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Ladder Safety
Falls from ladders are common to virtually all industries. Ladders can be at the root of incidents when: they are not held, tied off, or otherwise secured they are slippery and workers lose their footings on rungs or steps workers do not hold on to the ladder properly when climbing workers take unsafe positions (such as leaning out too far) ladders are kept in service with defects high winds cause them to topple stabilizers are not used when appropriate This course provides a practical introduction to working safely with ladders (step, extension, and fixed ladders). The course focuses on the duties of the employee when using a ladder - inspection before use, proper set up of ladder, and how to work safely while on the ladder.


$26.00 + HST


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