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Introduction to Stairways & Ladders

This Introduction to Stairways & Ladders course will familiarize the learner with various types of ladders, ladder components, and stairways.  The learner will be able to understand the need for ladder and stairway safety, and be able to recognize ladder and stairway hazards, as well as the role of the competent person.

If not worked on with caution, stairways and ladders can be a dangerous source of accidents on a construction site.  This course will show you how to work on them safely.

Who Should Take This Course?

Anybody who works at height or uses stairways or ladders at work.

Topics Covered Include

  • Hazards
  • Length & Weight Restrictions
  • Ladder Labeling
  • Definitions
  • Ladder & Stairway Rules
  • Handrail Strength
  • Setup & Maintenance
  • Competent Person Duties

Why etraintoday.com?



A well-designed and thought out course increases student engagement and retention. The quality of the content and delivery of our online training is second to none.



The owners of etraintoday.com have over 25 years of experience delivering high caliber training in the safety field, certifying many thousands of students.


Ease of Use

You don’t have to be a computer whiz to take our training! We’ve made enrollment and course access as easy as possible, so that you can quickly get to what’s important – the training


Customer Service

It is important to us that our customers get any questions or issues answered quickly. We guarantee that our staff will be accessible and responsive, whether by phone or email.



Combining the accessibility of online training with the self-paced nature of our courses, and the ability to deliver them on almost any device, offers the ultimate in training convenience.



When you consider the quality and delivery options available in our courses, along with their competitive pricing, we think you’ll find our training offers excellent value.

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