Ladders pose a frequent risk of workplace injuries.

Ladders pose a frequent risk of workplace injuries.

Ladders pose a frequent risk of workplace injuries.

With numerous applications in construction settings, accidents involving ladders are diverse and potentially hazardous.
Even falling from a modest two-meter ladder can result in severe injury or fatality.
In Australia, between 2008 and 2011, 123 construction workers lost their lives due to work-related incidents.
Falls from heights constituted 25% of these fatalities, with ladders implicated in 11 of the cases.
Each year, falls consistently stand out as the primary cause of death in the construction industry, and it’s crucial to recognize that these fatalities are avoidable.
Common factors contributing to ladder accidents include the selection of an inappropriate ladder for the task, usage of a damaged ladder, improper positioning or support, accidental collisions by other workers, and the use or transport of ladders in proximity to live electrical hazards.
Every worker is susceptible to ladder-related injuries.
It is imperative to exercise caution and adhere to appropriate safety measures when using ladders or working in their vicinity.
By addressing these risks, we can significantly mitigate the occurrence of accidents and protect the well-being of workers.

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