The Roofing Experts in the Seattle & Eastside Areas
Are the Roofers on Your House Safe?

Are the Roofers on Your House Safe?

Safety is paramount at Pro Roofing, and we have been very successful at keeping our roofers, and everyone else involved in the roofing process safe, since implementing our “Comprehensive Safety Plan” in 2007.

Here is how we do it:

An aerial photo is taken of your home and analyzed by our (FRA) Field Roofing Administrator. Next, we develop a comprehensive safety plan for the job. We subsequently share the safety plan with the Project Foreman who, with our FRA, carry out the plan. Once the plan is set we are ready to perform the job.

On the first day of the job, our Project Foreman will complete a re-inspection of the safety plan set previously. Adjustments will be made if necessary. During the course of the job, our FRA will be stopping by to address any questions or concerns. He will examine the site to make sure the safety plan is being executed properly. Rest assured every precaution is made to keep everyone involved safe. Additionally, each roofer will receive a daily inspection of his gear to make sure all is working properly.

Every job site is equipped with fire extinguishers and first aid kits. Our Foreman and FRA are also CPR and Fall Protection Certified. They have the knowledge, and equipment to handle most job site problems that may arise. Both the Project Foreman and the FRA are outfitted with cellular phones in case of an emergency.

When it comes to safety, “We’ve got you covered.”

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