OxGord LDAL-TS02-12 Specification

OxGord LDAL-TS02-12 Specification
Instructions for the Telescopic Ladder
CAUTION: Please read ALL Instructions before using!
Before Use:
1.Ensure that you are fit enough to use the ladder. Certain medical conditions or medication,
alcohol or drug abuse could make the use of the ladder unsafe. The weight capacity is 330 Ibs.
2.When transporting ladders on the roof bars of a vehicle or in a truck, ensure that it is suitably
placed to prevent damage.
3.Inspect the ladder after delivery and before first use to confirm condition and operation of all
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4 Visually check that the ladder is not damaged and is safe to use whenever using.
5.For professional users, regular periodic inspections are required.
6.Ensure that the ladder is suitable for the task.
7.00 NOT USE A DAMAGED LADDER!
8.Remove any contamination from the ladder such as wet paint, mud, oil or snow.
9.Before using the ladder at work a risk assessment should be carried respecting the legislation
in the country of use. |
Positioning and extending the ladder:
1.Inciine angle should not exceed 75 degrees.
2.Ladder shall be on even, level and unmovabie base.
3.Leaning ladder should be leaned against a flat non-fragile surface and should be secured
before use.
4 When positioning the ladder take into account risks of collision with the ladder, i.e. from
pedestrians, vehicles or doors (fire exits) and windows in the work area,
5.ldentify any electrical risk areas where the ladder is being used, such as overhead lines or
exposed electrical equipment.
6.Ladder shall be stood on its feet.
7.Ladder shall not be positioned on slippery surfaces (such as ice, shiny or waxed surfaces or
significantly contaminated solid surfaces) unless additional effective safety measures are taken
to prevent the ladder slipping or ensuring contaminated surfaces are sufficiently cleaned.
Using the ladder: _
1.DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM TOTAL LOAD (330 Ibs).
2.DO NOT overreach. Users should keep their buckie (navel) inside the stiles and both feet on
the same step/rung throughout the task.
3.0DO NOT step off a leaning ladder at a higher level without additional security.
4.DO NOT use standing ladders for access to another level
5.DO NOT stand on the top three steps/rungs of a leaning ladder
6.Ladders should ONLY be used for light work of short duration.
7.DO NOT use the ladders outside in adverse weather conditions, such as strong winds.
8.TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST CHILDREN PLAYING ON AND AROUND THE LADDER.
9.Face the ladder when ascending and descending.
10.Keep a secure grip on the ladder when ascending and descending.
11.DO NOT use the ladder as a bridge.
12.Wear suitable footwear when using the ladder.
13.Avoid excessive side loading (i.e. drilling brick and concrete).
14.DO NOT spend long periods on the ladder without regular breaks (fatigue is a safety risk).
15.Leaning ladders used for access to a higher level should be extended at least 1m above the
landing point.
16.Equipment carried while using the ladder should be light and easy to handle.
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