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CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS CLIMB ONLY ON FRONT SIDE OF LADDER FACE LADDER WHEN CLIMBING USE BOTH HANDS IN CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ON SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
NHE-16298

Industrial Notices


SAFETY FIRST STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1.  Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2.  IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3.  Select ladders within  the following: TYPE DUTY RATING WORKING LOAD IAA SPECIAL DUTY 375 lbs. IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA HEAVY 350 lbs. I INDUSTRIAL-HEAVY 250 lbs. II  COMMERCIAL-MEDIUM 225 lbs. III HOUSEHOLD-LIGHT                                  200 lbs. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect  upon receipt and before each use; never climb a damaged, bent or broken ladder.  All parts must be in good working order. 2.  Make sure all rivets, joints, nuts and bolts are tight, steps, spreaders and braces secure, spreaders and pail shelf function properly. 3.  Keep ladder free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other slippery materials.  Keep shoes clean, leather soles should not be used. 4.  Never make temporary repairs to damaged or missing parts. 5.  Destroy ladder if broken, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion. PROPER SET-UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY!  Do not let ladders of any material come in contact with live electrical wires. 2.  Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, pail shelf in position. 3.  Place on firm level surface with a secure footing.  Do not use on a slippery surface.  Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffold for additional height.  Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder. PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  Never use a ladder when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication or in ill health 2.  To protect children do not leave ladder set up and unattended. 3.  Face ladder when climbing up or down.  Keep body centered between side rails. 4.  Use both hands while climbing, one hand while working 5.  Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder it is secured against sideways motion. 6.  Do not over-reach, move ladder when needed. 7.  Do not walk or shift ladder while on it. 8.  Do not stand, climb or sit on braces, spreaders, paint shelf, back section, or above second step from top of ladder. 9.  Do not overload.  Ladders are meant for one person only.  Do not use as brace, platform or plank. 10.  Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling the side of the ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Store ladder in safe and dry place. 2.  Properly secure and support ladder while in transit. 3.  Never store material on ladder. 4.  Keep ladder clean and free of all foreign materials.
NHE-16302

Industrial Notices


CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS CLIMB ONLY ON FRONT SIDE OF LADDER FACE LADDER WHEN CLIMBING USE BOTH HANDS IN CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ON SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA DE TIJERA MANTENGA EL CUERPO CENTRADO ENTRE LOS RIELES LATERALES NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR ALGO QUE ESTÁ MUY LEJOS NO SUBA, NO SE PARE NI SE SIENTE MÁS ARRIBA DEL SEGUNDO PELDAÑO DESDE LA PARTE SUPERIOR ASEGÚRESE QUE LA ESCALERA ESTÉ COMPLETAMENTE ABIERTA Y LOS TENSORES LATERALES ASEGURADOS COLOQUE TODAS LAS PATAS EN UNA SUPERFICIE FIRME Y NIVELADA NO LA UTILICE COMO UNA ESCALERA SIMPLE NI EN POSICIÓN PARCIALMENTE ABIERTA NO LA COLOQUE FRENTE A PUERTAS SIN LLAVE SUBA SÓLO POR LA PARTE FRONTAL DE LA ESCALERA MIRE SIEMPRE HACIA LA ESCALERA CUANDO SUBA USE AMBAS MANOS CUANDO SUBA NO LLEVE OBJETOS EN SUS MANOS CUANDO SUBA BÁJESE Y MUEVA LA ESCALERA SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO NO SUBA, NO SE PARE NI SE SIENTE EN LOS TIRANTES DE SEGURIDAD, TENSORES LATERALES, PARTE SUPERIOR DE LA ESCALERA O ESTANTE PARA BALDE DE PINTURA NO SE SIENTE HACIA ADELANTE NI HACIA ATRÁS NO SUBA DE UNA ESCALERA A OTRA NO CAMINE NI CAMBIE DE POSICIÓN LA ESCALERA MIENTRAS ESTÉ SOBRE ELLA NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL
NHB-16298

