Roofing is dangerous work. Injuries on the job can create staffing shortages and other HR headaches for roofing subcontractors. Lucikly, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Operational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provides guidance on how to avoid safety disasters on construction sties, particularly those relating to falls. Check out the infographic below for more details on OSHA roof safety.


OSHA information provided by Repsly

Impact Roofing is a licensed General Contractor and we provide consulting services as well. Because Impact Roofing is a licensed general contractor, we are also a full construction consulting company for your insurance claim, new renovation or new build project. We have been managing construction development projects for our clients for many years. Impact Roofing can be your eyes and ears on your project and we frequently serve in a consulting role for many of our clients acting as a adviser or oversight consultant. We can be a full-service project manager for all of your projects, or on a more limited scope.

Call us at 719-464-8876. For more information about our services visit our website.


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