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Amy Westebbe

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Best Practices for Rooftop Spring Cleaning

Posted by Amy Westebbe Apr 4, 2019 2:07:28 PM

Spring signals that it’s time for a new start. So after the ice melts, what can you do to renew the safety of crews inspecting a roof or working on rooftop systems? A good idea is to check for debris left over from snow, ice and gusty winds. And why not use this time to review safety policies, conduct a company-wide refresher on rooftop safety, and make sure that your workers and job sites are well equipped.  

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Topics: Construction, fall protection, OSHA, roof

The Benefits of Commercial Window Cleaning

Posted by Amy Westebbe Apr 4, 2019 1:55:44 PM

Spring is warm and refreshing, and it’s time for your windows to shine again. Winter makes it difficult, impractical, or impossible to clean windows in larger buildings or hi-rises. During those months, however, your windows are taking a beating. A high quality commercial window cleaning company can make all the difference, and the benefits go beyond letting the sun shine in. Book Now

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Topics: fall protection, window washing

How to Protect HVAC Workers from Falls

Posted by Amy Westebbe Jan 29, 2019 10:00:33 AM

Falling from a rooftop is a very real hazard throughout the construction industry, and most certainly for HVAC workers. Whether installing HVAC equipment or doing regular maintenance, careful planning for fall prevention is an essential part of every job. At the bare minimum, compliance with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) standards is a must.Contact Us

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Topics: fall protection, OSHA, personal fall protection, roof

Skylights Can Be Deadly

Posted by Amy Westebbe Jan 28, 2019 10:13:45 AM

Here are 6 tips for keeping your workers safe

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The danger of falling—and being fatally injured—while working off a roof top is inescapable in construction. Compliance with OSHA (The Occupational Safety and Health Act) regulations, along with attention to worker awareness and training, should be a given for any reputable construction company, or building owner.

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