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1/9/2013 9:34:03 AM

OSHA, Fall Protection and Residential Work (Webinar recording)

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Webinar recording
75-minute program

According to 2011 data compiled from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 666 employees were killed and an estimated 225,550 were seriously injured by falls to the same or lower level. As a roofing professional, it’s essential to know the best ways to protect your employees and your business.   

By listening to this webinar recording, you will learn:

• How to identify potential OSHA violations within the roofing industry
• The easiest ways to ensure safety for your employees, particularly when they perform residential work
• Simple ways to develop a culture of safety among your employees
• OSHA's emphasis program involving the roofing industry

The 75-minute webinar is presented by attorney Ed Foulke, a prominent labor law attorney who was the head of OSHA during President George W. Bush's administration.

Take advantage of this free NRCA membership benefit by participating in this opportunity to stay up to date with industry issues affecting your business!

To purchase multiple webinar recordings at discount pricing, contact Jeff Jarvis, NRCA's director of business development, at (800) 323-9545, ext. 7512 or jjarvis@nrca.net.

This webinar recording took place Jan. 9, 2013.

Item #: 3465E

Member price: Free for members
Nonmember price: $55.00

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