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stepladder

A ladder having flat steps, or treads, in place of rungs; usually provided with a supporting frame to steady it.
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Washington, June 29 (ANI): Stepladder injuries, brought about by a fall, are very common.
In his ruling, the judge said: "The fact that stepladders are everyday objects of which most people would be expected to have some experience makes careful training of the less obvious risks associated with their use more rather less important."
Make sure you can lock the spreaders in place on stepladders.
A decent stepladder is particularly essential and you'll find yourself using it constantly, whether you're painting, wallpapering, doing general maintenance or even just cleaning off a cobweb.
Do not use a stepladder like a straight ladder (on two feet).
"Because Maggie just got here or there would be eight bowhunters sitting out there on stepladders," The Yup said.
A MIDLAND firm has been forced to recall more than 30,000 stepladders stocked by DIY giants Homebase and B&Q because of safety fears.
The best type of platform to use is a purpose-made decorator's trestle but you can manage with a pair of scaffold boards spanning two stepladders. If possible, ask somone to help you while you position one end and move across the room holding the folded paper.
It is almost impossible to work from a single stepladder. The best type of platform to use is a purpose-made decorator's trestle but you can, manage with a pair of scaffold boards spanning two stepladders.
In 1996, Leifheit acquired the majority of shares of FRZ, a steel plant that manufactures ironing boards and stepladders, etc., near Heidelberg.
Professor John Hillman, head of the Scottish Crop Research Institute near Dundee, wrote in his influential annual report: "Cars, cigarettes, stepladders and sport are dangerous - genetically modified food is not.