• Extension ladder

  • A frame ladder

  • Special use lean ladder

  • Special use A frame leaner "Louisville"

  • Ladders should be inspected prior to use for damage or defects. Broken ladders should be placed out of service.

  • Rung and rail inspection

  • Feet should have grip and operate freely. Set up ladder on stable ground.

  • Foot inspection and placement

  • Extension ladder should be placed at 4:1 ratio

  • Proper set up angle

  • Extension ladders should be 3 feet above work surface and tied off.

  • Correct height above and secured

  • A frame ladders should NEVER be leaned up. Only use fully open with locks down, or lay down when not in use.

  • Proper use of A frame ladder

  • NEVER stand on top or second to top step of A frame ladder.

  • Using the correct height ladder for the job

  • Lean ladders to be used with stabilizer

  • Stabilizer installation

  • ONLY "Louisville" ladder can be used as a leaner

  • Understands difference between "Louisville" and regular A frame

  • Use two hands whenever climbing up or down.

  • Two hands on ladder.

  • Use belt buckle rule to avoid over reaching.

  • Center of body stays between rails

  • Take a picture with hard hat sticker

  • Employee signature

  • Trainer signature

  • Training information provided in Spanish translation. Initial

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