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In our sixth decade in the roofing industry, we take great pride in the people and professionalism that drive CentiMark to new levels of success and excellence in roofing and flooring.

Working On The Roof in the Heat

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Managing the effects of heat stress for a roofing workforce is vital to the safety and well-being of the crews. Heat is an inherent hazard when working outdoors, especially working on building roofs. On average, the temperature on the roof is typically 30 degrees higher than ground temperature. Every organization should have a proper Heat Program in place.

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Training for an Effective Roofing Safety Program

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A comprehensive training schedule is a key element to any safety program, regardless of the amount of people employed or the industry served. Everyday tendencies such as looking both ways before you cross the street or not touching a hot stove are things that we do not even need to think about because they are so ingrained in us throughout our life’s “training”.

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Why Safety Matters: Experience Modification Rates (EMR)

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An Experience Modification Rate (EMR) is a factor developed by measuring the difference between an insured’s (CentiMark) actual past experience and the expected or actual experience of the class (Roofing 5551). It is a number used by insurance companies to gauge both past cost of injuries and future chances of risk.

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The Greatest Danger in Roofing - Falls

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Falls are one of the greatest hazards on construction sites. In the roofing industry, roof falls are frequently the number one hazard and the incident that results in the most catastrophic injuries. Recognizing these fall hazards is crucial in the protection of workers. The first step in recognizing these potential hazards is proper training. Educating workers on what fall hazards are and ways to prevent them is key to preventing incidents.

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