NRCA's Enterprise Risk Management monitors health, safety, insurance, legislative and regulatory issues affecting the roofing industry. Staff members provide roofing contractors with information about such issues through four committees. They develop and maintain products and programs to assist contractors in meeting their loss-control and regulatory compliance responsibilities.

Enterprise Risk Management designs, develops and/or delivers a number of safety, health and management classes offered by NRCA, including the OSHA 10- and 30-hour programs; For Foremen Only; NRCA/MRCA Certified Roofing Torch Applicator Program; Train-the-Trainer; and Roofing Industry Fall Protection from A to Z. In particular, staff is responsible for NRCA's Future Executive Institute (FEI), three-year executive education leadership program held at Northwestern University's No. 1-rated Kellogg School of Management.

Enterprise Risk Management

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National Safety Stand-Down Week

NRCA supports OSHA's National Safety Stand-Down Week to raise awareness among employers and workers about the hazards of falls in the construction industry.


Silica Regulation Resources (Members Only)

NRCA has developed tools for contractors to use to comply with provisions of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) new regulation targeted at respirable crystalline silica (RCS) in the workplace.



NRCA's Toolbox Talks
NRCA's Toolbox Talks

Teaching safety never has been this easy!
NRCA's Toolbox Talks is designed specifically for foremen and trainers to review an important safety lesson with their crews each week.


Webinar Recording
OSHA National Safety Stand-Down Week Webinar Series

Don't miss this unique opportunity to stay current with the latest fall-protection compliance strategies to keep your workers safe.

The Epidemic is Real
Facts about fatalities

The roofing industry needs more hard data to help prevent falls

Professional Roofing May 2020