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Choosing a Health and Safety Certified Roofing Contractor

Publication date:
March 10, 2018
Article Summary: 

When commercial property owners face the need for roof leak repairs or other roofing services, it is crucial to address these issues promptly to minimize disruptions for tenants, clients, and staff. However, the urgency and unexpected nature of these repairs can sometimes lead owners to prioritize cost savings over quality, potentially resulting in more significant expenses in the long term if the work is handled by inexperienced or unqualified individuals.

To ensure the structural integrity and optimal performance of their roofs, property owners should invest in the services of certified roofing contractors. Can-Sky Roofing is a reputable choice, offering skilled and experienced professionals who are also health and safety certified. As an affiliate of the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA), Can-Sky Roofing adheres to high standards of safety education, particularly for high-risk activities like working at heights. The IHSA administers the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program in Ontario, which certifies that firms have effective health and safety management systems. Can-Sky Roofing is currently in the process of becoming COR-certified, enabling them to bid on both public and private projects.

Additionally, property owners can seek third-party certifications from organizations like ISNetworld and ContractorCheck. These groups ensure that contractors maintain proper insurance, safety programs, and compliance with health and safety regulations. Selecting health and safety certified roofers, such as those from Can-Sky Roofing, is essential for safe and effective roof repairs.


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Choosing a Health and Safety Certified Roofing Contractor
March 10, 2018
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