That's rather remarkable. If he's right, the implication is the
type of roof system and its cost become secondary buying decisions
as more owners understand a single job-site accident can be
devastating. And if owners don't want the risk of unsafe practices,
it's incumbent on professional roofing contractors to be certain
they are working safely.
Luckily, thanks to our friends at CNA Insurance, Chicago, we've
been getting valuable data to help us understand best roofing
safety practices. Consider just a few things we've learned:
And above all, what we've learned is safety
training—constant, mandatory and meaningful
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