Industrial Notices


LADDER SAFETY WARNING: Failure to follow all instructions may result in serious injury. READ ALL LABELS! Only use ladder if you are in good physical condition Ladder designed to support the weight of one person and material.  See Label to determine Maximum weight. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect for loose, damaged or missing parts before each use 2.  Never use a ladder with missing or damaged parts 3.  Never repair a damaged ladder without permission from manufacturer 4.  Destroy ladder if exposed to excessive heat or any corrosive agent PROPER SET UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY! Be careful when using near electricity as shock or electrocution can occur 2.  Place all four feet on firm level ground to prevent excessive movements 3.  Always fully open ladder and lock spreaders before climbing 4.  Never place anything under or attach anything to a ladder to gain height or to adjust for uneven surfaces 5.  When use is required on a slippery surface, secure ladder from excessive movement 6.  Do not use ladder in front of unlocked doors PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  DO NOT OVER-REACH.  You may lose your balance and/or tip the ladder.  Keep center of waistline between side rails and use caution whether climbing, pushing or pulling anything while on the ladder. 2.  Always face ladder and maintain a firm grip while on it. 3.  Never walk, bounce or move ladder while climbing or standing on it. 4.  Never use closed ladder as a straight ladder.  It may slip out from under you. 5.  Never use ladder as a platform, plank or brace. 6.  Use caution when steps are being used to support other objects 7.  Never stand, climb or sit on ladder top, pail shelf, braces or back section 8.  When possible, have someone hold the ladder 9.  Windy conditions require extra caution 10. Do not use any components not supplied or approved by the manufacturer of this ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Always keep ladder clean of all foreign materials. 2.  Never store material on ladder. 3.  Properly support and restrain ladder in transit or storage.  Wear damage from transit vibration may weaken ladder 4.  For additional care, use and safety instructions contact your employer, dealer or the manufacturer, or see ANSI A14 Standards
NHE-16301

Industrial Notices


CAUTION EXTENSION LADDER SAFETY SET UP LADDER PROPERLY TO REDUCE SLIP AND OVERLOAD HAZARD. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS SECURE LOCKS 1.  PLACE TOES AGAINST BOTTOM OF LADDER SIDE RAILS 2.  STAND ERECT 3.  EXTEND ARMS STRAIGHT OUT 4.  PALMS OF HANDS SHOULD TOUCH TOP OF RUNG AT SHOULDER LEVEL TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED EXTEND LADDER THREE FEET ABOVE ROOF FOR ACCESS DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT OVER REACH KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
NHE-16297

