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Ladder Lightweight Campaign

"Everyone thinks they can use a ladder , but it's surprising the number of people who go on Ladder Association courses , including the 20-year user, who come away having admitted to learning something new . We firmly believe you can teach an old dog new tricks."

~ Chris Ball, Ladder Association Chairman

This latest campaign from the Ladder Association - timed to coincide with the launch of the new Code of Practice - sets out to combat the over confident and often dangerous mentality of ladder users who rely solely on learning on the job. Training is the key to improving ladder safety and best practice in the workplace and a significant factor in helping to ensure that ladder users and their managers and supervisors and competent as required by the Work at Height Regulations.

Despite the many myths surrounding ladders, and the stories regularly appearing in the popular press, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has NOT banned ladders and they remain - with some two million estimated to be in daily use - an invaluable and flexible piece of workplace equipment.

The campaign promotes and informed and professional approach to ladder use, just like any other piece of access equipment. Falls can be avoided by sensible and proportionate management of the risks.

~ Knowledge and skills best acquired through training.