Changing lightbulbs around the house? Trying to get that glass down from the top shelf in the kitchen? Time for spring cleaning? Don’t let accidents […]
Every March, the American Ladder Institute (ALI) presents National Ladder Safety Month to promote safe ladder use in the workplace and at home. These posts, all authored by ALI, help to share helpful ladder tips to increase awareness of safe ladder use and decrease accidents.
Take advantage of free resources to build awareness and share with your friends or coworkers, including: ladder safety training videos, safety posters, infographics and short videos. Join the online conversation by using #LadderSafetyMonth on your favorite social platforms.
National Ladder Safety Month puts the spotlight on “Ladder Safety at Work.” Why? Because falls are among the top three most disabling workplace injuries*—and they […]
Every year, more than 300 people die in ladder-related accidents, and thousands suffer disabling injuries. Without better training and continuous innovation in safety planning and […]
National Ladder Safety Month was designed to raise awareness of ladder safety and to decrease the number of ladder-related injuries and fatalities. The American Ladder Institute (ALI)—the […]
Did you know the American Ladder Institute (ALI) recognizes organizations that go the extra mile to uphold ladder safety with ALI’s Ladder Safety Ambassador program? […]
The American Ladder Institute (ALI) is proud to present its third annual National Ladder Safety Month February 24-March 30, 2019! Wondering why you and your […]
As we enter the final week of American Ladder Institute (ALI)’s National Ladder Safety Month, you should have a better understanding of how to safely […]
Incorrect ladder use affects everyone. Just think about the last time you used a ladder at home. Perhaps it involved using a stepstool or stepladder […]
Falls from heights are the third most common disabling workplace injury. Just imagine, you’re standing on top of a chair to hang decorations for an […]
There are more than 300 ladder-related deaths and over 130,000 emergency room visits related to ladders each year, as well as 2,000 ladder-related injuries every […]