Industrial Notices


SAFETY FIRST STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1.  Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2.  IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3.  Select ladders within  the following: TYPE DUTY RATING WORKING LOAD IAA SPECIAL DUTY 375 lbs. IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA HEAVY 350 lbs. I INDUSTRIAL-HEAVY 250 lbs. II  COMMERCIAL-MEDIUM 225 lbs. III HOUSEHOLD-LIGHT                                  200 lbs. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect  upon receipt and before each use; never climb a damaged, bent or broken ladder.  All parts must be in good working order. 2.  Make sure all rivets, joints, nuts and bolts are tight, steps, spreaders and braces secure, spreaders and pail shelf function properly. 3.  Keep ladder free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other slippery materials.  Keep shoes clean, leather soles should not be used. 4.  Never make temporary repairs to damaged or missing parts. 5.  Destroy ladder if broken, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion. PROPER SET-UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY!  Do not let ladders of any material come in contact with live electrical wires. 2.  Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, pail shelf in position. 3.  Place on firm level surface with a secure footing.  Do not use on a slippery surface.  Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffold for additional height.  Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder. PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  Never use a ladder when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication or in ill health 2.  To protect children do not leave ladder set up and unattended. 3.  Face ladder when climbing up or down.  Keep body centered between side rails. 4.  Use both hands while climbing, one hand while working 5.  Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder it is secured against sideways motion. 6.  Do not over-reach, move ladder when needed. 7.  Do not walk or shift ladder while on it. 8.  Do not stand, climb or sit on braces, spreaders, paint shelf, back section, or above second step from top of ladder. 9.  Do not overload.  Ladders are meant for one person only.  Do not use as brace, platform or plank. 10.  Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling the side of the ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Store ladder in safe and dry place. 2.  Properly secure and support ladder while in transit. 3.  Never store material on ladder. 4.  Keep ladder clean and free of all foreign materials. - LA SEGURIDAD ES LO PRIMERO ESCALERA DE TIJERA -  PARA SU SEGURIDAD LEA CUIDADOSAMENTE SELECCIÓN DE LA ESCALERA 1. Seleccione una escalera de longitud adecuada para llegar a la altura de trabajo. 2. IMPORTANTE: Escalera diseñada para soportar el peso de una persona más materiales y herramientas que no excedan la carga de trabajo indicada en la señal de aviso de esta escalera. 3. Seleccione escaleras de acuerdo a lo siguiente: TIPO CLASIFICACIÓN DE SERVICIO CARGA DE TRABAJO IAA SERVICIO ESPECIAL                               375 lb IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA PESADO 350 lb I INDUSTRIAL - PESADO 250 lb II COMERCIAL - MEDIO 225 lb III HOGAR - LIGERO 200 lb INSPECCIÓN 1. Inspecciónela al recibirla y antes de cada utilización; nunca suba a una escalera dañada, doblada o rota. Todas las partes deben estar en buenas condiciones de trabajo. 2. Verifique que todos los remaches, juntas, tuercas y pernos estén ajustados, que los peldaños, tensores laterales y tirantes de seguridad estén asegurados y que los tensores laterales y estante para balde de pintura funcionen adecuadamente. 3. Mantenga la escalera libre de grasa, aceite, barro, nieve, pintura húmeda u otros materiales resbalosos. Mantenga los zapatos limpios. No deberán usarse suelas de cuero. 4. Nunca haga reparaciones temporales en partes dañadas o faltantes. 5. Destruya la escalera si está rota, gastada o si ha estado expuesta al fuego o corrosión química. INSTALACIÓN ADECUADA 1. ¡PELIGRO! ¡EL METAL CONDUCE LA ELECTRICIDAD! No permita que las escaleras de cualquier material entren en contacto con cables con electricidad. 2. Asegúrese que la escalera esté completamente abierta, los tensores laterales asegurados y el estante para balde de pintura en posición. 3. Colóquela sobre una superficie firme y nivelada con las patas aseguradas. No la utilice sobre una superficie resbalosa. No la coloque sobre cajas, bases inestables ni andamios para alcanzar una altura adicional. No la coloque frente a una puerta que se abre hacia la escalera. SUBIDA Y UTILIZACIÓN ADECUADAS 1. Nunca utilice una escalera cuando esté bajo la influencia de alcohol, drogas o medicamentos o cuando esté enfermo 2. Para proteger a los niños, no deje la escalera instalada ni desatendida. 3. Mire a la escalera cuando suba o baje. Mantenga el cuerpo centrado entre los rieles laterales. 4. Use ambas manos cuando suba y una mano mientras trabaja 5. Nunca suba a una escalera por los lados a menos que la escalera esté asegurada para evitar que se mueva hacia un lado. 6. No trate de alcanzar algo que está muy lejos, mueva la escalera cuando sea necesario. 7. No camine ni cambie de posición la escalera mientras esté sobre ella 8. No se pare, no suba ni se siente en los tirantes de seguridad, tensores laterales, estante para balde de pintura, sección posterior ni más arriba del segundo peldaño desde la parte superior de la escalera. 9. No sobre cargue. Las escaleras son para el uso de una sola persona. No las utilice como tirantes de seguridad, plataformas o tablas. 10. Mantenga la escalera cerca del trabajo, evite empujar o tirar de un lado de la escalera. CUIDADO Y ALMACENAMIENTO ADECUADOS 1. Guarde la escalera en un lugar seguro y seco. 2. Asegure y apoye la escalera adecuadamente mientras está en movimiento. 3. Nunca almacene materiales en la escalera. 4. Mantenga la escalera limpia y libre de todos los materiales extraños.
NHB-16302

