By National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA).
In support of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)’s National Safety Stand-Down Week, NRCA has created a three-day webinar series. The three 30-minute webinar sessions, plus an additional 30 minutes for questions and answers, will feature Tom Shanahan, Harry Dietz and Rich Trewyn from NRCA’s enterprise risk management department.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to stay current with the latest fall-protection compliance strategies to keep your workers safe and your company OSHA compliant. Topics include:
May 4 - 11 a.m.-noon CT,
Ladder use and setup
Three points of contact
Warning lines and safety monitoring systems .
May 5 - 11 a.m.-noon CT
Personal fall-arrest systems, including calculated clearance distances
May 6 - 11 a.m.-noon CT
Rescue techniques and suspension trauma
Original article source: NRCA
The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) is one of the construction industry's most respected trade associations and the voice of roofing professionals and leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technology and advocacy. Founded in 1886, NRCA is a nonprofit association that represents all segments of the roofing industry, including contractors; manufacturers; distributors; architects; consultants; engineers; building owners; and county, city and state government agencies. NRCA's mission is to inform and assist the roofing industry, act as its principal advocate and help members in serving their customers. NRCA continually strives to enhance every aspect of the roofing industry.
NRCA has more than 3,600 members from all 50 states and 53 countries and is affiliated with 97 local, state, regional and international roofing contractor associations. NRCA contractor members range in size from companies with less than $1 million in annual sales volumes (50 percent of the current membership) to large, commercial contractors with annual sales volumes of more than $20 million. More than half perform both residential and commercial roofing work, and more than one-third have been in business for more than a quarter of a century.