YOUR PREMIER WINDOW CLEANING GROUP IN LAKE FOREST
In Lake Forest and the surrounding Northern Illinois area both home and business owners turn to Shine On Group for all their window and interior cleaning needs. We a complete package of services that range from standard interior and exterior window cleaning all the way to detailed janitorial services for high-rises, office buildings, condominiums, hotels, apartments, and even larger homes and estates. With Shine On Group you get the benefit of partnering with the most qualified window cleaning professionals in the industry today. We pride ourselves in being able to deliver amazing results on every job we do, which brings you the highest level of satisfaction every time.
Safe and Reliable Work
At Shine On Group safety is always our primary concern. We work on some of the tallest buildings in Northern Illinois. This requires the both the expertise and training of certified professionals who know what they’re doing. We utilize the most advanced state of the art technology in order to guarantee that every job is done in a safe and effective manner. We never take shortcuts or take chances with the lives of our staff or clients. Don’t settle for less than the absolute best for your Lake Forest home or business. Hire a company that truly cares about our work and our people. Call Shine On Group today!
We Do Highrises in Lake Forest
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 highrise 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.
Lake Forest, IL
This section adds training requirements to 29 CFR 1910, subpart D, requiring training on fall and equipment hazards, as well as the requirement for retraining, if necessary. 1910.30(a)(2) The employer must ensure that each employee is trained by a qualified person,...
OSHA 1910.29 Fall Protection Systems & Falling Object Protection- Criteria and Practices – 5/5 – Important things to know
PROTECTION FROM FALLING OBJECTS: 1910.29(k) – the employer must ensure workers are protected from falling objects (1910.28(c) also relevant). OSHA defines falling object protections as the need to ensure: Toeboards used for falling object protection are: Of...
OSHA 1910.29 Fall Protection Systems & Falling Object Protection- Criteria and Practices – 4/5 – Important things to know
ADDER SAFETY SYSTEMS: 1910.29(i) – establishes the criteria/practices, for ladder safety systems permanently attached to fixed ladders, or immediately adjacent to ladders. Workers must be able to climb up or down with both hands free for climbing. And the system does...
OSHA 1910.29 Fall Protection Systems & Falling Object Protection- Criteria and Practices – 3/5 – Important things to know
HANDRAIL and STAIR RAIL SYSTEMS: 1910.29(f) – this section establishes the criteria/practices for handrail and stair rail systems, addressing height, finger clearances, surfaces, stair rail opening, handholds, projection hazards, and strength. Handrails must be not...
OSHA 1910.29 Fall Protection Systems & Falling Object Protection- Criteria and Practices – 2/5 – Important things to know
DESIGNATED AREAS- WARNING LINES: 1910.29(d) – this section establishes the criteria and practices for “Designated Areas,” which in the final rule in 1910.21(b), defines as “a distinct portion of a walking-working surface delineated by a warning line, in which...
OSHA 1910.29 Fall Protection Systems & Falling Object Protection- Criteria and Practices – 1/5 – Important things to know
GUARDRAIL SYSTEMS: 1910.29(b) – states the specific requirements for the minimum and maximum height of guardrail systems. For guardrails, the General Industry regulations are now aligned with the Construction rules. The requirement for the top rail is 42-inches, plus...
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