Industrial Notices


LADDER SAFETY WARNING: Failure to follow all instructions may result in serious injury. READ ALL LABELS! Only use ladder if you are in good physical condition Ladder designed to support the weight of one person and material.  See Label to determine Maximum weight. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect for loose, damaged or missing parts before each use 2.  Never use a ladder with missing or damaged parts 3.  Never repair a damaged ladder without permission from manufacturer 4.  Destroy ladder if exposed to excessive heat or any corrosive agent PROPER SET UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY! Be careful when using near electricity as shock or electrocution can occur 2.  Place all four feet on firm level ground to prevent excessive movements 3.  Always fully open ladder and lock spreaders before climbing 4.  Never place anything under or attach anything to a ladder to gain height or to adjust for uneven surfaces 5.  When use is required on a slippery surface, secure ladder from excessive movement 6.  Do not use ladder in front of unlocked doors PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  DO NOT OVER-REACH.  You may lose your balance and/or tip the ladder.  Keep center of waistline between side rails and use caution whether climbing, pushing or pulling anything while on the ladder. 2.  Always face ladder and maintain a firm grip while on it. 3.  Never walk, bounce or move ladder while climbing or standing on it. 4.  Never use closed ladder as a straight ladder.  It may slip out from under you. 5.  Never use ladder as a platform, plank or brace. 6.  Use caution when steps are being used to support other objects 7.  Never stand, climb or sit on ladder top, pail shelf, braces or back section 8.  When possible, have someone hold the ladder 9.  Windy conditions require extra caution 10. Do not use any components not supplied or approved by the manufacturer of this ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Always keep ladder clean of all foreign materials. 2.  Never store material on ladder. 3.  Properly support and restrain ladder in transit or storage.  Wear damage from transit vibration may weaken ladder 4.  For additional care, use and safety instructions contact your employer, dealer or the manufacturer, or see ANSI A14 Standards - USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA ADVERTENCIA: No seguir todas las instrucciones puede causar una lesión grave. ¡LEA TODAS LAS ETIQUETAS! Sólo utilice la escalera si se encuentra en buenas condiciones físicas Escalera diseñada para soportar el peso de una persona y del material.  Vea la etiqueta para determinar el peso máximo.  INSPECCIÓN 1. Inspeccione para detectar piezas flojas, dañadas o faltantes antes de cada utilización. 2. Nunca utilice una escalera con partes faltantes o dañadas 3. Nunca repare una escalera dañada sin el permiso del fabricante 4. Destruya la escalera si ha estado expuesta a calor excesivo o a algún agente corrosivo INSTALACIÓN ADECUADA 1. ¡PELIGRO! ¡EL METAL CONDUCE LA ELECTRICIDAD! Tenga cuidado cuando utilice la escalera cerca de la electricidad ya que puede producirse una descarga eléctrica o electrocución 2. Coloque todas las cuatro patas sobre un piso firme y nivelado para evitar movimientos excesivos 3. Siempre abra completamente la escalera y asegure los tensores laterales antes de subir 4. Nunca coloque un objeto debajo de una escalera ni lo fije a ella para ganar altura o para adaptarla a superficies no uniformes 5. Cuando sea necesario utilizarla sobre una superficie resbalosa, asegure la escalera para evitar el movimiento excesivo 6. No utilice la escalera frente a puertas sin llave SUBIDA Y UTILIZACIÓN ADECUADAS 1. NO ADOPTE UNA POSTURA FORZADA. Puede perder el equilibrio y/o volcar la escalera. Mantenga el centro de su cintura entre los rieles laterales y tenga cuidado ya sea cuando sube, empuja o tira de algo mientras está en la escalera. 2. Mire siempre hacia la escalera y sujétala firmemente mientras esté en ella. 3. No camine, no salte ni mueva una escalera cuando suba o se pare en ella. 4. Nunca utilice una escalera cerrada como escalera recta. Ésta puede deslizarse debajo de usted. 5. Nunca utilice una escalera como plataforma, tabla o tirante de seguridad. 6. Tenga cuidado cuando los peldaños están siendo utilizados para soportar otros objetos 7. No se pare, no suba ni se siente sobre la parte superior de la escalera, estante para balde de pintura, tirantes de seguridad o sección posterior 8. Cuando sea posible, cuente con una persona para sostener la escalera 9. Las condiciones de viento requieren precauciones adicionales 10. No utilice ningún componente que no hubiera sido suministrado o aprobado por el fabricante de esta escalera. CUIDADO Y ALMACENAMIENTO ADECUADOS 1. Siempre mantenga la escalera libre de materiales extraños. 2. Nunca almacene materiales en la escalera. 3. Apoye y sujete adecuadamente la escalera cuando esté en movimiento o cuando se guarde. El daño causado por el desgaste debido a las vibraciones en el transporte puede debilitar la escalera 4. Para instrucciones adicionales sobre el cuidado, utilización y seguridad, comuníquese con su empleador, distribuidor o fabricante o vea los estándares ANSI A14
NHB-16301

Industrial Notices


CAUTION EXTENSION LADDER SAFETY SET UP LADDER PROPERLY TO REDUCE SLIP AND OVERLOAD HAZARD FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS SECURE LOCKS 1.  PLACE TOES AGAINST BOTTOM OF LADDER SIDE RAILS 2.  STAND ERECT 3.  EXTEND ARMS STRAIGHT OUT 4.  PALMS OF HANDS SHOULD TOUCH TOP OF RUNG AT SHOULDER LEVEL TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED EXTEND LADDER THREE FEET ABOVE ROOF FOR ACCESS DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT OVER REACH KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT. - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE LA ESCALERA DE EXTENSIÓN COLOQUE LA ESCALERA ADECUADAMENTE PARA REDUCIR EL PELIGRO DE DESLIZAMIENTO Y SOBRECARGA SIGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES ASEGURE LOS DISPOSITIVOS DE BLOQUEO  1. COLOQUE LOS DEDOS DE LOS PIES CONTRA LA PARTE INFERIOR DE LOS RIELES LATERALES DE LA ESCALERA 2. MANTÉNGALA DERECHA 3. EXTIENDA LOS BRAZOS EN FORMA RECTA 4. LAS PALMAS DE LAS MANOS DEBEN TOCAR LA PARTE SUPERIOR DE UN PELDAÑO A LA ALTURA DEL HOMBRO LA PARTE SUPERIOR DEBE COLOCARSE CON LOS DOS RIELES LATERALES APOYADOS DE LA MISMA MANERA EXTIENDA LA ESCALERA TRES PIES POR ENCIMA DEL TECHO PARA TENER ACCESO NO LA COLOQUE FRENTE A PUERTAS SIN LLAVE NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR ALGO QUE ESTÁ MUY LEJOS MANTENGA EL CUERPO CENTRADO ENTRE LOS RIELES LATERALES USE AMBAS MANOS CUANDO SUBA NO LLEVE OBJETOS EN SUS MANOS CUANDO SUBA BÁJESE Y MUEVA LA ESCALERA SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO NO SUBA DE UNA ESCALERA A OTRA NO CAMINE NI CAMBIE DE POSICIÓN LA ESCALERA MIENTRAS ESTÉ SOBRE ELLA NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL
NHB-16297

