Our ladders vary in size and manufacturer, so you can select the tool you need within your budget. Ensure your team knows the ins and outs of ladder ownership and safety with our Project Uptime article Ladder Safety Tips Even Construction Pros Forget.
Learn more about our ladders in our FAQs section below.
Ladders should be stored horizontally when not in use. If stored vertically, ladders can fall, damaging nearby items or injuring people. They can be secured using hooks, straps or other tie-downs, and then be suspended horizontally on walls of workshops and garages or in racks in vans or work trucks.
Inspect your ladder before each use. Check to see if there is any damage, loose rungs or unstable feet. Ladders should also be inspected after an incident, like a fall, to ensure the ladder is not damaged. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, ladders with damaged or missing rivets or rungs/steps, damaged siderails or any other structural defect should be removed from the worksite or tagged as unusable if left on the worksite.