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Roofing: One of the Most Dangerous Jobs in the United States

By Cotney Construction Law.

According to the 2016 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics), roofers have the fourth most dangerous job in America.

For every 100,000 workers, there were 48.6 fatal accidents in 2016. Roofing involves a great deal of climbing, heavy lifting, bending, and kneeling in extremely hot weather. Serious accidents occur due to slips, trips, and falls, often resulting in minor to severe injuries that lead to missed work days. Our roofing lawyers in Florida would like to share some of the risks roofers face daily.

Frequent Injuries Roofers Face

Normally, fall hazards are what you hear about the most when it comes to roofing work. Indeed, falls account for over half of roofing fatalities but roofers are at risk for other debilitating injuries as well. These injuries include the following:

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) – A serious injury that results from a fall or a major blow to the head or body. TBI has a range of physical and psychological effects that can cause long-term complications or death.

Burns – The use of tar or performing work on hot surfaces exposes roofers to burn incidents. Slips, trips, and splashes of hot tar can lead to severe burns, pain, and scarring.

Electrocution – Ranking number three of the Fatal Four (a leading cause of worker deaths), electrocutions are a major cause of death in the construction industry. Working at heights puts roofers dangerously close to power lines. If a ladder that a roofer is working on comes in contact with an electrical line, the result can be fatal.

Heat-related injuries – Working outside all day in heat and humidity puts roofers at risk for heat-related illnesses including heat stroke, heat cramps, heat rash, and heat exhaustion. Adjusting schedules, wearing the proper gear, and staying hydrated reduces the risk.

Puncture Wounds – A range of tools are needed to complete roofing jobs but these tools can present minor to severe danger to roofers. From stepping on nails to accidental nail gun punctures, roofers can seriously injure themselves depending on the location of the puncture.

Contact a Roofing Lawyer

Every area of a construction site presents risks of hazardous chemicals and dangerous equipment. Roofing injuries are hard on both workers and employers, which is why every effort should be made to follow all roofing safety guidelines to prevent needless accidents. If you need assistance maintaining workplace safety, meeting OSHA compliance, and avoiding safety violations, give our office a call to work with an experienced roofing lawyer in Florida.

If you would like to speak with a roofing attorney in Florida, please contact us today.

Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.

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The Roofing Alliance Announces 2019 Student Competition Finalists

Student teams to compete at 2019 International Roofing Expo® on February 12th.

The Roofing Alliance, the foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), proudly announces its 2018-2019 Construction Management Student Competition Finalists. Celebrating its fifth competition, finalist teams will compete on February 12, 2019 at the 2019 International Roofing Expo® (IRE) in Nashville, Tennessee.

This year’s competition has been the largest to date with 11 teams from distinguished universities across the nation competing for 5 finalist positions.  Each team is comprised of four talented undergraduates plus an alternate who are enrolled in the construction management program at their university.

The finalist schools who will be competing in Nashville are:

  • Auburn University, The McWhorter School of Building Science, Auburn, Alabama with team members Jordan Edwards (team captain), Gettys Moore, Nathan Sloan, Jacob Oswalt, Luke Dyson and Faculty Advisor Lauren Redden
  • Colorado State University, Department of Construction, Fort Collins, Colorado with Mahoney Bajwa (team captain), Brenden Phelan, Dan Schouten, Code Ade and Faculty Advisor Nick Rubino.
  • Louisiana State University, Department of Construction, Baton Rouge, Louisiana with Drew Bennett (team captain), Taylor Sperry, Caleb Burks, Ramon Joseph, Will Dugan and Faculty Advisor Robert Benton.
  • Minnesota State University, Mankato, Department of Construction, Mankato, Minnesota with Shola George (team captain), Chase Olson, Hunter Morsching, Hunter Campbell, Jon Harrington and Faculty Advisor Brian Wasserman.
  • University of Florida, M.E. Rinker, SR. School of Building Construction, Gainesville, Florida with Sam Mitchell (team captain), Rob Rogers, Alex Idriss, Camille Rimmer, Tony Centro and Faculty Advisor Jim Sullivan.

