Our organization works with a broad array of marketplace stakeholders to ensure that, as a group, we maintain the highest of workmanship standards. Our current industry affiliations include the following:
International Window Cleaning Association
We’ve been proud members of the IWCA for over a decade, and our team members serve on various industry committees related to the organization. The IWCA Safety Training programs adhere to OSHA regulations and are based on their long standing OSHA Alliance relationship with Federal OSHA. They are one of only a handful of organizations to hold this esteemed distinction. This sets their training far apart from any other organizations and offerings available today.
The IWCA Safety Certification Program provides our technicians the training and knowledge to be safe, well trained, and educated window cleaners. They can pursue one or more of the following Certifications:
- Route/Residential Certification
- Commercial Ground-Based Certification
- Rope Descent System Certification
Our technicians are also enrolled learners in CAMPUS IWCA, which offers online courses, safety videos and webinars designed to keep them current on health, safety, operations and other issues critical to the success of Madison Window Cleaning Co Inc
Expert Safety Services
In addition to our thorough ongoing professional in house training our window cleaning technicians receive training from Expert Safety Services, one of the best training resources available in the industry. The courses consist both of classroom and hands on residential, commercial and high rise rope descent safety training that occurs on a recurring basis so our technicians are properly training and following the most up to date safety standards and requirements. The Residential & Commercial Window Cleaning Safety course covers ladder safety centering around extension, stack, step and telescoping ladders with emphasis on proper set up, inspection, and use based on OSHA 1910.23. The class also covers Chemical Safety, Water Fed Pole Safety, Electrical Hazards, Noise Control, Personal Protective Equipment and First Aid. Specific emphasis is given to residential and commercial fall protection systems while accessing roofs utilizing OSHA 1910.30 as guideline for training requirements. This class will also teach those attending how to prepare a Job Hazard Analysis. Water Fed Pole safety training is also covered focusing on the 5 main areas of Water Fed Safety- Fall Hazards, Electrical, Traffic, Slips and Falls and Ergonomics. The Rope Descent System course covers Rope Descent Systems as defined by OSHA 1910 SubPart D. The training focuses heavily on OSHA 1910.30 which lays out the training requirements for such work as well as OSHA 1910.27. Equipment is discussed and trained extensively in both proper use, inspection and a log book program. Rescue programs are discussed and self and partner rescue is trained as well.
Expert Safety Services also offer Anchor Certification Services.
Madison Window Cleaning holds an A+ rating on Angie’s List, as rated by our previous clientele. Our consistently high ratings further cement our reputation as leaders in the marketplace, and show the company is responsive to client requirements on an individual basis.
Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
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