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Workers who use ladders in any industry risk permanent injury or death from falls and electrocutions. These hazards can be eliminated or substantially reduced by following good safety practices. Employers must train each worker to recognize and minimize ladder-related hazards. This safety topic covers common step ladder hazards to avoid, ladder inspections, safe ladder set-up and use, a review of a tragic ladder incident, and relevant OSHA standards that pertain to ladder safety.

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OSHA QuickCard - Portable Ladder Safety

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OSHA Booklet - Stairways and Ladders

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CA/FACE Incident Case Report 16CA006

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Weeklysafety.com exclusive safety meeting topic for workers in any industry that covers common step ladder hazards to avoid, ladder inspections, safe ladder set-up and use, a review of a tragic ladder incident, and relevant OSHA standards that pertain to ladder safety.

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