The judges for this year’s competition are:

  • Chris Baxter, Vice President and senior estimator for Rackley Roofing co., Inc., Carthage, Tenn.
  • John Geary, Chief Marketing Officer for Nations Roof, St. Charles, Ill.
  • Helene Hardy-Pierce, Vice President of Technical Services, Codes and Industry Relations, GAF, Parsippany, N.J.
  • Scott Kawulok, Vice President, B & M Roofing, Frederick, Colo.
  • Bob Pringle, Vice President, Evans Roofing Company Inc., Elmira, N.Y.
  • James Williams, Project Manager with Crain Construction, Inc., Nashville, Tenn.
  • Scott Wilson, Manufacturer Representative for Carlisle with Apex Group, Nashville, Tenn.

“This has been a unique and encouraging experience, for one who has had a full career in estimating and project management in this industry,” said judge Chris Baxter, V.P., Rackley Roofing Co., Inc.  “Hopefully, some of these young people are going to find their own career paths in roofing.  Some of them are going to do very well.”

John Geary, Chief Marketing Officer, Nations Roof shares, “I have been so impressed by the poise, knowledge and understanding that these outstanding young women and men have demonstrated in the competition.  In a relatively short period of time they have grasped the challenges we have created for them and come up with sound, feasible solutions for real life scenarios.

The roofing industry is in good hands with the next generation of leaders that are coming out of universities today.  I trust that they will be well rewarded for their efforts and help us all to reach higher levels of accomplishments in quality, safety and productivity.”

The construction management student competition is designed to test the students on their roofing knowledge, project management capabilities and presentation skills. This year, the teams are tasked with submitting a qualified bid package for installing a new roof system for the Hilton Franklin Cool Springs Hotel in Franklin, Tennessee.  Judges reviewed the written proposals, submitted December 10, and selected five teams as finalists for the competition.

The final leg of the competition will take place the morning of February 12th.  The five finalist teams will participate in a 15-minute oral presentation at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The purpose of this presentation is for each team to summarize their proposal and provide their construction management strategy for the project. Later that evening, the winning teams and the Best Individual Presenter will be announced at NRCA’s Industry Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Reception. The first- and second-place teams will be awarded $5,000 and $2,500 in scholarship funds for their schools, respectively.

The oral presentations will be broadcast live via Facebook Live on the Roofing Alliance Facebook page.  The Roofing Alliance is encouraging attendees of the International Roofing Expo® to attend the competition and for those who cannot attend to watch via Facebook.

To learn more about the Construction Management Student Competition and how to attend, visit www.roofingalliance.net or contact Bennett Judson, the Roofing Alliance’s executive director, at bjudson@nrca.net.

About the Roofing Alliance

The Roofing Alliance is committed to shaping the industry’s future by funding education, research, scholarships and philanthropic initiatives, all for the purpose of securing the industry’s future excellence.  Composed of 166 members representing extraordinary leaders from the contracting, manufacturing, distribution and service provider communities, the Roofing Alliance has committed $13 million to enhance the performance and long-term viability of the industry and allocated more than $5 million to fund 45 research, education, technical and philanthropic programs and projects.  Serving as the foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), Roofing Alliance members are focused on giving back and supporting high-quality educational programs and ensuring timely and forward-thinking industry responses to major economic and technological issues. For more information about Roofing Alliance initiatives, visit www.roofingalliance.net.

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2019-A Year for Expansion and Keeping People First

RCS Influencer Charles Antis says that 2019 will see them expand into new regions and open the other half of their 20,000-square-foot building for the benefit of their people and their community.

