Safe Work Distance Finally Established for Service Work on Low-Slope Roofs

December 1, 2016

 

In the past, mechanical service technicians were required to have fall prevention or protection systems in place while servicing HVAC equipment on flat roofs, regardless of how far they were working from the roof’s edge. OSHA’s newly  revised walking-working surfaces rule now allows service technicians to perform their tasks without fall prevention or protection systems, but only under specified conditions.

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Congrats to USE’s @sarabethrose4 for publishing in the Spring 2019 Professional Constructor! She will also appear on a panel at “Women in the Mechanical Industry” in June. We’re proud you’re on our team, Sarabeth! @MSCA_Service @MCAANews @ProConstructors

Congratulations to Atomatic Mechanical Services and Wiegmann Associates!

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Join us at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs this October for MSCA19!

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