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Safety Meetings - November 2022 Wed, Nov 23, 2022 “Safety meetings are a waste of time and money.” There, I said it. It is often said that meetings to discuss safety topics are a waste of time, money and resources. Read More

Competent Person - August 2022 Fri, Aug 12, 2022 We all want to stay abreast of OSHA requirements that are related to the construction industry. While there are many, one that is often overlooked is the OSHA standard 1926.32(f) or the requirement that an employer assign a competent person to each j... Read More

Commitment to Safety - August 2022 Thu, Aug 04, 2022 A commitment to safety requires that jobsite safety is placed above everything else. That means before profitability, costs, productivity, timelines, etc. Your employees are your number one asset, so by committing to safety, you are proving to them t... Read More

Power and Generator Preparedness - May 2022 Mon, May 23, 2022 Nearly 70 percent of businesses will lose power sometime in the next 12 months. Know the steps to take before and during an outage so you can resume critical operations as quickly as possible. Consider the following areas so that you can effectively ... Read More

Residential Roof Fall Protection: Keep Your Roofing Crew Safe - May 2022 Fri, May 20, 2022 Roofing is risky business. From workers’ comp claims to lawsuits, losing crew members can destroy a company. Keep your crew and your company safe. Reduce the risk of job site injury by putting these tips into practice now. Read More

The Most Common Equipment Malfunctions to Avoid - March 2022 Wed, Mar 30, 2022 It goes without saying, but construction equipment failure can have significant consequences. These can include downtime, high repair costs or even injury. Some types of malfunctions are more common than others. This is due to the environmental condi... Read More

Hard Hat Safety: Head Protection Tips and OSHA Guidelines - March 2022 Fri, Mar 11, 2022 More than two million disabling work injuries occur every year, 25 percent of which involve the head. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), hard hat safety is required in work areas where objects might fall from above... Read More

Preventing Cuts in the Workplace - February 2022 Thu, Feb 24, 2022 Most of us think that the most common workers’ comp claims in the roofing or sheet metal industry is falls but that is not always the case. Cuts and saw accidents account for a larger number of claims than you might expect, especially since these are... Read More

New Year - Safety Minded - February 2022 Sun, Feb 20, 2022 There is always so much going on at the beginning of a new year, that it can be difficult to make sure you cover all your bases. Read More

Fall Protection: Focus on Warning Line Systems - December 2021 Tue, Jan 11, 2022 In the November issue of Florida Roofing, we discussed Fall Safety Monitoring Systems. In this article, we continue the focus on fall protection safety and review Warning Line Systems. Read More

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