Our Ladder Log Inspection System is used in a variety of different sectors to ensure safety when working at height. One of our customers is Servest Group Limited. A leading facilities management provider employing more than 16,000 people over 6,000 sites across the UK.
As part of the Woking at Height Regulations of 2005 you must ensure that equipment being used is properly inspected and maintained. This article will show you a way to easily keep on top of your inspections and also provide you with details of our Ladder Association Courses which is a national training for users, supervisors and managers wanting to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to use ladders legally and safely.
The Ladder Log Safety Inspection Sticker is an adhesive alternative to the Ladder Log tag and holder. Ladder Log is a ladder inspection system that ensures your business will meet all the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations (WAHR) 2005.
Benefits of using the Ladder Log Safety Inspection Stickers include -
- - Easy to apply - strong adhesive ensures they won't fall off your ladder
- - Good for telescopic and smaller ladders - no ties or rivets required to attach a holder which can take up a lot of space on ladders with smaller stiles
- - No catch points - the Ladder Log sticker adheres closely to the ladder ensuring they can't be knocked off
- - Shower proof - Snow, wind and rain won't cause you any problems!
The British Antarctic Survey have recently purchased several Ladder Log Business Packs from us to ensure that their ladders are properly maintained and logged in the the cold environment and rocky terrain of Antarctica.
At the Rothera research station on Adelaide Island located 1860km south of the Falkland Islands, fibre glass step ladders and 3 section extension ladder are used year in, year out by technicians to gain access to works at high levels. The Ladder Log Inspection System will be used to ensure these ladders are kept in perfect working order in the harsh conditions.
Rothera is the principal British Antarctic Survey logistics centre for support of Antarctic field science. There is a 900m long crushed rock runway allowing an air link with South America and the Falkland Islands, the Biscoe Wharf provides safe mooring for ships.