The labor shortage in the roofing industry is well-documented and well-known. During this one-hour webinar, Jason Dark,
national sales manager for Duro-Last Inc., offers a solution: prefabricated, factory-made roof membranes. Dark will
discuss the decline of skilled building labor in the U.S. and its effect on building quality and durability; the
history and benefits of a controlled factory setting for building components that decreases faulty onsite installation;
and studies of roof system failures showing most moisture intrusion and uplift problems occur because of installation
errors, among other things.
In the roofing industry, it is rare to suspend work because it is too hot. But heat should be considered as serious a
threat to roofing work as rain; the difference between rain and heat is heat presents a potential health risk. As we
approach the hottest and most humid time of the year, it is important to ensure your workers return home safely at the
end of the day. During this one-hour webinar, Rich Trewyn, an NRCA director of enterprise risk management, will discuss
the signs of heat-related illnesses; how to treat workers who are overexposed to the heat; and how to prevent future
issues with heat-related illnesses.
The webinars are free for members and $55 for nonmembers. For more information or to register, click here.