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How Our Roofing Safety Measures Protect You

How Our Roofing Safety Measures Protect you

Many roofing contractors don’t have roofing safety measures. Roofing can be dangerous. According to the Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health, roofing is the most fatally-injured profession in the country. This is why any roofer working on your roof should be under the supervision of a safety manager.

Extra Protection

Our homeowners are also protected by roofers who are safe. Our clients are protected from workers’ liens, liabilities, and even lawsuits by the extra protection that we offer our skilled roofing crews.

Our safety measures are not only for our employees, but also for our clients and their pets.

  • Fall arrest gear
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Near-miss reporting system
  • Safety meetings every week

Safety Inspections

Some disreputable roofers hire day crews from the parking lots of big-box home improvement stores. Good roofers do not. They employ the same crews every day. Top roofers like Old Time Roofing are able to rely on dedicated crews that are supervised by safety managers. These safety managers inspect job sites. They also enforce all of the most important roofing safety measures.

  • Safety managers make sure that all equipment works properly.
  • They make sure roofers are correctly harnessed in fall arrest equipment.
  • Security managers ensure that clients’ property is protected from falling debris.
  • They verify with the project manager that the client’s home, pets, and property are all protected.

Award-Winning Roofing Safety Measures

Old Time Roofing is proud to be an Owens Corning Platinum-Preferred Contractor. Our company has been awarded industry recognition in safety and OSHA certifications. We minimize injuries and accidents by using near-miss reporting. This will save you time and money, and protect our workers. Our roofers must attend weekly safety meetings.

All of this is provided routinely by us:

  • Safety manager
  • Inspections on-site
  • Safety training for crew members
  • OSHA 10 and OSHA 30, certifications
  • Safety meetings every week

These roofing safety measures can save you money on insurance, downtime and injury-related expenses. We have a proven safety record that allows us to keep more people on the job, resulting in better work for you, our clients. To protect our workers as well as clients, Old Time Roofing employs a safety manager. To learn more about our safety procedures, proper installation, and clean-up on all of our projects in Tampa or St. Petersburg, please contact us. Old Time Roofing is your premier roofing contractor in Pinellas and Hillsborough County! If you are interested in a roof replacement, roof repair or general roof maintenance contact us today and speak with a roofing specialist who is ready to answer any questions you may have.