Watertight is a proud member of the NRCA. Today we are celebrating employee training as part of National Roofing Week. As a company, we feel that keeping our TEAM trained and updated on all the new roofing systems and technology is vital to our success. As a company, we provide the following training for our employees: lift-forklift & aerial lift, torch, fall protection, 10 & 30-hour OSHA construction safety and health, torch applicator, rigging/signal person, and any additional training that will benefit our TEAM to make them stronger and keep them safe.
Look at our new hats… We would love for you to sport our new look…
Look at the new roofing system that our crew is working on installing at Paulding County 911 & EOC in Dallas, GA! We are proud of the progress our crew has made this week.
Safety is our top priority here at WRS. Weekly our crew leaders hold onsite job safety meetings to ensure that all team members stayed informed.
Roofing Contractor,http://www.roofingcontractor.com/quiz/test-your-ladder-safety-knowledge#.Vz3IcoErqhA. , is offering monthly safety knowledge quizzes. This month’s Test Your Knowledge quiz covers ladder safety. Each one of our crew member’s will be taking this short quiz tomorrow just as a reminder or refresher. The crew leaders will discuss ladder safety in detail with their crews.
With the summer months quickly approaching our work load grows daily. Currently we are looking for roofer helpers to join our team. Our company specializes in commercial and industrial roofing. We install the following roofing systems- TPO, BUR, Mod Bit, EPDM, Standing Seam Metal, Metal Wall Panels, Shingles, and Slate. If you have determination to learn then we have the patience to teach and train you. Our employees are one of our biggest assets.
In observance of National Safety Stand Down Week- May 02- 06, https://www.osha.gov/StopFallsStandDown/index.html, our field crews have hosted several safety lessons on preventing falls in construction. This morning each of our crew leaders lead a safety lesson with their crews instructing them on proper ladder set up, inspections of the ladders, and safe work practices for climbing and carrying ladders. Our crew leaders constantly review fall preventing lessons with our on weekly bases.
Last Friday morning our team members meet to discuss and demonstrate the purpose and how to properly use fall protection equipment. Each member of our staff demonstrated the proper and correct way of wearing a harness; checked their safety ropes, and d-rings for damage. Our foreman discussed the proper way to rescue a fallen team member and the importance of time. Our employee’s safety is our biggest priority!
Employment Opportunity – Job Site Superintendent
The Superintendent position will manage and control assigned projects, including overseeing field operations, site safety, productivity, schedule, quality work, and supplier coordination. The superintendent reports directly to the superintendent and works in conjunction with the Project Manager leading the project team. Continue reading “Job Site Superintendent Needed”
The foreman position will manage and control assigned projects, including overseeing field operations, site safety, productivity, schedule, quality work, and supplier coordination. The foreman reports directly to the superintendent and works in conjunction with the Project Manager leading the project team. Continue reading “Employment Opportunity — Commercial Roof Foreman”