Roofing can be a hazardous profession. Roofing customers – in addition to wanting a quality job at a fair price – want to work with a reputable contractor who will prioritize safety, not only for roofing crews, but also for the people who use the […]
The Southeast coast recently went through Hurricane Matthew and, although hurricanes directly affect only a portion of the United States, building and roof preparation lessons can be applied to any area of the country where severe weather can pop up.
The OSHA Booklet,
“Fall Protection in Construction,” details fall protection procedures for construction workers on low-sloped roofs (defined as a slope less than or equal to 4/12). The booklet lists guardrail and safety net systems, warning lines and […]