STSC’s primary duty, but your knowledge of safety practices ensures safer and healthier worksites. Intended for executives, directors, managers, supervisors, superintendents, and employees, those who hold the STSC set the standard for SH&E knowledge and skills across the organization.
STSC candidates often have safety responsibilities that are adjunct, collateral, or ancillary to their job duties. Their main job duties are in a craft or trade, a technical specialty, supervision, management, or leadership. Safety tasks often include monitoring for job hazards, helping ensure regulatory compliance, training employees in safety practices, performing safety documentation tasks, coordinating corrections for identified safety hazards within or among work groups, and communicating with safety specialists or management.
- Must have 30 hours of safety, health, and environmental training
- Must have two (2) years supervisory experience; or four (4) years work experience related to construction (work experience must be a minimum part-time [18 hrs/week] to qualify); or an associate degree or higher in occupational safety, risk management, or construction management; or completion of a two (2) year trade or union training program/apprenticeship
- Must pass the STSC examination
- Maintenance of certification
- Pay annual renewal fee
- Meet recertification requirements