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Tool Talk Safety - Roofing

Your guide to DIY Roofing!

It is highly recommended to hire a professional roofing company to do this for you, but in the event you decide to do this yourself these are some things to take into consideration. 1,245 more words


Top 10 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Standards For 2014

The following is a list of the top 10 most frequently cited standards* following inspections of worksites by federal OSHA. OSHA publishes this list to alert employers about these commonly cited standards so they can take steps to find and fix recognized hazards addressed in these and other standards before OSHA shows up. 17 more words


OSHA offers new resources on preventing roof falls

Two new publications from OSHA are aimed at helping construction workers avoid falls from roofs.

Protecting Roofing Workers


Fall Protection for Construction



INDUSTRIAL SAFETY: In industry how can we manage safety while working and how we can reduce the ratio of accidents? How important industrial safety @ work place?

(How we can prevent Accident in industry) In industry how you can manage safety while working and how we can reduce the ratio of accident. There are many ways to get control on accident before working in industry a worker must have the basic important knowledge of using personal protective equipment’s. 508 more words

Eye Protection

Why is fall protection training a vital component of worker safety?

On the heels of the end of OSHA’s second annual National Safety Stand-Down two-week initiative May 4-15, many workers hope safety will remain a top priority for employers and employees. 501 more words


Roof Safety System & Precautions

Roof is the most important part of our home. It needs regular maintenance. Roof maintenance can prevent roof damage and costly roof repair.  Working on roof is also a dangerous work & accident may occur ant time work done is not performed with precautions. 402 more words

Adder Safety Training

Falls Don't Discriminate by Industry

A roofing supervisor with 25 years’ experience dies after falling 30 feet through a skylight. There were no skylight screens installed, and the supervisor was not wearing fall protection. 385 more words

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