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Div 2, General Industry, Sub D

Walking-Working Surfaces

Div 3, Construction, Sub X

Stairways and Ladders

Div 4, Agriculture, Sub D

Work Surfaces

Interpretations | Program Directives | Alerts


Ladders and Roof Hatches 6/19/01

Using Orchard Ladders for other than orchard work 1/24/00

Extension ladders 8/15/97

Ladders using hoisting devices 7/3/97

Fixed ladders used in vaults 1/24/97

Climbing bar vs. cage 8/21/96

Ladders Attached to Scaffolding 5/24/93

Construction Ladder Code 9/5/91

Program Directives

Ladders: Fixed Ladders in Emergency Situations 8/25/05

Ladders: Fixed Ladders in Manholes 8/25/05

Ladders: Fixed Ladders used on Outdoor Advertising Structures and Billboards 8/25/05

Ladders: Manhole Metal Ladders for Telecommunications Workers 8/25/05

Fact Sheets/Hazard Alerts/Technical Notes

Fact Sheet: Ship's ladders and alternating tread stairs 5/13/09

Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre escaleras portátiles
Quick facts for employees about portable ladders

Checklists and Fill-in Forms

Ladders: portable checklist


Publications | Education | Related | Video


Ladder Safety app 12/26/12

Portable ladders: How to use them so they won't let you down 2/8/16

Escaleras Portátiles: Como usarlas sin sufrir caídas 10/7/08

Education and training

Online Courses / Current Workshops

All Class Materials

Ladders Class Materials

Portable Ladder Safety Printable Online Course Material

PESO: Bilingual training for employers with Hispanic workers

Tools and resources

Ladder Safety app

Portable Ladder App

Video/DVD Library

Look for Ladders videos on our Resource Center Website

Streaming or download video