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Ladder Accidents: Potentially Deadly, Always Preventable

Ladder Accidents: Potentially Deadly, Always Preventable
16/03/2020

Everyone should take ladder safety seriously. In fact, a company was recently fined after an electrician fell to his death from a stepladder. Why such harsh treatment? The truth is that most falls from height that cause injuries or death involve ladders. This high risk activity must be taken seriously, and precautions put into place. The following tips will help you avoid ladder accidents on your job sites.

Know The Risks And Consequences of Working From a Height The risks of working at heights is quite high. It’s your responsibility to mitigate those risks. To do so, you must plan any work done at a height carefully, and choose methods and equipment that pose the least amount of danger.

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