At Roofers Cork City, we prioritize safety above all else. Our commitment to adhering to the safety standards set by Ireland is unwavering, as we understand the importance of ensuring the well-being of both our team members and customers. We strictly follow the regulations and guidelines put forth by the Irish authorities to guarantee that every roofing project we undertake is executed with the highest level of safety measures in place.

Our dedication to upholding safety standards is reflected in every project we undertake, from the initial assessment to the final touches. By putting the safety of our customers at the forefront of our operations, we ensure that each roofing project is carried out with precision and caution. Trust Roofers Cork City for all your roofing needs, knowing that our commitment to safety standards is unwavering and that your satisfaction and safety are our top priorities.

Safety Regulations We Follow

  1. All our roofing personnel must undergo proper safety training and certification to ensure they are knowledgeable about best practices and regulations.
  2. Regular safety inspections of equipment, tools, and work sites should be conducted to identify and address any hazards promptly.
  3. Adequate fall protection measures, such as guardrails, safety nets, and personal fall arrest systems, must be in place and used correctly at all times.
  4. Weather conditions should be monitored closely, and work should be halted during adverse weather conditions to prevent accidents and injuries.
  5. Proper communication and coordination among workers, supervisors, and other trades on the job site are essential to maintain a safe working environment.

Safety Health and Welfare at Work Regulations 2007

Roofers Cork City must adhere to safety and health regulations that impose responsibilities on employers, employees, and individuals associated with work activities. These regulations apply to all workplaces where work is being conducted and establish a framework for managing safety and health. Employers are required to consult with employees and provide a safe workplace, equipment, and materials.

The Health and Safety Authority (HSA)

Roofers Cork City is under the oversight of the Health and Safety Authority (HSA), a state-sponsored body established under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act of 1989. The HSA directly reports to the Minister of the Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Employment (DETE). This organization is responsible for overseeing health and safety in all industries and workplaces.

Contact Us

We are committed to upholding the highest safety standards in all our roofing projects. Rest assured that when you choose Roofers Cork City, you are choosing a team that prioritizes safety above all else. Contact us today for all your roofing needs. Feel free to reach out to us directly at 021 237 7809 or send us an email at