ladders

48% of professionals worry about safety when working at height

A year on from the launch of its work at height safety campaign, Stepping Up to Ladder Safety, Werner is reminding professionals that best practice while working at height is still as essential as ever. Focusing on how to stay safe when working at height, the campaign launched in July 2022 and offers professionals a […]

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WernerCO supports No Falls Foundation 

WernerCo has announced its continued support to the No Falls Foundation and pledges its ongoing support of its initiatives to encourage safety and risk awareness when working at height.   After initially becoming a Gold Sponsor in 2021, WernerCo will continue its sponsorship of the charity, which is the first within the industry to offer […]

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Werner launches Adjustable Height & Linking Pro Platform

Werner has launched its Adjustable Height & Linking Pro Platform, offering professionals the option to reach up to 2.51m; and the ability to connect two or more platforms for a longer working surface, with no tools required. Following its launch at the National Painting and Decorating Show at Coventry Building Society Arena this November, where […]

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The dangers of mixing tower components

Falls from heights continue to be the leading cause of accidents in the construction industry and ensuring that equipment meets safety requirements and is used correctly is one way to lower these figures and keep users safe. According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) statistics for 2022, falls from heights caused the greatest deaths […]

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Werner urges tradespeople to be vigilant over telescopic ladder imports

Following a recent study by the East of England Trading Standards Association (EETSA) and the Ladder Association about the safety of some telescopic ladders on the market, Werner is urging companies to only purchase from reputable manufacturers. The research into commercially available telescopic ladders found that 80% of ladders tested failed to meet minimum safety […]

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