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December 2018 Quicktakes

Protect Hurricane Recovery Workers Installing Blue Roof Tarps

image 4 - Protect Hurricane Recovery Workers Installing Blue Roof Tarps

Reinforced plastic tarps, commonly called “Blue Roofs,” provide temporary protection for the roofs of homes and other buildings damaged by a hurricane, tornadoes or other severe weather. When employees access roofs to install these tarps, they are at risk of falls, electrocutions and other hazards. OSHA has recommendations to help keep workers safe, such as to look for downed power lines, assess the roof condition, and never walk on the tarp.

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Catch Hazards more quickly with our Safety Observation App! Our app allows employees to quickly and easily record “one-off” safety observations.

Employee Participation 
Now employees can take their safety into their own hands by having the capability to make quick observations. Employees have the option to send the observations anonymously.

One-Off Observations
Our observation app helps you make quick observations in no time at all. Our simple app helps you communicate positive or negative observations to whoever.

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Print off PDFs of the reports to train employees on proper safety procedures, or award positive safety behaviors.

Our Reports
Schedule daily, weekly or monthly “Observation Reports” and have them delivered in Excel via email to designated contacts. Observations categorized as “High Severity” will be delivered in real-time via email. The system also includes a dashboard page that can be accessed from your Administrative Account.

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