Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Safe Roof Systems’ Best Practices for Covid

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has created unforeseeable challenges for all of us, and like the customers we serve, we are adapting to the crisis by implementing new safety measures. At Safe Roof Systems, we place the health of our customers, staff, and technicians as the highest priority. When you call us to install a top-quality roof snow alarm that can spare you from the expense of preventable damage, you can count on us to follow strict guidelines.

Social distancing, regular sanitization, and minimizing exposure are essential in the fight against this disease. So, when you hire our team, we follow best practices to ensure safety with Covid. All SRS technicians are equipped with PPE; limiting work-site exposure between our team and your on-site staff and guests.

Our team follows a few simple guidelines to help everyone stay safe:
  • Separate SRS workstations to reduce close contact between technicians
  • Clearly mark SRS work areas to minimize contact with your staff or other contractors.
  • Have hand sanitizer readily available and used frequently while on the work site.
  • Regularly disinfect doors, door handles, countertops, and other surfaces in the SRS work area.
  • Coordinate work site plans and time tables with building management and any effected contractors

 We will be doing our part as well while we install your snow alarm on your roof. By cooperating and following common guidelines, we can better protect each other as we carry on with our regular business practices. Office managers, contact our team to coordinate your site-specific concerns and requirements.

Thursday, July 2, 2020

Safe Roof Systems Supports Work-Place Health & Safety Protocols

Rules and procedures for contractors accessing work-places have changed significantly with the spread of Covid-19. The reality is that these standards will likely be in place for years to come. Our team at Safe Roof Systems is dedicated to maintaining the highest standard of safety.

Important questions and concerns include:
  • Does contractor access now require business managers to send their staff home again?
  • Will contact areas require sanitization after work is complete?    
Snow removal operations often require a large crew. Questions our customers have had include:
  • How difficult will it be to safely remove snow when needed?
  • Can you limit the size of a crew safely and responsibly?
SRS roof deflection alarms tell you when to act and also helps limit work-place exposure by qualifying how many contractors will be needed. Our alarm systems also show our team where contractors are required.

Know when and where to remove roof snow. Save time and money while maintaining a safe work environment with Safe Roof Systems. Contact SRS today for an on-line roof risk review and alarm system proposal.