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Ladders need to be inspected by a qualified person for visible defects before each use....For wooden ladders also inspect the followings: integrity of rungs and rails. chips, splits, cracks and splinters in the rails. holes and knots. loose / wiggly parts. painted wooden parts (transparent paint is OK)
1:46 3:00 Werner Ladder - Ladder Inspection - YouTube YouTube Start of suggested clip End of suggested clip Use the same process when inspecting an extension ladder begin at the bottom and work your way toMoreUse the same process when inspecting an extension ladder begin at the bottom and work your way to the top closely examine the feet to make sure the foot pads are not missing or torn.
Each step or rung of a fixed ladder must be able to support a load of at least 250 pounds (114 kg) applied in the middle of the step or rung. Minimum clear distance between the sides of individual rung/step ladders and between the side rails of other fixed ladders must be 16 inches (41 cm).
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ladder standards do not require manufacturers to label ladders with instructions and warnings. Manufacturers of ladders attach the labels to provide information for safe use, and to protect themselves in liability action from any misuse of the ladder.
Ladders shall be inspected by a competent person for visible defects on a periodic basis and after any occurrence that could affect their safe use.
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It is a common misconception that fixed access ladders, stairs and walkways don't need regular inspection. However, this is not the case! All these items require regular inspection, as they fall under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (P.U.W.E.R) 1998.
They must be inspected regularly to ensure that they are in safe condition. So when should you inspect a ladder and by whom? \u2013 By the user each time before they are used. \u2013 By someone carrying out a formal inspection every 3 to 6 months (records should be kept of these formal inspections).
Under the General Requirements for all ladders, 29 CFR 1910.23(b)(11-13), OSHA addresses proper ladder climbing technique When ascending or descending a ladder, employees must always maintain three points of contact by: Facing the ladder. Using at least one hand to firmly grasp the ladder.
They must be inspected regularly to ensure that they are in safe condition. So when should you inspect a ladder and by whom? \u2013 By the user each time before they are used. \u2013 By someone carrying out a formal inspection every 3 to 6 months (records should be kept of these formal inspections).
The Work at Height Regulations 2005 is enforced to place duties on any employer or self-employed person and apply to all work at a height were there are risks of falling that could cause a personal injury. It is now also required by law to have a ladder inspection label to show that a ladder is safe to use.

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