Welcome to the Advisory Committee for Roofsafety Web site.
This is the home page of the ACR - the UK’s leading authority on roofwork and roof safety.
The Advisory Committee for Roofsafety (previously known as the Advisory Committee for Roofwork) is a body dedicated to making working on roofs safer. It was established in 1998 and is made up of nominees from Trade Associations and Organisations involved in Roofwork who provide the experience of many years of involvement in working on roofs in the advice given in their documents
The Committee’s aim is to provide you with useful free information that it hopes will makes it easier for you to carry out work on roofs safely.
As well as defining the UK’s only test, recognized by the Health & Safety Executive, which determines the non fragility status of roofing products, producing publications about safe working practices on both fragile and non fragile surfaces and other roof safety issues, the Committee also operate a complaints procedure to settle disputes about the validity of non fragility claims made by manufacturers, installers and suppliers of roofing products.
In this site, you will discover all about the UK leading committee on roofwork and roof safety and it’s free publications
Feel free to browse around the site. If you have comments or questions about the publications or services, simply need more information ,or have a roofwork or roof safety issue you would like the Committee to consider please contact us.
For the latest information about updates and revisions to ACR publications please check the ACR news page.
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