Antis Roofing is creating the Antis ‘Be’ campus to exercise their ‘Be’ values to help local businesses and non-profits partner together in a way that benefits the entire community. Antis’ ‘Be’ values were developed with their entire team and are:

  • Be Good.
  • Be Generous.
  • Be Accountable.
  • Be a Leader.
  • Be Passionate.

Read the full transcript:

Charles: I’m Charles Antis, along with my president, and COO, Karen and today we have a reoccurring special guest, Ava, and she’s here today to ask us a question, and I’m super excited about it. Are you excited?

Ava: Yeah.

Charles:  Okay, there’s something I have for you first. I have this for you, this is a gift for you because, it’s true, but you have to press the button. Press the button.

Button:  You are a badass.

Charles:   You are. You’re a badass. Ask us a question.

Ava: What are you going to do for your business in 2019?

Charles:  Karen, what are we going to do for our business?

Karen:  That is a great question for our first coffee shop. So, 2019, we’re going to continue to focus on growth. This last year, we expanded into a new region. We’re going to do the same in 2019. We’re actually going to move to Northern California. So, in the midst of a really good economy, a labor shortage, it’s hard finding good labor but, we’re going to lean in, and we’re going to move to Northern California.

Charles:   Yes, and?

Karen:   And?

Charles:  And, we put people first, you know? We don’t just say that, we do that. So, we’re excitedly building the concept, and laying out the structure to opening up the other side of the office here in this 20-thousand-foot building, to create the Antis Be campus. Where we can exercise our Be values, and share them with our local professionals to help non-profits, and for-profit businesses partner together in a way that benefits the entire community, and all the stakeholders. That’s what I’m excited about.

Karen:  It’s going to be really cool, and part of what we do at Antis is we put purpose first for our employees, so the Be campus is going to help tie that in as everybody looks at being mindful this year, and being thoughtful about their careers, and their personal development. So, B campus, make it happen.

Charles:  Be campus, Be values by the way, you might have to pan up to get this but, these are our Be values, and we believe this, and this is what our whole team came up with collectively. We believe in being good, being accountable, being generous, being a leader, and being passionate about all this. So, that’s what it’s all about for us in 2019. Is this good? Is that a good answer?

Ava:  Yeah.

Karen: Let’s say, Happy New Year.

Charles: Happy New Year.

Karen:   Happy New Year.

Charles Antis is the founder and CEO of Antis Roofing. See his full bio here.

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Leister sponsors RoofersCoffeeShop IRE Countdown Page

RoofersCoffeeShop is proud to welcome Leister as the sponsor of their new IRE Countdown Page.

This page is the spot to find out everything about the upcoming International Roofing Expo, in Nashville, February 11-13, 2019.  Leister will be in booth #900 during the 2019 IRE Convention.  They will be unveiling their newest tool, the UNIDRIVE 500, to the roofing industry during this year’s IRE.  Be sure to stop by their booth for an exclusive look of this ground-breaking tool.

Leister has an automatic welder for every application, whether a contractor is working in or on the parapet, under vaults or on flat surfaces. The equipment features maintenance-free brushless drives and blower motors, durable heating elements and corrosion-resistant weights. Expect high welding speeds and top performance with low failure rates on the job site – even with a generator.  The company understands the need for contractors to have their tools working efficiently on the roof and offers support and service through a network of authorized sales and service centers around the country.

“RCS supports the roofing industry and we want our contractors to know what is going on! There are so many opportunities for education but one of the best is the International Roofing Expo (IRE).  We are creating this page and working with Leister to help our contractors get the most out of the 2019 IRE,” stated Vickie Sharples, RoofersCoffeeShop Partner.  “Check here daily to find out about NRCA events, ROOFPAC, The Roofing Alliance, National Women in Roofing and all of the great speakers and educational classes offered during the week. We will also be highlighting new product releases, hospitality events, meetings and networking opportunities so you can make the most of this event.”

Leister is encouraging contractors to attend the IRE!  Join them in Nashville, TN for three full days of education, engagement, and exhibits. RoofersCoffeeShop.com is proud to have Leister Technologies sponsoring our inventive IRE Countdown Page.