Industrial Notices


CAUTION SINGLE LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING ERECT AS CLOSE TO A PITCH OF 75-1/2 DEGREES FROM THE HORIZONTAL AS POSSIBLE SET FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED SELECT A LADDER OF THE CORRECT HEIGHT FOR THE JOB TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT.
NHE-16299

Industrial Notices


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CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS CLIMB ONLY ON FRONT SIDE OF LADDER FACE LADDER WHEN CLIMBING USE BOTH HANDS IN CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ON SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
NHE-16298

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…SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT English Printed Self-Adhesive E-16298 6298…


CAUTION EXTENSION LADDER SAFETY SET UP LADDER PROPERLY TO REDUCE SLIP AND OVERLOAD HAZARD. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS SECURE LOCKS 1.  PLACE TOES AGAINST BOTTOM OF LADDER SIDE RAILS 2.  STAND ERECT 3.  EXTEND ARMS STRAIGHT OUT 4.  PALMS OF HANDS SHOULD TOUCH TOP OF RUNG AT SHOULDER LEVEL TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED EXTEND LADDER THREE FEET ABOVE ROOF FOR ACCESS DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT OVER REACH KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
NHE-16297

Industrial Notices

…WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT English Printed Self-Adhesive 297 6297 E-16297 -16297 HE-16297…


SAFETY FIRST STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1.  Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2.  IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3.  Select ladders within  the following: TYPE DUTY RATING WORKING LOAD IAA SPECIAL DUTY 375 lbs. IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA HEAVY 350 lbs. I INDUSTRIAL-HEAVY 250 lbs. II  COMMERCIAL-MEDIUM 225 lbs. III HOUSEHOLD-LIGHT                                  200 lbs. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect  upon receipt and before each use; never climb a damaged, bent or broken ladder.  All parts must be in good working order. 2.  Make sure all rivets, joints, nuts and bolts are tight, steps, spreaders and braces secure, spreaders and pail shelf function properly. 3.  Keep ladder free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other slippery materials.  Keep shoes clean, leather soles should not be used. 4.  Never make temporary repairs to damaged or missing parts. 5.  Destroy ladder if broken, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion. PROPER SET-UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY!  Do not let ladders of any material come in contact with live electrical wires. 2.  Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, pail shelf in position. 3.  Place on firm level surface with a secure footing.  Do not use on a slippery surface.  Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffold for additional height.  Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder. PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  Never use a ladder when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication or in ill health 2.  To protect children do not leave ladder set up and unattended. 3.  Face ladder when climbing up or down.  Keep body centered between side rails. 4.  Use both hands while climbing, one hand while working 5.  Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder it is secured against sideways motion. 6.  Do not over-reach, move ladder when needed. 7.  Do not walk or shift ladder while on it. 8.  Do not stand, climb or sit on braces, spreaders, paint shelf, back section, or above second step from top of ladder. 9.  Do not overload.  Ladders are meant for one person only.  Do not use as brace, platform or plank. 10.  Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling the side of the ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Store ladder in safe and dry place. 2.  Properly secure and support ladder while in transit. 3.  Never store material on ladder. 4.  Keep ladder clean and free of all foreign materials.
NHE-16302

Industrial Notices

…STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1. Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2. IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3. Select ladders within…


