Working on Roofs
by: SMS Limited • 0
Combines the hazards and controls necessary for working on any roof with the particular requirements of different types of roof.
•Precautions for all roof work – describes the dangers common to all roof work and the best means of controlling the risks.
•Sloping Roofs – describes the particular hazards and controls that need to be addressed associated with this type of roof. Typically this type of work is associated with the building and maintenance of domestic dwellings.
•Industrial – describes the more common hazards and controls associated with large scale industrial and commercial premises.
•Flat roofs – describes the particular hazards and controls associated with flat roofs.
•Fragile roofs – describes the unique hazards and controls associated with the most dangerous of all roofing activities.
•Fragile components – describes the particular hazards and controls associated with fragile components such as roof lights and smoke vents.
This app uses information and Regulations applicable to the UK Construction industry. Users in other industries and countries may also find the information useful.
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