About Leister Technologies AG

Leister has been the world leader in plastic processing with hot air, hot-wedge and handheld extrusion welders for more than 60 years. Leister Technologies AG offers solutions for professional applications with its product portfolio. The company develops and produces all products and accessories in Switzerland so that customers can rely on the veritable Leister quality, and it is certified under the strict requirements of ISO 9001 Norm. Leister maintains and updates a dense network of over 120 sales and service points around the globe. This network consists of independent sales partners and the national companies associated with the Leister Group. It ensures and guarantees consistent quality and competent service all the way to the end customer.

Learn more about Leister.

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Building Materials from GCP Technologies Selected by This Old House® for Two 2018 Projects

The show selected the company’s roofing underlayments and self-adhered weather resistive barrier for the projects.

GCP Applied Technologies (NYSE:GCP), a leading global provider of construction products technologies, announced that its building materials were used in the renovation of the This Old House® Jamestown, Rhode Island project, which aired recently, as well as for the construction of the This Old House® 2018 Idea House.

GCP’s flagship product, GRACE ICE & WATER SHIELD® self-adhered roofing underlayment, VYCOR® enV-S™ self-adhered weather resistive barrier and VYCOR® Pro self-adhered flashing were featured on the 40th season of This Old House®. The new season features the renovation of a century-old New England cottage in Jamestown, Rhode Island. The team restores the home’s charm while also making it energy efficient. The episode that includes GCP’s products is entitled “Ramp Up the R Value”, Episode 3805 and aired on PBS beginning November 1, 2018. Watch it here.

The This Old House® 2018 Idea House in Narragansett, Rhode Island will also feature GRACE ICE & WATER SHIELD® self-adhered roofing underlayment on the roof of the home and garage. The Idea House was featured in the October and November/December issues of This Old House Magazine and will be in segments of the 2018-2019 television season.

“It is always a pleasure working with the This Old House® crew, a highly trusted brand and team of respected home renovation experts,” said Sonya Santos, Senior Director of Customer & Digital Marketing for GCP Applied Technologies. “We are proud that they chose GCP’s flagship ICE & WATER SHIELD® roofing underlayment and our line of VYCOR® flashing products again this year to protect these coastal homes from Mother Nature.”

GRACE ICE & WATER SHIELD®, the original self-adhered roofing underlayment, protects roofs from extreme weather such as wind-driven rain and ice dams. The underlayment seals around the fasteners used to attach the shingles, which helps prevent water buildup from leaking into the house. This premier underlayment also sticks to the roof deck to keep water from traveling under the underlayment and entering the house via a vulnerable roof deck joint. GCP’s advanced alternative to house wraps, VYCOR® enV-S™ weather barrier and VYCOR® Pro self-adhered flashing represent the latest in residential building science, creating an air-tight, yet breathable home.

About GCP Applied Technologies.

GCP Applied Technologies is a leading global provider of construction products technologies that include additives for cement and concrete, the VERIFI® in-transit concrete management system, high performance waterproofing products and specialty systems. GCP products have been used to build some of the world’s most renowned structures. More information is available at www.gcpat.com.

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OMG Inc. Named Company of the Year by SmartDollar

The statistics are alarming: 70 percent of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck. At work, stress over finances can take a toll on employee performance and impact productivity. Almost ten years ago, OMG, Inc. saw this as a factor limiting employee success and took action. 

OMG used SmartDollar, the financial wellness program created by money expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey, to teach employees how to take better care of themselves financially. “This has been a game-changer for us,” said Sarah Corrigan, Vice President of Human Resources. “More than 300 employees have taken advantage of the tools we offer for free to create a financial plan for themselves and their families.”

