THE PROOF IS ON THE ROOF

Christensen & McLean Roofing believes our people are our most important asset, and their safety at the work site is our greatest responsibility.

Safe conditions and work practices on our projects is our highest priority, and we take every reasonable precaution to ensure a safe work environment though a systematic approach towards health and safety.

All superintendents, roofing foreman and roofers have the knowledge, training or work experience to perform their assigned job tasks to the highest industry standards. Project superintendents ensure roofing foreman and crewmembers are fully aware of any specific project sensitivities that may arise through our pre-job planning process.

Taking a systematic approach to safety protects our people, our clients and our business from unnecessary risk and liability. Regardless of the project size or duration, you can rely on Christensen & McLean Roofing for safety compliance.

It is our belief that every employee is entitled to a safe and healthful place to work. From the start to the end of a work shift our systematic approach to safety can be observed. Targeting “Zero Harm” within a high-risk industry is no small task. Constant changing work place conditions require an ongoing presence of safety at the work place. Our established safe work practices, procedures, and safety policies are the cornerstone of our success.

Activity Purpose Process
Project Hazard Assessment
  • Identify work site activities which may impede on the roofing process
  • Establish controls
  • Documented
  • Reviewed with workers / sign off
  • Implement controls
Daily Hazard Assessment
  • Identify work site hazards created by changing work site conditions
  • Documented
  • Reviewed with workers / sign off
  • Implement controls
Work Site Inspection
  • Observation
  • People, equipment process, environment
  • Documented
  • Reviewed with workers / sign off
  • Corrective Action
Employee Training
  • Legislative compliance
  • Apprenticeship
  • Trade specific equipment and practices
  • Re-certification
  • Employee training records
  • Scheduled training
  • Quality Assurance

Through continuous monitoring, annual review of our safety polices combined with both internal and external safety auditing processes, you can be assured you have partnered with a responsible Roofing Contractor when selecting Christensen & McLean Roofing Co.

Christensen & McLean Roofing Co. employees go through extensive safety training. Our company must work hard to maintain management and employee interest in safety and our programs.

Why?

Because incident prevention relies on the desire of people to work safely.

Workers may not always recognize the importance of safety training and at times think of it as unnecessary because they’ve “been doing it for years” and “it will never happen to me”.

Safety training is a reminder that a danger can exist, and that no one is immune to accidents. It is important for employees to understand the purpose of the training session, why it will be useful to them, and what can result from not following safety rules and procedures.

Employees who do not received safety training are more prone to panicking should an unplanned event occur. Building owners and property managers should always take safety reputation into consideration when selecting a contractor. First response to any unplanned event is key to controlling further damage or injury, especially when working in or near the vicinity of the general public or building fire protection.

CHRISTENSEN & McLEAN ROOFING CO. SAFETY TRAINING

  • Fall Protection Training (8 Hours)
  • Perimeter Roof Rail
  • Fire Risk Management / Torch Safety (8 Hours)
  • Aerial Platform
  • Fire Extinguisher (4 Hours)
  • First Aid
  • Forklift
  • Zoomboom
  • Construction Safety Training System CSTS
  • Roofers Lifting Hoist
  • PR 600 Fall Protection
  • Air Brakes
  • Company Orientation
  • Fit Testing
  • Leadership for Safety Excellence
  • Health & Safety System Review
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods TDG
  • Workplace Hazardous Material
    Information System