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Feb 29, 2024
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Mar 5, 2024
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Mar 7, 2024
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Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Mar 7, 2024
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Safety When Using A Portable Ladder

December 22, 2023

When using a portable ladder in landscaping, safety should always be a top priority. Before using the ladder, inspect it for any damage or defects. Make sure it is the appropriate height for the task at hand and that it is placed on a level surface. Always maintain three points of contact with the ladder, such as two feet and one hand, and never overreach. It is also important to be aware of any overhead powerlines or other hazards in the area. By following these safety guidelines, you can help prevent accidents and injuries while using a portable ladder in landscaping.

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