LADDER SAFETY WARNING: Failure to follow all instructions may result in serious injury. READ ALL LABELS! Only use ladder if you are in good physical condition Ladder designed to support the weight of one person and material.  See Label to determine Maximum weight. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect for loose, damaged or missing parts before each use 2.  Never use a ladder with missing or damaged parts 3.  Never repair a damaged ladder without permission from manufacturer 4.  Destroy ladder if exposed to excessive heat or any corrosive agent PROPER SET UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY! Be careful when using near electricity as shock or electrocution can occur 2.  Place all four feet on firm level ground to prevent excessive movements 3.  Always fully open ladder and lock spreaders before climbing 4.  Never place anything under or attach anything to a ladder to gain height or to adjust for uneven surfaces 5.  When use is required on a slippery surface, secure ladder from excessive movement 6.  Do not use ladder in front of unlocked doors PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  DO NOT OVER-REACH.  You may lose your balance and/or tip the ladder.  Keep center of waistline between side rails and use caution whether climbing, pushing or pulling anything while on the ladder. 2.  Always face ladder and maintain a firm grip while on it. 3.  Never walk, bounce or move ladder while climbing or standing on it. 4.  Never use closed ladder as a straight ladder.  It may slip out from under you. 5.  Never use ladder as a platform, plank or brace. 6.  Use caution when steps are being used to support other objects 7.  Never stand, climb or sit on ladder top, pail shelf, braces or back section 8.  When possible, have someone hold the ladder 9.  Windy conditions require extra caution 10. Do not use any components not supplied or approved by the manufacturer of this ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Always keep ladder clean of all foreign materials. 2.  Never store material on ladder. 3.  Properly support and restrain ladder in transit or storage.  Wear damage from transit vibration may weaken ladder 4.  For additional care, use and safety instructions contact your employer, dealer or the manufacturer, or see ANSI A14 Standards
NHE-16301

Industrial Notices

…material on ladder. 3. Properly support and restrain ladder in transit or storage. Wear damage from transit vibration may weaken ladder 4. For additional care, use and safety instructions contact your employer, dealer or the manufacturer, or see ANSI A14 Standards English Printed Self-Adhesive 301 6301…


CAUTION SINGLE LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING ERECT AS CLOSE TO A PITCH OF 75-1/2 DEGREES FROM THE HORIZONTAL AS POSSIBLE SET FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED SELECT A LADDER OF THE CORRECT HEIGHT FOR THE JOB TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT.
NHE-16299

Industrial Notices

…YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT. English Printed Self-Adhesive E-16299 6299 299 16299 -16299 HE-16299


LADDER SAFETY TRAINED
NHE-18894

Hard Hat / Helmet Labels

LADDER SAFETY TRAINED NHE-18894 NHE 18894 NHE18894 Hard Hat / Helmet Labels LADDER SAFETY TRAINED SYM_43_b-R Hard Hat / Helmet Labels Ladder / Scaffold White LADDER SAFETY TRAINED English Printed Self-Adhesive E-18894 -18894 894 8894 18894 HE-18894


LADDER SAFETY TRAINED
NHE-19135

Hard Hat / Helmet Labels

LADDER SAFETY TRAINED NHE-19135 NHE 19135 NHE19135 Hard Hat / Helmet Labels LADDER SAFETY TRAINED SYM_43_b-R Hard Hat / Helmet Labels Ladder / Scaffold Orange LADDER SAFETY TRAINED English Printed Self-Adhesive -19135 135 9135 E-19135 19135 HE-19135


FOR YOUR SAFETY FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS READ THESE AND ANY OTHER PROVIDED INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING.  FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE SERIOUS AND CRIPPLING INJURY OR DEATH. 1.  INSPECT FOR DAMAGE PRIOR TO USE.  LADDERS ARE TO BE MAINTAINED IN GOOD CONDITION AT ALL TIMES.  NEVER USE LADDERS DURING A STRONG WIND EXCEPT IN AN EMERGENCY. 2.  ALWAYS FACE THE LADDER AND HOLD ON WITH BOTH HANDS WHEN ASCENDING AND DESCENDING. 3.  AVOID OVERLOADS.  THIS LADDER IS INTENDED FOR USE BY ONE PERSON 4.  METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY.  DO NOT USE LADDER IN AN ELECTRICAL STORM AND KEEP POWER LINES AND ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AWAY. THIS LADDER WHEN PROPERLY USED, COMPLIES WITH THE OSHA AND ANSI STANDARDS FOR FIXED LADDERS IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF MANUFACTURE.  DO NOT REMOVE OR DEFACE THIS LABEL
NHE-16303

Industrial Notices

…DO NOT USE LADDER IN AN ELECTRICAL STORM AND KEEP POWER LINES AND ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AWAY. THIS LADDER WHEN PROPERLY USED, COMPLIES WITH THE OSHA AND ANSI STANDARDS FOR FIXED LADDERS IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF MANUFACTURE. DO NOT REMOVE OR DEFACE THIS LABEL English Printed Self-Adhesive 16303 HE-16303…


