PROFESSIONAL WINDOW CLEANING AND JANITORIAL SERVICES IN HIGHLAND PARK
Shine On Group is a comprehensive window cleaning and janitorial service that provides a wide range of services for both home and business owners in Highland Park and the surrounding Northern Illinois area. We do interior and exterior windows for all structures no matter how tall. So whether you live in a one-story small home, a mid-size condominium, or a massive highrise in downtown Highland Park, we can provide the same high-level service with no problems at all. Count on us when you want fast, efficient service, affordable rates that say within your budget, and dependable work with amazing results.
Highrise Window Cleaning
There’s nothing easy about cleaning large structures. It’s a hazardous job that requires absolute skill and precision. Getting the right team to do the job is absolutely essential. At Shine On Group all of our staff are Illinois licensed, certified, and insured in order to guarantee that every window is completely cleaned in a manner that safe and professional. We don’t take shortcuts or chances, and we utilize the most advanced equipment anywhere in the industry to to get the results you want. We take pride in our work and want you to take pride in your property. We are the commercial window cleaning specialists in Northern Illinois.
Industrial Rope Access (IRA)
Shine On Group employs SPRAT (Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians) certified employees that utilize IRA (Industrial Rope Access) in order to meet the needs of our clients. IRA (Industrial Rope Access) is used in a wide range of maintenance, repair, inspection, and access work which requires access to difficult or technical areas that would otherwise be unreachable. This method allows building owners and management to stay compliant with OSHA’s ruling on anchorage systems (OSHA 1910.27) while at the same time continuing to still be cost efficient. Shine On Group is utilizing IRA (Industrial Rope Access) as it’s overall methodology boasts an unrivaled safety record, uses advanced equipment, and removes the need for invasive costly swing staging/scaffolding equipment that can be a disruption to a building’s environment.
Go With The Pros
At Shine On Group we have built a reputation in Highland Park and the surrounding Northern Illinois area as a business that our clients can depend for the highest level of customer service. We work very closely with each of our clients in order to insure that the job is done right the first time and that every detail of your windows or room is cleaned. We always encourage you to inspect our work, and when you are happy, then the job is done. Please contact a Shine On Group cleaning technician today and discover how we can help you with your office and window needs.
Highland Park, IL
OSHA 1910.28 Duty to have Fall Protection & Protection from Falling Objects – Important things to know 6/6
WORK on LOW SLOPE ROOFS: 1910.28(b)(13) – a new position by OSHA, establishes fall protection requirements when workers perform work on low slope roofs (refer back to page 4 for definition). The type of protection required depends on the distance working from the roof...
OSHA 1910.28 Duty to have Fall Protection & Protection from Falling Objects – Important things to know 5/6
STAIRWAYS: 1910.28(b)(11) – requires employers to protect workers from falling off stairway landings and exposed sides of stairways. Unprotected sides or edges of a stairway landing four feet or more above a lower level, must be protected by a guardrail or stair rail...
OSHA 1910.28 Duty to have Fall Protection & Protection from Falling Objects – Important things to know 4/6
FIXED LADDERS (that extend more than 24 feet above a lower level): 1910.28(b)(9) – requires employers to provide fall protection to fixed ladders more than 24-feet above a lower level. This also applies to existing ladder systems, if sections are repaired or...
OSHA 1910.28 Duty to have Fall Protection & Protection from Falling Objects – Important things to know 3/6
HOLES: 1910.28(b)(3) – the ruling requires employers to protect workers from falling into or through any hole, including skylights, stairway holes, ladderway floor holes, hatchway and chute-floor holes, and other holes on roofs. A “hole” is defined as an open space...
OSHA 1910.28 Duty to have Fall Protection & Protection from Falling Objects – Important things to know 2/6
OSHA defines fall protection as- “any equipment, device, or system that prevents a worker from falling from an elevation or mitigates the effect of such a fall.” Under the final rule, employers may choose from the following fall protection options: Guardrail System –...
OSHA 1910.28 Duty to have Fall Protection & Protection from Falling Objects – Important things to know 1/6
This section is the first of three new sections in subpart D that consolidate requirements relative to fall protection and falling object protection. The others are 1910.29 Fall Protection Systems and Falling Object Protection Criteria and Practices and 1910.30...
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