NRCA has been the professional voice of its members since 1886. With more than 3,600 members, NRCA is the leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technical assistance, advocacy, publications, programs and support that help your business grow.
Beginning Dec. 1, 2013, workers in all industries must be trained on the revised aspects of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), including labeling requirements. Keep your workers safe and ensure compliance with OSHA’s new HCS with this compliance program for roofing professionals.
The September issue features an analysis of the Great Recession's effect on construction insurance claims; using
fasteners with preservative-treated wood; renovation of Baltimore's Union Square Pavilion; worker-tracking software;
and a centuries-old common law doctrine affecting construction contracts.
NRCA contractor members: NRCA is conducting its Management Performance & Financial Survey. This survey is critical
for compiling the most accurate data for the 2013 NRCA Management Performance & Financial Survey. Those contractor
members who complete the survey will receive the finished product for free.