Providing you with the latest safety products and advancements to protect your building, the people inside it and our crews is our priority. Prior to the start of any roofing project, a comprehensive safety plan will be reviewed with each customer and the crew.
Here is how safety is taken seriously at CentiMark.
Keeping your roof safe is our top priority!
There are a variety of safety accessories available to make your roof as safe as possible!
Some of these include:
- Roof hatches
- Safety rails
- Safety lines
- Perimeter warning lines
- Positioning systems
- Skylight screens
- Walk pads
Safety Incidence Rates
Safety incidence rates measure a company’s performance as determined by the number of injuries that occur for every 100 employees who work 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year.
CentiMark's Incident Rates are lower than the industry average!
1.68 CentiMark vs 5.6 average
Safety Inspector Teams
All roofing crews participate in mandatory, written training programs conducted by our full-time safety specialists that include OSHA, first aid and CPR, proper procedures and proper use of all equipment. Their primary responsibilities are project safety set-up and follow up, unannounced inspections to ensure compliance with all customers, CentiMark, Federal and State rules and regulations. Branch safety inspectors work together with Safety and Operations to ensure compliance and to protect you, your assets, employees and CentiMark crews.
All roofing crews participate in mandatory, written training programs conducted by our full-time safety specialists. Additionally, monthly safety meetings are conducted by the operations managers with all production and service personnel to review general and job specific safety issues. Mandatory safety meetings are conducted each quarter by regional safety specialists for all CentiMark associates to present and discuss a wide range of safety issues common to all employees. Periodic Safety Meetings are conducted by regional safety specialists to address any accident trends or potential problems and/or the findings of unannounced jobsite inspections.