Dave Francis is our National Safety Director. With over 30 years in the ladder business, he has devoted his expertise to preventing ladder accidents and saving lives by promoting ladder safety training and innovations in safe ladder design. His goal is the same as yours: getting everyone home to their families at the end of the day.
Dave wants you to get educated and be safe.
We’ve compiled some great resources for you here in our Ladder Safety Toolbox. Check out our library for OSHA guidelines, safety videos and flyers, checklists, PowerPoint presentations and more.
INTERESTED IN A LIVE SAFETY TRAINING?
Contact Dave Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-362-8586 or fill our form for more information.
Toolbox Talk: Ladder Safety 101
Check out Dave’s Ladder Safety 101. It’s almost as good as a live session. Almost.
A wide variety of training resources for you and your team. The Ladder Safety Toolbox has a great information, including OSHA guidelines, safety flyers, checklists, PowerPoint presentations and more. Here is a full list of everything included in the toolbox:
Free Safety Training From Little Giant, for Anyone
Dave or another qualified safety professional will come to your business and provide a comprehensive training for you and your team. During the training, attendees will be taught how to properly inspect and use a ladder. They will also be given OSHA resources to use after the training. In addition, the trainer will go over some products that solve common ladder safety issues. All of this is included at no cost to you or your company. Sign up for your team’s free ladder safety training by filling out the form on the right. Just enter your contact information and a member of our team will get in touch with you soon.
American Ladder Institute
The American Ladder Institute has comprehensive safety training available to you and your team. There are links to a number of resources, including multimedia training, a ladder inspection checklist and more. If you want an involved training for your employees, make sure to visitAmericanLadderInstitute.org.