The Ladder Inspector – A guide for Safety practitioners

The appointment of a ladder inspector in terms of General Safety Regulation 13A, is a common practice, although not required by the regulation. It is a matter of “doing more” than what the law requires, and less of what is required. Regulation 13A deals with a few aspects regarding the physical characteristics of a ladder…

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