OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders Have Changed
Rules and regulations are set in place to ensure your business operates optimally and safely. Whenever these rules and regulations are updated, it’s important to understand how they affect you and your business. Recently, OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders have shifted. Design Components is dedicated to helping you understand these new OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders.
DCI’s OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders Expert
As of November 19, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor’s OSHA implemented new requirements for fixed ladders on buildings. Understanding these new ladder regulations can be confusing, and you can spend a great deal of time referencing the standard interpretations pages on the OSHA website and still not find the answers you need.
That’s why Design Component’s Chris Lafferty has gone in depth to ensure you better understand the new OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders. New additions to long running regulations can be difficult to grasp. Especially when the changes may seem small but are quite impactful. Chris’ knowledge on the new regulations only makes the process easier. Here’s how these regulations are affecting rooftop worker safety.
Let DCI Help You with New OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders
With 40 years in the industry, Design Components believes in quality, safety and great customer service. Our team of visionaries and engineers like Chris work together to bring safe, economical, durable and practical accessories that will enhance your building’s functionality and productivity potential.
To find out more about how we can help you with the new OSHA Regulations for Fixed Ladders, call us today at (800) 868-9910 or contact us by email at email@example.com.