The slick, small foot surface area of a ladder rung is one of the most dangerous places to be. When an employee must work on a ladder, a fall can cause devastating injuries — traumatic brain injury, back and spinal injuries, paralysis, and internal organ damage, to name a few.

Because of the potential for such serious consequences, prevention of falls from elevation have been the subject of regulation in an effort to reduce these incidents – see OSHA-1926-1053-a6i.

Please note: Some anti-slip measures like corrugated, knurled, or dimpled metal and gritted tape lose anti-slip properties when exposed to foot traffic. The metal ridges or grits that are meant to grip footwear simply wear down and become smooth. Inspection of current conditions is required and may reveal a need for a retrofit anti-slip cover.

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