Contractors On the Job – What you need to know about Ladder Safety

Contractors On the Job – What you need to know

about Ladder Safety

Everyday there are 2,000 injuries and 1 fatality resulting a ladder-related accident. Certainly not something to take lightly. The infographic below helps you identify:

  • Is this the right job for a ladder?
  • What type of ladder should be used?
  • Proper safety features and usage of a ladder.

Make sure you are keeping yourself and your employees safe. And should something unfortunate happen, make sure that you have proper insurance coverage in place. Let one of McSweeney & Ricci’s risk specialists review your policies today.

How to stay on top of ladder safety

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