CAUTION ARTICULATED LADDER SAFETY INSPECT LADDER BEFORE EACH USE MAKE SURE THE SLIP-RESISTANT COVERING ON ALL FOUR FEET IS PRESENT AND IN GOOD CONDITION FOLLOW LABEL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOCKING HINGES BEFORE USE NEVER ATTEMPT UNLOCKING OR REPOSITIONING HINGES WHILE STANDING ON THE LADDER LUBRICATE HINGES AS REQUIRED COVER EXPOSED HINGE MECHANISMS DURING MESSY WORK LADDER CONFIGURATIONS NOT ILLUSTRATED ON LABEL ARE NOT TO BE USED DO NOT USE ON ICE, SNOW OR SLIPPER SURFACES DO NOT TIE OR FASTEN LADDER TO ANY OTHER TYPE OF LADDER TO PROVIDE LONGER LENGTH NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
NHE-16300

Industrial Notices

…, SNOW OR SLIPPER SURFACES DO NOT TIE OR FASTEN LADDER TO ANY OTHER TYPE OF LADDER TO PROVIDE LONGER LENGTH NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT English Printed Self-Adhesive 300 E-16300 6300 HE-16300 16300 -16300


LADDER SAFETY TRAINED
NHE-19274

Hard Hat / Helmet Labels

LADDER SAFETY TRAINED NHE-19274 NHE 19274 NHE19274 Hard Hat / Helmet Labels LADDER SAFETY TRAINED SYM_43_b-R Hard Hat / Helmet Labels Ladder / Scaffold Orange LADDER SAFETY TRAINED English Printed Self-Adhesive E-19274 HE-19274 9274 -19274 274 19274


LADDER SAFETY WARNING: Failure to follow all instructions may result in serious injury. READ ALL LABELS! Only use ladder if you are in good physical condition Ladder designed to support the weight of one person and material.  See Label to determine Maximum weight. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect for loose, damaged or missing parts before each use 2.  Never use a ladder with missing or damaged parts 3.  Never repair a damaged ladder without permission from manufacturer 4.  Destroy ladder if exposed to excessive heat or any corrosive agent PROPER SET UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY! Be careful when using near electricity as shock or electrocution can occur 2.  Place all four feet on firm level ground to prevent excessive movements 3.  Always fully open ladder and lock spreaders before climbing 4.  Never place anything under or attach anything to a ladder to gain height or to adjust for uneven surfaces 5.  When use is required on a slippery surface, secure ladder from excessive movement 6.  Do not use ladder in front of unlocked doors PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  DO NOT OVER-REACH.  You may lose your balance and/or tip the ladder.  Keep center of waistline between side rails and use caution whether climbing, pushing or pulling anything while on the ladder. 2.  Always face ladder and maintain a firm grip while on it. 3.  Never walk, bounce or move ladder while climbing or standing on it. 4.  Never use closed ladder as a straight ladder.  It may slip out from under you. 5.  Never use ladder as a platform, plank or brace. 6.  Use caution when steps are being used to support other objects 7.  Never stand, climb or sit on ladder top, pail shelf, braces or back section 8.  When possible, have someone hold the ladder 9.  Windy conditions require extra caution 10. Do not use any components not supplied or approved by the manufacturer of this ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Always keep ladder clean of all foreign materials. 2.  Never store material on ladder. 3.  Properly support and restrain ladder in transit or storage.  Wear damage from transit vibration may weaken ladder 4.  For additional care, use and safety instructions contact your employer, dealer or the manufacturer, or see ANSI A14 Standards - USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA ADVERTENCIA: No seguir todas las instrucciones puede causar una lesión grave. ¡LEA TODAS LAS ETIQUETAS! Sólo utilice la escalera si se encuentra en buenas condiciones físicas Escalera diseñada para soportar el peso de una persona y del material.  Vea la etiqueta para determinar el peso máximo.  INSPECCIÓN 1. Inspeccione para detectar piezas flojas, dañadas o faltantes antes de cada utilización. 2. Nunca utilice una escalera con partes faltantes o dañadas 3. Nunca repare una escalera dañada sin el permiso del fabricante 4. Destruya la escalera si ha estado expuesta a calor excesivo o a algún agente corrosivo INSTALACIÓN ADECUADA 1. ¡PELIGRO! ¡EL METAL CONDUCE LA ELECTRICIDAD! Tenga cuidado cuando utilice la escalera cerca de la electricidad ya que puede producirse una descarga eléctrica o electrocución 2. Coloque todas las cuatro patas sobre un piso firme y nivelado para evitar movimientos excesivos 3. Siempre abra completamente la escalera y asegure los tensores laterales antes de subir 4. Nunca coloque un objeto debajo de una escalera ni lo fije a ella para ganar altura o para adaptarla a superficies no uniformes 5. Cuando sea necesario utilizarla sobre una superficie resbalosa, asegure la escalera para evitar el movimiento excesivo 6. No utilice la escalera frente a puertas sin llave SUBIDA Y UTILIZACIÓN ADECUADAS 1. NO ADOPTE UNA POSTURA FORZADA. Puede perder el equilibrio y/o volcar la escalera. Mantenga el centro de su cintura entre los rieles laterales y tenga cuidado ya sea cuando sube, empuja o tira de algo mientras está en la escalera. 2. Mire siempre hacia la escalera y sujétala firmemente mientras esté en ella. 3. No camine, no salte ni mueva una escalera cuando suba o se pare en ella. 4. Nunca utilice una escalera cerrada como escalera recta. Ésta puede deslizarse debajo de usted. 5. Nunca utilice una escalera como plataforma, tabla o tirante de seguridad. 6. Tenga cuidado cuando los peldaños están siendo utilizados para soportar otros objetos 7. No se pare, no suba ni se siente sobre la parte superior de la escalera, estante para balde de pintura, tirantes de seguridad o sección posterior 8. Cuando sea posible, cuente con una persona para sostener la escalera 9. Las condiciones de viento requieren precauciones adicionales 10. No utilice ningún componente que no hubiera sido suministrado o aprobado por el fabricante de esta escalera. CUIDADO Y ALMACENAMIENTO ADECUADOS 1. Siempre mantenga la escalera libre de materiales extraños. 2. Nunca almacene materiales en la escalera. 3. Apoye y sujete adecuadamente la escalera cuando esté en movimiento o cuando se guarde. El daño causado por el desgaste debido a las vibraciones en el transporte puede debilitar la escalera 4. Para instrucciones adicionales sobre el cuidado, utilización y seguridad, comuníquese con su empleador, distribuidor o fabricante o vea los estándares ANSI A14
NHB-16301

