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    A Washington roofing company faces $645,540 in fines for 21 safety violations related to exposing workers to potential falls and other hazards.

    In this industry, we have to put safety first no matter what. This profession does come with some risk, but we wouldn’t be able to continue to provide quality service for our customers without putting safety measures in place first.

    Rules and regulations on the issue are there for a reason and they are meant to keep workers and homeowners both safe. We can’t stress it enough, safety is the only way we can continue doing this. It’s never a bad idea for Dallas roofing companies along with all others in the country to be reminded of the importance of these measures. Interesting story to read and a good reminder for us all. Read more…

    “Seven construction workers fell to their deaths last year in our state,” said Anne Soiza, assistant director for the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries’ Division of Occupational Safety and Health. “Falls are the leading cause of construction worker deaths and hospitalizations, and yet they’re completely preventable by using proper fall protection and following safe work practices.”