OSHA Roofing Safety?

Answer There will always be a need for skilled, professional roofers because a building or home is only as good as its roof. Roofing is a strenuous trade done by those who are unafraid of heights. In addi... Read More »

Top Q&A For: OSHA Roofing Safety

Will asphalt shingles fade in popularity and will metal roofing replace them as an environmentally responsible choice for roofing and re-roofing?

Answer 1 Clay tile roofs are actually more stable and will last longer than either asphalt shingles or metal roofs. The ease of installation is significant with asphalt shingles. Metal roofs tend ... Read More »

Safety Tools for Roofing?

Roofing is challenging work and one of the biggest challenges roofers face is remaining as safe as possible on the job. Falls and other accidents can happen due to carelessness or lack of preparati... Read More »

OSHA Eye Safety?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the division of the United States Department of Labor that sets the regulations and requirements that all employers must follow to protec... Read More »

OSHA Sledgehammer Safety?

Sledgehammers, or large hand tools with a weighted head and elongated wooden or fiberglass handle, are used by a wide variety of industry professionals. Because of their ability to apply force, sle... Read More »