Helping employees succeed financially is part of OMG’s overall wellness strategy. “Reducing the worry over money allows employees to focus on their work and, more importantly, on themselves and their future,” said Corrigan. Using SmartDollar, the average OMG participant pays off more than $8,000 in debt and saves more than $5,000. Collectively, participants have achieved a positive swing of almost a million dollars through debt reduction and savings contributions.  

SmartDollar has recognized OMG as its 2018 Company of the Year.  “Our team absolutely loved hearing about what’s happening at OMG,” said Brian Hamilton, vice president of SmartDollar. “They did it.  They made the kind of behavior change it takes to change their lives and their family’s futures.” 

“We’re very proud of what our employees have accomplished,” said Hubert McGovern, OMG President and CEO. “There’s nothing more satisfying for us as a business than to help our employees succeed not only professionally, but personally as well.”

For more information, visit www.OMGInc.com

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The 2019 IRE Contributes to Nashville with 10th Annual Community Service Day

Roofing professionals participating in the 2019 International Roofing Expo (IRE) are given the opportunity to give back to the Nashville community by participating in Community Service Day, the show’s home repair and revitalization project. 

The 10thAnnual Community Service Day will take place on Sunday, February 10, from 7:30 am – 3:00 pm. Volunteers and sponsors will work together to help rebuild the homes of families that are elderly, disabled or financially unable to support the renovation. This year the group will also perform work on a local Boys and Girls Club. 

“We are going into our 10thyear of the Community Service Day and I can definitely say that this is my favorite part of my job. I love giving back to others and it’s clear that the Roofing Industry feels the same way. I am proud to be part of this industry. Our homeowners are always so grateful for the assistance they receive. We are very thankful for our supporters who make this day possible” said Brandi McElhaney, Senior Conference Manager.

Skilled and unskilled volunteers are needed to help with the renovations. Skilled volunteers, made up of construction professionals, perform a variety of construction disciplines including roofing, interior/exterior painting, flooring, and minor carpentry. Unskilled volunteers help with set up, cleanup, and other miscellaneous projects. The International Roofing Expo is partnering with Rebuilding Together Nashville, a non-profit, volunteer-based program that repairs and rehabilitates homes and non-profit community facilities.

Community Service Day is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Sika Sarnafil has been the primary sponsor for ten years. 

Additional sponsors include:

  • Safety Equipment: Carlisle Construction Materials
  • Breakfast: ICP Building Solutions Group 
  • Lunch: OMG Roofing Products
  • Shuttle: Damato Enterprises 
  • Roofing Labor and Material: Don Kennedy Roofing Co.
  • Tool Sponsor: Centimark 

Participants can register for this event at the same time they register to attend the show. There is a $25 fee that includes transportation, beverages and snacks. Tax-deductible monetary donations can also be made during registration. 

The 2019 International Roofing Expo will be held February 11-13, at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee USA, offering roofing contractors of all sizes and specialties a comprehensive preview of the entire roofing construction and maintenance industry.

Online registration is available at www.TheRoofingExpo.com/en/register. Companies looking to exhibit should contact sales@theroofingexpo.com

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RoofersCoffeeShop® Welcomes Surefire Local

Surefire Local specializes in helping local businesses multiply their marketing efforts by helping them see and strengthen all of their online activities from a single platform.

RoofersCoffeeShop, the place where the industry meets for technology, information and everyday business is pleased to welcome Surefire Local. Surefire Local is a full-service technology and digital marketing company. Their marketing software – the Surefire Local Marketing Cloud – is a single platform that allows local business owners to see more, do more, and get more help with their local marketing. Ultimately, this hardworking marketing platform closes the gap in the journey from prospect to customer, bringing technology and marketing together for success.

Surefire Local helps contractors navigate and understand the ever-growing online world as a business’s success depends on more than just their website. Surefire’s cloud-based marketing software connects a business’s website, local directories, ratings and reviews, content, social media, ads, and more in one easy-to-use platform. Scheduling, automation, and ROI metrics help busy business owners get a clear view into what is working for their business and what is not.

