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Without safe worksite practices, valuable employees are at risk, and customers lose trust. Healthy employees and respecting clients are an unbeatable combination. National Roof, collectively as a family, embraces a commitment to personal safety through education, prudent application and mandatory execution.

“Safety is a full-time job, don't make it a part-time practice”

Safety pays dividends!

Several of many NRRR safety training categories

  • Emergency evacuation
  • Fall prevention
  • Fall protection
  • First aid
  • Hazard Communications
  • Ladder safety
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Proper use of power tools
  • Site specific safety plans
  • Job hazard assessment & elimination
  • Limiting risk

Specific Safety Training: Professional Partners (i.e. Guardian Fall & Pure Safety

  • OSHA 10 hour
  • OSHA 30 hour
  • Competent Person Training
  • Qualified Person Training
  • 1st aid & CPR
  • Aerial man-lifts and tele-handlers
  • Ladder safety
  • Fire extinguisher training
  • PPE training

Best Practices for Roof Safety:

  • Know your immediate roof
  • Be aware of roof system features
  • Constantly observe roof for adverse conditions.
  • Always make a visual examination of the area before moving about the roof
  • If hazardous conditions are ob¬served, stop, report and assist in alleviating
  • Wear safety equipment as mandated and common sense dictates.
  • Keep all lines of communication open with all coworkers regarding adverse roof conditions
  • Vacate roof in an orderly and safe manner prior to inclement weather conditions
  • Use proper repair & restoration tools, and certified Personal Fall Restraint equipment
  • Follow all company safety rules and policies.

“A danger foreseen is half avoided” National Roof Safety approach and focus is on the “injury prevention” through:

  • Education & training
  • Experience and knowledge
  • Project assessment (i.e. JHA)
  • Proper safety equipment & tools
  • Awareness
  • Rules & Regulations
  • Best Practices
  • Fall prevention vs. fall protection

For: “successful and desired outcomes (i.e. safe & healthy employees, better quality and satisfied clients)”