Buildings Magazine Showcases D. C. Taylor Co.’s Fall Protection Service
Cedar Rapids, IA (June 11, 2015) – D. C. Taylor Co. is excited to be included in the June issue of Buildings magazine and on the publication’s website, Buildings.com. The roofing contractor’s Permanent Fall Protection Installation Service was selected as one of the publication’s 83 Money-Saving Products. The 2015 round-up of products and services is meant to help facilities professionals who are constantly asked to do more with less. Selections were made by the publication’s team of editors.
The installation of permanent fall protection is a cost avoidance measure for building owners. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the cost of every construction fall from an elevation (fatal or not) is estimated by worker’s compensation providers to be between $50,000-$106,000.
D. C. Taylor Co. has been helping its customers prevent rooftop falls since 2006 when the roofing contractor first began installing permanent fall protection solutions (e.g. fall arrest anchors, horizontal lifeline, guardrails, fixed ladders, and skylight screens).
D. C. Taylor Co.’s Permanent Fall Protection Installation Service evaluates a facility’s structure, processes, and personnel activities to identify fall hazard exposures. By documenting this information and interviewing a facility representative, D. C. Taylor Co. professionals are able to assess multiple aspects of fall risk and propose and install the most effective fall protection solutions.
About D. C. Taylor Co.
D. C. Taylor Co. is a roofing contractor with more than 60 years of experience installing, repairing, and maintaining roofs at commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities. With service centers in six states and more than 60 service and roofing crews, D. C. Taylor Co. is poised to respond to customer needs quickly and efficiently. For more information on D. C. Taylor Co., visit www.dctaylorco.com.
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