Rooftop Safety

Annual Inspections Program of Safety Equipment

Making Roof Access Safety & Compliance Easy

Annual inspections of your roof access and safety equipment are conducted in accordance with the latest applicable standards in your region. It is part of every employers obligation, and the right of every employee, to be working in a safe environment. The roof safety inspections program is currently being offered in the Greater Toronto Area and will be expanding to all of Canada.

Our safety experts visually review your roof’s fall protection systems, ensuring its integrity and functionality are not compromised.  An inspection by our safety experts provides a clear picture of the state of your roof’s access and safety equipment.

We conduct a complete health check of your equipment and produce an in-depth inspection report so you have a clear understanding of which fall protection solutions need your immediate and long-term attention.  Our experts will take the time to explain whether the situation warrants a one-off repair to extend the product’s life and/or if a replacement is needed.  Ensuring you have a compliant and safe environment for anyone approved to work on your rooftop.

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Annual inspections of roof access and safety equipment are essential to ensure the site is compliant with local safety standards, creating a safe working environment for employees and contractors. Safety is not a “set it and done activity”; it is something that we should be continually striving to improve and review the systems and processes that are in place are still working as intended. Looking for improvements is part of ensuring a safe rooftop. Discovering safety by accident is not an option.

The primary benefit of being proactive and scheduling routine inspections of your roof access and safety equipment is ensuring the safety of those working at your facility. For example, in Ontario, the occupational health and safety act states that employers and supervisors must take every reasonable precaution to protect a worker. Completing an annual safety equipment inspection ensures you have done your due diligence to reduce the risk of falling from your rooftop. Making it beneficial from a liability standpoint and, most importantly, the safety of each employee or contractor on-site. 

An inspection of the access and safety equipment found on your rooftop includes the following:

  •  A meeting prior to arriving on-site to ensure there is a clear understanding of the layout of the roof and the areas of great concern. If available, we may ask for a list of equipment along with drawings to help prepare ourselves for the site visit.
  • A scheduled on-site visit with one of our fall protection specialists, where we will be reviewing the guardrails/barriers, access ladders, crossovers, walkways and more for any concerns with the integrity of such solutions.
  • A report is created based on our findings and shared with your team. The report will include the reviewed equipment and short-term and long-term recommendations.
Contact our fall protection safety specialists team to learn more and receive a detailed explanation of the process. 

An inspection report of the safety equipment on your rooftop will help identify areas of concern and which products may need to be updated or replaced to keep the solution’s integrity. By being proactive in your journey to creating a safe working environment, you are not only creating a safe working environment but also staying compliant with local regulations. Ultimately reducing liability concerns and the personal liability of the building owner/employer (per the Westray Law Bill C-45).

Depending on the damage to the equipment, there may be an opportunity to replace a section of the unit. For example, if over time a guardrail post has corroded and is no longer secure, then if the system is modular the post can be replaced. If the unit is fully welded or has multiple areas of concern then it may be more cost-effective to replace it with an up-to-date solution.

Simply fill out the form below if you would like one of our safety specialists to contact you to discuss the inspection program further.

Here is a brief overview of the process when scheduling a rooftop inspection.

  • Submit the form below to start the inquiry process.
  • A safety specialist will contact you, provide you with the detailed process, and book your first meeting.
  • During your first meeting, you will discuss the safety solutions found on your rooftop along with the layout of your rooftop.
  • An on-site visit is scheduled with a key contact that will be on-site to ensure we have approved access to the roof.
  • You can choose to accompany the safety specialist along the review process.
  • A meeting is scheduled to review the findings, with the report provided before the meeting.
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