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Safety and insurance

NRCA's Enterprise Risk Management Section monitors health, safety, insurance, legislative and regulatory issues affecting the roofing industry. Staff members provide roofing contractors with information about such issues through four committees. They develop and maintain products and programs to assist contractors in meeting their loss-control and regulatory compliance responsibilities. Staff members manage NRCA's sponsored or endorsed insurance products for roofing contractors. 

The Enterprise Risk Management Section designs, develops and/or delivers a number of safety, health and management classes offered by NRCA, including the OSHA 10- and 30-hour programs; For Foremen Only; NRCA/MRCA Certified Roofing Torch Applicator Program; Train-the-Trainer; and Roofing Industry Fall Protection from A to Z. In particular, staff is responsible for NRCA's Future Executive Institute (FEI), three-year executive education leadership program held at Northwestern University's No. 1-rated Kellogg School of Management.


NRCA endorsed various insurance programs to help roofing contractors find the best insurance for their businesses and workers.

In addition, NRCA sponsors the NRCA National Health Care Program, which offers affordable health insurance for organizations of all sizes. This is a members-only captive health care benefits program utilizing the CIGNA provider network. This program offers NRCA members coverage options and extremely competitive rates.

Health and safety resources

NRCA's Hazard Communication Program: Know the Signs

Workers in all industries must be trained on the revised aspects of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), including labeling requirements. Keep your workers safe and ensure compliance with OSHA’s rules with this program for roofing professionals.

Member Price : $195.00
NonmemberPrice : $395.00

Silica regulation resources
(Members Only)

NRCA has developed tools for contractors to use to comply with provisions of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) new regulation targeted at respirable crystalline silica (RCS) in the workplace.

Enterprise Risk Management Consulting

Whether you have a question about a health, safety, insurance, legislative and regulatory issue or need to learn more about your loss-control and regulatory compliance responsibilities, NRCA members can contact NRCA's Enterprise Risk Management Section for advice or information at (800) 323-9545.

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