Construction Site Safety Program


NCCER has developed an industry-wide approach to safety through a formal, nationally recognized training program. The Construction Site Safety Training Program is a widely used safety system employed by contractors and owners who demand more from their on-site supervisors and safety technicians. This comprehensive standardized safety program deals with site-specific hazards and provides unparalleled national recognition.

Safety Training Credentials

SafetyClump-2018Those who successfully complete a prescribed set of modules from the NCCER safety curricula receive a certificate, transcript and wallet card with one of NCCER’s three safety training designations. These designations are:

  • Construction Site Safety Orientation (CSSO)

  • Construction Site Safety Supervisor (CSSS)

  • Construction Site Safety Technician (CSST)

To be granted any of these NCCER safety training credentials, candidates must complete the selection of modules outlined in the Construction Site Safety Program Information guide.

Safety Instructor Certifications

To be granted any of the NCCER safety instructor certifications required to teach the safety curricula, candidates must meet the applicable requirements as outlined in the Construction Site Safety Program information guide.