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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards cover ladder inspection and safe use procedures.
A ladder’s rating (I-AA, I-A, I, II, III) tells you:
When you work around electricity, you should use a metal ladder.
To prevent falls, ladder rungs and step surfaces should be:
If a ladder is damaged or has parts missing, you should:
A ladder should extend:
The distance between the ladder’s base and the surface it leans against should be:
The maximum amount of people allowed on a ladder is:
When you climb a ladder, you should face the ladder and keep 3 points of contact.
The best way to carry tools on a ladder is:
Before working on a stepladder, you need to be aware of and avoid physical and health hazards.
You should inspect a ladder each time it is used.
If your ladder is not quite tall enough, it is OK to set it up on top of a stack of pallets.
If your inspection reveals damage or missing parts to the ladder, you should tag the ladder “DO NOT USE” and get another ladder.
Before you set up your ladder, you should check for the presence of mobile equipment or other traffic that could strike the ladder.
Which of these is safe work practice to use when you will be working from a stepladder?
Which of these is NOT a safe work practice to use when you will be working from a stepladder?
When you are climbing a ladder, you should always maintain which three points of contact?
Any stepladder may also be used as a scaffold if you lay it flat.
If you need to move your ladder, it is OK to leave your work materials on the ladder while you climb down and relocate it.