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September 22, 2017 No Comments

Former NRCA President, Tecta America Co-Founder Don McNamara has Died

Former NRCA President, Tecta America Co-Founder Don McNamara has Died

The roofing industry is mourning the loss of one its long-time leaders in Don McNamara.

McNamara, 81, was the former owner of Milwaukee-based F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing Co., Inc. (FJAC) for decades and was an influential figure in both regional and national roofing associations.

A graduate of Marquette University Law School, McNamara became a CPA and started his professional career as a tax attorney. He then joined one of his clients and became majority owner of FJAC in 1967. He retired in 1995, but rejoined his family business to lead it toward the consolidation of companies that formed Tecta America Corp. in 2000.

“It is a rare talent to have someone like Don who could manage and control all the type-A people at the beginning of Read More

September 22, 2017 No Comments

Have a Policy for Side Jobs and Moonlighting

Have a Policy for Side Jobs and Moonlighting

RCS Influencer Michael Hicks says this his company allows side jobs but with conditions.

Our policy is fairly simple and straightforward. Side jobs are permitted with a few qualifiers:

  1. It can’t be any larger than 10 squares. If it’s bigger than 10 squares have the owner contact us and if we get the job there’s a commission for the reference.
  2. If you do a side job, you need to buy the materials from the company
  3. In no way can a side job interfere with your work duties at the company
  4. Work for a competitor and you’re done

Although I recently had several guys doing a weekend side job for a “company,” if you could call a pick-up truck and some hand tools out of the garage a

September 22, 2017 No Comments

OSHA Pulls Back on Public Shaming

OSHA Pulls Back on Public Shaming

OSHA has been backing down on the number of press releases naming alleged safety violators and recently removed names from its website.

By Karen Edwards, RCS Editor.

A recent article by Business Insurance says the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is continuing to shift away from its policy of publicly shaming employers for workplace safety incidents. Workplace fatality data has been recently removed from the OSHA website. The site used to feature a section that stated the number of people who lost their lives on the job each year and listed the names of thos