Here at Ladderstore, we are passionate about two things; the products that we sell and our customer service . With this is mind, this month we wanted to shine the light on Little Giant Ladders as we have had some really great feedback from two of our recent customers which we wanted to share.
Injuries and fatalities caused by falls from height are still prevalent in many day to day working environments. For this reason we are supporting the Ladder Associations Get a Grip campaign which sets out to ensure that everyone using a ladder is completely trained and competent to do so.
In recent months, it has been reported that there has been a huge number of ladders sold to consumers which claimed to be compliant with British and European Standards when in reality they did not meet these requirements. Poorly constructed, unregulated access equipment, including the ladders described above, carry a huge number of risks compromising the health and safety of those that use them.
When it comes to using ladders on stairs, it can often feel like you are taking your life into your own hands; attempting to boycott a ladder and overreach is not only dangerous, but an inefficient way of working.
EN131 standards are changing in 2018. There is a little confusion about what you need to do and when. In this blog article we hope to clear up some of the confusion and explain how the changes affect you.
Throughout this week, we have been celebrating National Customer Service Week covering a range of themes from ‘Unlocking Potential’ to ‘The Voice of the Customer’.
We have heard from various members of our team here at Ladderstore providing an insight into how various roles, attitudes and approaches shape the way we do business. Today the theme is ‘Recognition’ and so it was only fitting that we take this opportunity to focus the spotlight on our Business Development Manager, Jacky Hopps.
It’s the fourth day of Customer Service week already! How time flies. Today the theme is Unlocking Your Potential. We thought this was a perfect opportunity to show off our Customer Service Manager, Richard Mitchell.
For many businesses there is a continuous internal battle between business owners
and directors and those on the front line dealing with customers
5 Minutes with the newest member of our Customer Service Team.
This week is National Customer Service Week. This is a week long opportunity to raise awareness of customer service and the role it plays in successful business practice.
HSE recently announced some helpful advice for the safe use of ladders in their latest bulletin which we wanted to share with you .
In response to the new ladder standards EN 131-1 and 2, Zarges has provided tips on the right approach to ladder safety
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), each year approximately 622,000 work-related accidents are reported each year. A large proportion of these unfortunately involve ladders.
There have been huge uptake on the sales of telescopic ladders which unfortuntely means unclassified, unsafe telescopic ladders are being imported into the UK. Don't get caught out, know the facts and stay safe.
Sometimes it is not always easy to find access equipment suitable for the job in hand. When a standard product isn't available our expert team will help design and manufacture a bespoke solution for you.