Overview & Objectives
The Ladder Safety Training for General Industry online training course from Exceed Safety is an intermediate-level course surrounding ladder safety and the general hazards associated with ladders within the general industry sector. This specific course focuses on the prevention of workplace injuries by providing participants with training and information on ladder hazards, as well as examining the statistics of ladder fall injuries to ascertain trends.
NOTICE: This course specifically covers OSHA’s ladder safety requirements found within 29 CFR 1910.25, 1910.26, and 1910.27.
Exceed Safety’s Ladder Safety for General Industry online course is specifically designed to train participants about proper vs. improper use of ladders on the jobsite to mitigate risk and prevent injuries. Participants will be taught according to OSHA’s requirements and will learn to uphold the highest standards of safety in the workplace. Specific course topics include the following:
- Introduction to ladder safety training
- General ladder safety training
- Ladder hazards
- Ladder selection
- Ladder set-up
- Rules governing climbing ladders
- Transporting ladders
- Ladder storage
- Ladder inspections
- Ladder maintenance
Specific industry terms discussed throughout the course include the following:
- Ladder safety training
- Ladder hazards
Who is this Course for?
The Ladder Safety for General Industry training is designed for those in all general industry positions who are or may be responsible for the safety of their workplace according to OSHA regulations. Any individual who might use a ladder in the workplace will benefit from this course and might include employees, supervisors, or managers from any of the following industries
- Warehousing and distribution
- Property management
- General office
- Retail services
Features & Benefits
Exceed Safety’s Ladder Safety for General Industry online course provides all necessary intermediate-level training regarding the proper use of ladders in the workplace. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
- Understand the importance of removing damaged ladders from use
- Know how to consult the manufacturer’s checklist for ladder inspection
- Know the importance of documenting all training, periodic inspection, and ladder repairs
In Person Training
Participants in this in-person class can expect to be engaged with discussions, collaboration from other members of the course, team building experiences, and interactive learning. All our instructors have years of experience in the field and are highly qualified and skilled. We offer some classes via Zoom (just give us a call for more information). Some classes can be combined with virtual-blended learning, as well.