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Document Description Create your document in minutes with this ready to use Ladder Inspection Checklist Form template. Use the quick and easy editor to add your details, make changes, and download a completed document branded with your business name. This Ladder Inspection Checklist Form covers rungs, treads, stiles, hooks, catches, brackets, end caps, feet and fittings including locks, hinges, ropes and locking bars. Ladders used within your business should be suitable for the task or activity and have an up to date detailed visual inspection report. The frequency of the inspection should be done in accordance with manufucturer’s instructions – depending on the type of work your inspections should be done at least annually, but may be required more often for heavy use or where damage is likely to occur – for example on a construction site.
Inspections should only be carried out by a competent person, who can identify the different parts of the ladder and identify damage. A detailed visual inspection will look for obvious signs of damage or defects to the ladder and its parts. The Ladder Inspection Checklist Form is designed to help the inspector identify the different parts of the ladder and the common defects to look for. This will also provide you with a record that you have complied with the legal requirements to carry out ladder inspections.