Our Safety Standard

“Our goal is to bring back our field workers back home the same way they left this morning.”

At our company, safety is a top priority. We have established rigorous safety standards and protocols to ensure the well-being of our team members and clients.

Safety is our #1 priority!

At ROJANI, each employee is extensively trained to use the safest methods to perform their work. Employees are required to complete an in-house safety course on safe practices and working procedures. Along with obtaining appropriate on-the-job training, ROJANI also complies with all local, federal, OSHA and ANSI/IWCA I-14 window cleaning safety standards. 

Prioritizing Safety: Our Comprehensive Approach to Ensuring Protection for Personnel and Clients

ROJANI teams with National Society of Professional Engineers™ (NSPE™)-registered professional engineers (PEs) to evaluate every work location to emphasize safety while providing our customers with additional value-added services such as annual roof inspections where warranted.

Annual roof inspections consist of a visual and physical inspection of the previously inspected, engineered and permanently installed anchors and suspended maintenance equipment.

The inspection is conducted by a qualified inspector under the supervision of a PE to ensure that the anchors and suspended maintenance equipment are in safe operating condition and have not degraded due to wear, decay, or lack of maintenance.


ROJANI proposes to perform the following inspections, including, but not limited to:

  • inspection of all exterior window systems
  • inspection of the window caulking and seals and frame to building seals during the course of window cleaning
  • notation of such inspections by floor, building, and the extent of distress observed
  • where needed, taking digital photographs documenting the damage and/or distress for review by building engineering staff
  • areas requiring repair that are identified during the course of the work shall be documented and reported to the customer
  • inspection of all windows on all buildings as described in the project specifications
  • inspection of all window system glass, frames and sealants, reporting any defects or deficiencies with photographic documentation as described above to the customer


ROJANI prioritizes safety by providing necessary protection such as shielding, barricades, and warning signs to ensure the safety of personnel and equipment during the project.

We will install and remove these protections and provide a written work and safety plan addressing potential risks and steps taken to mitigate them, including fall protection and emergency procedures.

Daily inspections are conducted to ensure personnel safety and equipment readiness, and certifications for wire ropes and working platforms will be provided as required.

A written work plan and safety plan will be provided during pre-project meetings and may be approved by the customer prior to the start of work.

Building Anchorage

ROJANI will review records of the weight testing data and annual inspections of permanent building anchorage systems used for exterior building maintenance where needed. ROJANI is responsible for requesting review of these records as needed. All customer property will be protected at all times when overhead work is in progress.

Personal Protective Equipment

ROJANI personnel involved in the work shall have in their possession at all times and use, as required, any and all safety equipment prescribed by OSHA and/or other federal, state and local regulations.

Regulatory Compliance

ROJANI will comply with the occupational health and safety standards as set forth in OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and ANSI/ICWA 1 14, the Window Cleaning Safety Standard, for exterior building maintenance operations. ROJANI is available to meet with any required Fire Marshal and Environmental Health and Safety personnel as needed and provides assurance that our company and our personnel will follow all facility safety policies.

Green Purchasing Plan

ROJANI is committed to purchasing and using cleaning products that are designed to minimize negative impacts on public health and the environment. All products and chemicals either meet or exceed the EPA’s published guidelines or have been certified as environmentally preferable by leading independent organizations such as Green Seal™.