So im on my second year and ive picked up a few commercial jobs. Ive done some casino roof tops (white ‘‘vinyl’’ type roofs) some sidewalk/curb work on warehouses and this week I picked up the hardest job ive had to do so far. It was large commercial/residential building with insane amounts of foot traffic. To get to the point, as we were working the General Managers showed up to look at the work we were doing. Today the person who hired me (property manager) told me he loves the work, its good quality BUT said that the general managers told him that if they want to do business i should have had a bridge put under the hoses as they notices people with strollers having a hard time going through them and also we didnt use caution signs. So obviously i just learned 2 lessons, but i would like to ask other experienced guys that do commercial: What other things should i have/do to make things safer??
Any help is appreciated.