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A general term referring to a vertically stepped progression or appearance
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Many extension ladders are fairly heavy, and people have been injured attempting to erect them.
The Little Giant Combo SXE[TM] combination ladder delivers safety to working professionals by combining the versatility and safety of the original Little Giant Ladder System with the ability to work as both a 13-foot extension ladder and a multi-height stepladder that works on uneven surfaces, even stairs.
I'm ashamed to say my next decision was to push the top third of the tree over while standing on top of my 20-foot extension ladder.
Do not use a chainsaw, and if you need an extension ladder to reach then call in the professionals to undertake the job.
A Tutor-Saliba-Perini worker sustained ``serious spine and head injuries'' after falling 14 feet from an extension ladder in a subway tunnel to the tracks below in March 1993.
com), maker of the original articulating ladder, is elevating ladder safety standards with its new Lunar[TM] extension ladder.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of self supporting telescopic extension ladder for repair and maintenance of bfl in aor of 70 bn bsf under shq bsf gurdaspur.
April 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Monkeyrack Products LLC is pleased to announce an enhanced Ladder Stabilization product capable of delivering life-saving benefits for extension ladder users on the second annual anniversary of the OSHA hosted Construction Fall Safety Stand-Down Campaign.
A spokesman said: "We used an extension ladder to create a platform to release her.
LadderPort[TM] Ladder Receiver, a less expensive, safer alternative to permanently mounted vertical ladders, permanently mounts to the building and holds an extension ladder firmly in place, keeping the ladder from falling, even on icy surfaces.
Crew Commander Darren Kendall, from Wednesbury, said a short extension ladder and various items of working-at-height gear were used in the hour-long rescue.
July 6, 1962: Huddersfield Fire Brigade took delivery of a 100ft turntable extension ladder weighing nine tons and costing pounds 10,000.