This is the only OSHA 10-hour construction program specifically designed to help you identify and avoid hazards you are likely to encounter every day on the job. The class includes video segments of job-site scenarios that show typical hazards and their remedies. This information is essential if you need to know current OSHA requirements for safety and health standards or need to verify these standards are followed. Upon completion, you receive an OSHA 10-hour safety training completion card.
This course will benefit roofing contractors, safety directors, superintendents, foremen and roofing workers.
"The program provided information on practices that keep employees safe. Harry's knowledge and insight into roofing and OSHA requirements are excellent. Great Class. The time flew!"
—Bryan Robinson, Imperial Roof Systems, Papillion, Neb.
"The OSHA 10-Hour class presented by NRCA opened my eyes to safety issues that our company needs to address and be sure all employees are trained on them. This class is a must for all people in a leadership position of any construction company."
—Trevor Blessing, Imperial Roof Systems, Omaha, N.E. and West Union, Iowa
"Harry did a great job of making all the material applicable to the real world."
—Ryan Cruise, Armour Roofing Inc., Dahinda, Ill.
"Before taking the class, I felt nervous about OSHA. Now I would feel confident during a visit from OSHA we could contest what they are saying, if necessary, and we can stay up to code."
—Adam Penzenstadler, Great Lakes Roofing Corp., Germantown, Wis.
"Thank you for a wonderful seminar. I learned a lot and you kept my attention for the full 10 hours. People think I am nuts saying I really enjoyed 10 hours studying the OSHA manual. You made it interesting. I hope our paths cross again!"
—Michael Buttrey, McQueary Henry Bowles Troy, Dallas
"This class was worth attending because it explained certain things I wasn't 100 percent sure of. Also, it's important to know who to contact to get the information we need and how to read the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 manual. This was a great class and the instructors were great. Thank you."
—Michael Frazier, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
"This course was very informative and well presented. It addressed various topics encountered in everyday work. Time well spent!"
—Yury Spektor, S & S Roofing Inc., Carteret, N.J.
"As chairman of the loss-control committee of our captive insurance program, I took the course to see what it offered. I will suggest to the other members of my committee to make it mandatory for all of our workers."
—D. Klein, H. Klein & Sons Inc., Mineola, N.Y.
"Understanding the construction industry regulations set forth by OSHA is complex. This seminar not only tells how to comply with regulations but also how to use the book of regulations to find answers on our own. I strongly recommend this class to anyone wishing to further their education in the construction industry."
—Chris Nussbeck, Aspen Contracting Inc., Lee's Summit, Mo.
"This class was well worth our time. It helps us out in the field when dealing with OSHA inspectors, identifying hazards and knowing what actions we can take to prevent violations."
—Pat Nussbeck, Apsen Contracting Inc., Lee's Summit, Mo.
Registrants can cancel participation by calling NRCA up to three business days before the program; substitutions may be made. If a registrant does not notify NRCA of the cancellation, your company will be charged the $150 deposit fee.
Day 1: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Day 2: 7 - 9:30 a.m.
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