The weather affects decisions roofing professionals make every day. In fact, work often is suspended because of a threat of inclement weather. However, suspending work because it is too hot rarely occurs in the roofing industry.
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 webinar, Rich Trewyn, an NRCA director of enterprise risk management, shares:
The signs of heat-related illnesses.
How to treat workers over-exposed to the heat.
How to prevent future issues with workers over-exposed to the heat.
Take advantage of this free NRCA membership benefit, and tune in to this live opportunity to stay up to date with issues affecting your business!
NRCA's June webinars are sponsored by:
Richard F. Trewyn
NRCA's director of enterprise risk management
Rich joined NRCA in 2015. Prior to joining NRCA, he was the national safety director for TECTA, and he started his
career at FJA Christiansen Roofing Companies in Milwaukee in 1996. With a degree in occupational safety and health from
the University of Wisconsin—Whitewater and his numerous certificates and certifications within the safety field,
he brings a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise to NRCA. He is an authorized trainer for the Occupational Safety
and Health Administration's (OSHA's) 10- and 30-hour construction safety classes and an authorized Certified Roofing
Torch Applicator (CERTA) trainer of torch-applied system classes. He also teaches NRCA's fall-protection and CERTA
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