Worker safety is important on any construction job -- working on roofs is no exception. Falls account for more serious injuries and deaths in construction than anything else. Accidents occur not only to those building roofs, but also people maintaining, cleaning, demolishing and inspecting roofs. Any work on a roof is a risk. The nature of the precautions needed to work safe may vary from one job to another, but not providing safeguards is unacceptable. This page is dedicated to information concerning safety issues.
November 1, 2012OSHA Residential Construction Regulations Compliance
August 30, 2012N.J. firm faces OSHA fines for fall-protection violations
August 26, 2012Worker dead in fall from Jefferson building
August 19, 2012 Haubstadt construction company fined for safety violations
August 16, 2012OSHA finds safety violations in worker's death
August 9, 2012 Harness saves life of worker cleaning Washington state Capitol
July 26, 2012Contractor fined $90,000 after worker falls off Brampton, Ontario roof, burned by spilled tar
July 19, 2012OSHA cites Bloomfield company
June 4, 2012 The 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S.
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