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Roofing Industry Fall Protection from A to Z

As an employer, it is your responsibility to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) regulations that apply to your workplace and employees.  This program updates you on fall-protection systems and includes current OSHA state-plan requirements. This one-day class also features hands-on equipment demonstrations and techniques for self-rescue and relief of suspension trauma. Don't miss this unique opportunity to stay current with the latest fall-protection rules!

After attending this program, students should be able to:
  • Recognize fall hazards that are present during roofing installation and repair
  • Use appropriate controls for fall hazards on low-slope and steep-slope roofing projects
  • Identify strategies and techniques for rescue and self-rescue operations
One-day class
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


"The class was very informative on defining differences in regulations and how to apply them to everyday situations to avoid hazards/accidents."
—William Beyer, Nations Renovations, Dallas

"Safety—it's important information that was explained perfectly."
Jimmy Griffin, Porter Roofing, Murfreesboro, Tenn.

"Harry Dietz was very knowledgeable and extremely helpful and patient. Great presentation."
—Tyson Ramirez, Geisler Roofing, Concordia, Kan.

"This was a very informative class that was worth attending to learn the issues other companies face with safety and learn how to better interpret OSHA regulations."
—Molly Hounsom, United Materials, Denver

"NRCA Fall Protection is full of helpful information/regulations that are needed in the real world to keep your guys safe on the roof!"
—Jason Bennett, Cardinal Roofing, Grand Prairie, Texas

"I learned how to read and navigate through OSHA regulations and apply them to job situations."
—Scott Zimmerman, Houck Services Inc., Harrisburg, Pa.

"I learned a lot about the similarities and differences between OSHA and Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act and construction regulations."
—Maureen Kane, Atlas-Apex Roofing Inc., Ontario, Canada

"Tom and Harry are knowledgeable and engaging instructors who have a firm grasp of the material and the applicable OSHA regulations. The course is organized and presented in such a manner that it applies not only to roofing, but many similar fall protection applications."
—Mark Aaronson, Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies, Coatesville, Pa. and San Francisco, Calif.

"The course answered a lot of technical questions we have had! Made things clear on what to do in questionable circumstances."
—Christopher Wallner, Commercial Roofing, Plover, Wis.

"Federal OSHA and Cal/OSHA regulations can be very confusing but with the knowledge and fluency this class offered, it was easy to understand."
—Jean P. Chavez, Regan Roofing Inc., Carlsbad, Calif.

"The seminar provided an easy way to understand OSHA rules that apply to the roofing industry and construction in general."
—Jorge A. Zenil, AAA Roofing Co., Indianapolis

For more information about this and other NRCA programs delivered directly to your company, contact Jeff Jarvis, NRCA's vice president of sales and business development, at (800) 323-9545, ext. 7512 or jjarvis@nrca.net.

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