- Employees and subcontractors had minimal understanding of the key elements of fall
- The on-site supervisor had little knowledge of what a job site an OSHA Inspector would expect, like having a first aid kit, fire extinguisher, etc.
- There was a lack of knowledge of what to do when confronted with an OSHA Inspector.
- Roofers were following unsafe work practices like allowing too much slack in their safety line.
LONE STAR LOSS CONTROL’S SUPPORT
Lone star has been working with roofing companies for over 15 years and has found in its experience these types of problems are too common.
OUR COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PROGRAM FOR ROOFING COMPANIES:
- We provide fall protection training on the Jobsite, via zoom, or, to the superintends’ tablet or their employee’s cell phone.
- We can write a customized written safety program to satisfy their customer, OSHA, and your insurance Our written safety programs are proofread by lawyers to ensure our customers are covered.
- We can supply roofing company’s subcontractors with a simplified written safety program in English and Spanish.
- We train supervisors on issues that no one pays attention to but can drive safety culture: Like what to do if an employee at a job dies., The symptoms that require a Rescue Ambulance; The Dos and Don’ts when faced with an OSHA Inspector, what to do when 911 does have your Jobsite address, English and Spanish via cell phone or tablet or in-person
- Provide company’s employees and subcontractors monthly safety training via zoom, cell phone, or in person.
- Provide subcontractors with a manual, in English and Spanish, that helps them understand key compliance issues, common fall protection issues, dealing with OSHA, and many key issues that cause fines and
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slack online are common issues