The ANDERSON LADDER May Reduce Your Worker’s Compensation Costs!
Reduce Your Chances of FALLING! NO CLIMBING OR JUMPING!
Featured in “Professional Safety” in May 2008 The Anderson Ladder was featured in the May, 2008 of “Professional Safety - The Journal of the American Society of Safety Engineers.” and is highly recommended in a report by industry experts at Ellis Fall Safety Solutions. The Anderson Ladder is OSHA compliant.
The Anderson Ladder is an innovative safety product designed to reduce fall injuries occurring while the driver climbs onto the flatbed trailer. Bureau of Labor statistics for falls from flatbeds show upwards of one hundred thousand (100,000) fall injuries per year. The Anderson Ladder uses recognized OSHA standards of safety and ergonomics, including “3 point control” and horizontal hand grips. Potentially lower your worker’s compensation cost! Why do you need the Anderson Ladder? •
Companies are required by law to provide a safe work place for their employees.
• Companies can reduce fall injuries and resulting lawsuits and jury awards.
Horizontal Handgrips The horizontal hand grips are part of the patented design to prevent fall injuries. Fall safety experts have established that it is much more likely to prevent or arrest a fall with horizontal hand grips versus a straight handle where one would just slide down.
OSHA Compliant The Anderson Ladder has a 3 Point Control, 16” Step Width, 12” Spaced Steps, 12” Spaced Handholds, No Stooping Required and it is setup for a Natural Gentle Ascent Angle. The Anderson Ladder is specifically designed to comply with OSHA requirements. Recommended by
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“The users of latbed trailers have been unsafe for decades. The Anderson Ladder is a user-friendly product that provides safe access to flatbed trailers.” David MacCollum, P.E.C.S.P., Chairman Hazard Information Foundation Past President ASSE
“We have been using the Anderson Ladder for the last few weeks to see how it worked out for us, when my guys are unloading structural steel and decking. As seen in the past, we have had men complaining that it’s a pain to get up on the trailer with the steel loaded .We were given an Anderson Ladder from our General Contractor, Turner Construction Company. This ladder which has been specifically designed to ease our task of gaining access to the top of the trailer, more safely and securely, has been a huge help. I have been extremely pleased with the results this ladder has given to me, as well as my guys. It has limited the risk of falling or slipping, and finally my men love it. I just want to take time out to thank Anderson Ladder on designing a product which is not only sufficient, but makes my job a lot easier, having one less safety measure I have to take, that I have overlooked inthe past.” Nate Debo, Project Safety Representative Contour Steel, Buffalo, NY
“It is helpful; it is much easier to get on the truck without having to climb on the tires and the back to get on. I really like it.” Ed John, Sr. Ironworker Local #6, Buffalo, NY
“I was wondering when someone would give us something useful to help us getting on the truck. I like the design of the ladder, and it is very sufficient.” Steve John. Ironworker Local #6, Buffalo, NY
“This ladder makes the job of unloading the trailers much easier, I’m sure they will be seen on many job sites in the future, at least I hope they will be fo my sake.” Ed John, Jr. Ironworker Local #6, Buffalo, NY
HORIZONTAL HANDGRIPS 3 POINT CONTROL GENTLE ASCENT ANGLE EASY TO USE & STORE
Anderson Ladder, Inc. 2100 East Fry Boulevard Suite C-5, PMB 572 Sierra Vista, AZ 85035-2736
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Office: 520-249-6589 Fax: 520-458-1114 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on Aug 22, 2010