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Eight safety checks to train your employees on before they climb up a ladder!

by , 29 May 2015
Working from heights is a high risk activity. And falls from ladders are a leading cause of serious head injuries and broken bones.

For example, if a ladder isn't stable, it could fall over and accidentally touch power lines. And your employees could be electrocuted and die!

Read on for eight safety checks you must train your workers on before they climb onto a ladder...

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Eight ladder safety checks to train your employees on


1. They shouldn't even attempt to climb on the ladder when they feel tired or dizzy.
2. Your employee must read the safety information labels on the ladder. The safety information is specific to the type of ladder it's on. So if he doesn't read this information, he isn't qualified to climb on the ladder.
3. Employees must under no circumstances use ladders in high winds or storms.
4. If the ladder is made of metal, he must make sure it's not rusting.

But that's not all! Read on for four more checks he must do…

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Four other checks for ladder safety


5. If the ladder has loose or missing parts, he should put it to one side so it doesn't get used. If the ladder is wobbly and sways or leans to the side mustn't be used either.

6. The ladder he chooses must be the right size for the job.

7. The proper angle for setting up a ladder is to place its base away from the wall.

8. Wear clean slip-resistant shoes.  Shoes with leather soles aren't good for ladder use since they aren't properly slip resistant.

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