Prevent Ladder Injuries and Lawsuits with the Work Place Safety Store

, KA (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- Is your work environment safe? According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission ladder injuries account for more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries every year in the US. Recognizing that falls from ladder represent one of the leading causes of occupation injuries, The Work Place Safety offers a variety of Ladder Safety products and instructional DVDs.

Ladders are one of the most used tools in the workplace, but have also come to be the most widely abused and misused tools by employees. Such misuse has caused accidents ranging from paralysis, dismemberment and death as well as significant lawsuits for employers. The majority of ladder accidents are easily avoidable with the proper and preventative safety measures taken by business owners.

To date, the accident rate for Hispanic and Latino workers is on the rise, making it imperative to provide training programs and instructions for ladder safety in both Spanish and English. Always prepared, The Work Place Safety Store offers a range of bi-lingual "Ladder Safety" products. These products include Ladder Safety Video Program DVD/VHS complete with attendance forms and quizzes, as well as posters, booklets and kits.

The Ladder Safety Safety Meeting Kit DVD/VHS available in both English and Spanish from The Work Place Safety Store provides employers with everything they need to conduct a ladder safety training program as mandated by OSHA. A Laboratory Safety catalogue is also available from the Work Place Safety to ensure both employers and employees are protected on the job.

Provide your employees with Ladder Safety Training and avoid the consequences for both you and them by visiting safety.1800inet.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 22, 2008 at 1:39 am
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