The company not only provides the online tools business owners need, but they also partner them with a digital marketing strategist who works with you to build and implement a personalized strategy for your business that’s designed to generate results from day one.

RoofersCoffeeShop.com is proud to welcome Surefire Local.

About Surefire Local

Surefire Local started in 2009 with an idea – a way to help home services businesses rank higher in search engines with cost-effective SEO, website design, and other digital marketing services. Then it became an eBook that spread like wildfire through the speaking circuits. Today, it’s an unbeatable marketing engine backed up by expert consultants with one critical mission: help local businesses in the home services industry generate new business by getting discovered online. Learn more at www.surefirelocal.com.

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Register for NRCA University’s webinar about NRCA ProCertification™

NRCA (National Roofing Contractors Association) University will offer NRCA University Webinar: Learn How NRCA ProCertification™ is Revolutionizing the Roofing Industry Jan. 14 at 1 p.m. CST.

Labor shortages, quality assurance and consumer confidence continue to be major issues for the roofing industry. NRCA is helping you address these issues through its national certification program, NRCA ProCertification.

By certifying your workforce, you demonstrate your commitment to professionalism, quality and your employees’ futures while also providing your company with a significant competitive advantage. Benefits of certifying your workforce include strengthened customer and supplier confidence; increased productivity; consistency of installation; improved safety; enhanced reputation and position in your local market(s); and increased profitability.

During this one-hour webinar, Jared Ribble, NRCA’s manager of ProCertification testing and training centers, will discuss the benefits of NRCA ProCertification and provide an overview of the certification process.

The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) has launched the NRCA ProCertification program, a national certification initiative for roof system installers and foremen. Through a series of assessments, NRCA will certify workers who meet certain requirements and then issue a verifiable professional certification.

Experienced roofing workers can demonstrate their skills and knowledge to become a certified roof system installer in specific roof system applications and disciplines. Certifications now available include NRCA ProCertified Thermoplastic Systems Installer (e.g., TPO, PVC), NRCA ProCertified Asphalt Shingles Installer and NRCA ProCertified Roofing Foreman. Certifications soon will be available for all system disciplines.

A roof system installer certification is earned by passing a two-part exam—online and hands-on.

Benefits to certifying your workforce include strengthened customer and supplier confidence; increased productivity; consistency of installation; improved safety; enhanced reputation and position in your local markets; and increased profitability.

NRCA ProCertification™ is designed to create a competent, sustainable and high-performing roofing industry workforce.

The webinar is free for both members and nonmembers. For more information or to register, click here.

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Smart Speaker Results

Did you know that the 6th top-most search on smart speakers relates to finding home services?

This is a huge opportunity for contractors, considering the 43 million Americans who have access to smart speakers (there are quite a few lucky folks who’ve scored one by attending one of our webinars). I’m guessing, you’d like to be featured in those search results. Let me know if you would like a demo on a call with us, or read on.

The good news is that you can. We’ve worked hard to ensure that the Surefire Local Marketing Cloud provides information that smart speakers like the Google Home Hub and Amazon Echo look for. To elaborate a little bit, the top 3 ways business data gets pulled into search results for smart speakers are:

  • Google My Business/ Local Service Ads (Google Smart Speakers)
  • Yext Local Directories (Amazon Echo)
  • Yelp Business Listings (Amazon Echo)

We partner with these companies and you can be listed on all three of the services mentioned above and 70 other major directories with just a few clicks in Surefire Cloud. Then when homeowners in your service area search for home contractors, your business could very well be named…check out the video below as an example.

We’d be happy to share more details and other technical methods like website structured data and schema submission to further optimize your business for voice search. We can discuss in detail over a 20-minute software demo that’ll help you save a lot the time and resources that you currently spend on your digital marketing.

The best news I have for you is that we’ll send you your own Google Home Hub after our call.

Learn more about Surefire Local’s.

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