Roofers' Occupational Risks
In the construction industry, there are many sub parts that should be done in large groups such as surface refining, masonry, and other concerns to build the wanted building design. One of the most vital part of every seen building around the world and shines the most is the roof. They are largely done in group of roofers where they work atop of a certain building.
So, who is a roofer? A roofer or roof mechanic is a specialized tradesperson who are mainly called or contracted and heavily involved in roof construction, arrangements, repair, and installment of roof in buildings using different materials to cater every buildings' needs and inadequancies in terms of weather and environment protection.
In extension, roofers do work as well on covering new or old roofs with various materials such as asphalt, bitumen, plastic sheets, ceramic tiles, slate plates, and wooden thatch, and others.
Dangers of this Occupation
According to International Labour Organization (ILO) previous researches, they have came up with some preventive measures to minimize the risks mentioned above such as:
Call your Lawyer
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