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  • Is there evidence available to demonstrate that the hazards associated with working at heights have been assessed and control measures identified? (e.g. – HSE Hazard Register)

  • Prior to deciding that a ladder is suitable to use has adequate consideration been given to other forms of access such as scaffolding or step platforms?

  • Is there evidence available to show that personnel have been trained in the safe use of ladders?

  • Are the appropriate ladders being used for the appropriate task? (i.e. fibreglass ladders by electricians)

  • Is there evidence to show that ladders marked for Identification and formally inspected and maintained at least every 6 months?

  • Has a method for safe carrying of tools and equipment been established and communicated for the climbing and/or descending of a ladder?

  • Are all employees aware that all damaged ladders are to be withdrawn from service, tagged and referred to maintenance for repair or discarding?

  • Are all employees aware they must maintain 3 points of contact at all times whilst ascending, descending or working from a ladder?

  • Are all ladders stored in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions i.e. stored upright, undercover and adequately secured/supported?

  • Are all employees required to use a ladder for access aware that the ladder must extend at least 1m past the work platform and be set at an angle of 1:4?

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