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What are the common licenses a roofing contractor should hold?
Here are some of the common licenses that the best roofing contractors hold:
• White Card (previously known as Green Card) – A safety course which a worker has to complete in order to work at commercial sites.
• Safe Working at Height – A safety course which a worker is required to complete (usually by the customer) in order to work at sites with height challenges.
• License for removal of asbestos – Required to carry out the operation of asbestos removal. • License for inspecting and tagging electrical equipment – Every single power tool used at site needs to be inspected and tagged four times a year by a Licensed person.
• Scizzor Lift and Elevated Work Platform License – Required to operate the appropriate machinery used for most commercial projects.
• First Aid;
What are the common insurance covers a roofing contractor should hold?
Here are some of the common insurance covers that the best roofing contractors hold:
• Public Liability Insurance – Insure general public from injury at the site during the course of the project. It covers all the employees in the company.
• Workcover Insurance – Insure workers from on-site injuries.
• Comprehensive Vehicle Insurance – Insure company vehicle from damage caused by employees who drive the vehicle. This insurance ensures that the customer will not be left with a large bill, should the vehicle be damaged in an accident.