Ladder Safety Graphic: Use the Right Ladder for the Job

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Here’s a ladder safety graphic that reminds us about the importance of selecting the right ladder for the job.

How To Use This Graphic

Feel free to use this graphic in any of your safety documents (toolbox talks, safety meetings, etc.). Simply right click on the image, and select “copy image”. Then navigate to your document and paste it in. You can also save this image to your computer by right clicking on it and selecting “save as”.

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Graphic: Inspect Ladders Before Use

This graphic provides a great reminder about the importance of inspecting all ladders before use.

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How To Use This Graphic

Feel free to use this graphic in any of your safety documents (toolbox talks, safety meetings, etc.). Simply right click on the image, and select “copy image”. Then navigate to your document and paste it in. You can also save this image to your computer by right clicking on it and selecting “save as”.

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Use Three-Point Contact on a Ladder

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When we use ladders regularly on the job, we may be tempted to take a few risks to make the job a little faster. This graphic provides a nice refresher on how to use ladders safely.

How To Use This Graphic

Feel free to use this graphic in any of your safety documents (toolbox talks, safety meetings, etc.). Simply right click on the image, and select “copy image”. Then navigate to your document and paste it in. You can also save this image to your computer by right clicking on it and selecting “save as”.

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Damaged Ladder Infographic++

Damaged ladders can create a real safety issue on the job. So, what should you do when you encounter this challenge at work? Here’s an infographic to remind you!

How To Use This Graphic

Feel free to use this graphic in any of your safety documents (toolbox talks, safety meetings, etc.). Simply right click on the image, and select “copy image”. Then navigate to your document and paste it in. You can also save this image to your computer by right clicking on it and selecting “save as”.

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