Focus 4 Safety is a half-day program that examines the four safety hazards that,
according to OSHA, account for the greatest number of preventable fatalities in
the construction industry: electrical, struck-by, caught-between and fall-related
hazards. During the program, you will discuss the primary causes of the top OSHA
citations for hazard fatalities and learn how to recognize and respond to those
hazards as they apply to the roofing industry and your company. This program is
designed for roofing workers, foremen, supervisors, safety directors and business
For more information about contracting a program with NRCA, contact Jeff Jarvis, NRCA's director of business development,
at (800) 323-9545, ext. 7512 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"NRCA's training class on 'Focus Four' uses real world examples from roofing operations
to outline the hazards in roofing work. The instructors were well-prepared and able
and provided jobsite-specific examples to illustrate the material presented in class.
Steve Johnson, ARC of the Bay Area Counties Inc., Oakland, Calif.
"This class was very informative and had a lot of useful information to take back
to the workplace. Although there was a lot of information covered, the subjects
that were used were very precise and understanding. I think even a person that does
not have a lot of safety knowledge would benefit from taking this course. The instructor
did not use complicated terms to teach the class."
Alvaro Gomez, DRI Cos., San Leandro, Calif.
"This class was not the same old boring safety class. Both instructors were knowledgeable.
I learned a lot of new safety rules and ways to help others. Thank you very much."
Jeremy Regner, Professional Roofing Inc., Arvada, Colo.