Industrial Notices

LADDER SAFETY WARNING: Failure to follow all instructions may result in serious injury. READ ALL LABELS! Only use ladder if you are in good physical condition Ladder designed to support the weight of one person and material. See Label to determine Maximum weight. INSPECTION 1. Inspect for loose, damaged…


CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS CLIMB ONLY ON FRONT SIDE OF LADDER FACE LADDER WHEN CLIMBING USE BOTH HANDS IN CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ON SPREADER BRACES, LADDER TOP OR PAINT SHELF DO NOT STRADDLE FRONT AND BACK DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA DE TIJERA MANTENGA EL CUERPO CENTRADO ENTRE LOS RIELES LATERALES NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR ALGO QUE ESTÁ MUY LEJOS NO SUBA, NO SE PARE NI SE SIENTE MÁS ARRIBA DEL SEGUNDO PELDAÑO DESDE LA PARTE SUPERIOR ASEGÚRESE QUE LA ESCALERA ESTÉ COMPLETAMENTE ABIERTA Y LOS TENSORES LATERALES ASEGURADOS COLOQUE TODAS LAS PATAS EN UNA SUPERFICIE FIRME Y NIVELADA NO LA UTILICE COMO UNA ESCALERA SIMPLE NI EN POSICIÓN PARCIALMENTE ABIERTA NO LA COLOQUE FRENTE A PUERTAS SIN LLAVE SUBA SÓLO POR LA PARTE FRONTAL DE LA ESCALERA MIRE SIEMPRE HACIA LA ESCALERA CUANDO SUBA USE AMBAS MANOS CUANDO SUBA NO LLEVE OBJETOS EN SUS MANOS CUANDO SUBA BÁJESE Y MUEVA LA ESCALERA SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO NO SUBA, NO SE PARE NI SE SIENTE EN LOS TIRANTES DE SEGURIDAD, TENSORES LATERALES, PARTE SUPERIOR DE LA ESCALERA O ESTANTE PARA BALDE DE PINTURA NO SE SIENTE HACIA ADELANTE NI HACIA ATRÁS NO SUBA DE UNA ESCALERA A OTRA NO CAMINE NI CAMBIE DE POSICIÓN LA ESCALERA MIENTRAS ESTÉ SOBRE ELLA NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL
NHB-16298

Industrial Notices

CAUTION STEP LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH DO NOT CLIMB, STAND OR SIT ABOVE SECOND STEP FROM TOP MAKE SURE LADDER IS FULLY OPEN AND SPREADERS LOCKED SET ALL FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE DO NOT USE AS A SINGLE LADDER OR IN THE PARTIALLY OPEN POSITION DO NOT PLACE…


CAUTION EXTENSION LADDER SAFETY SET UP LADDER PROPERLY TO REDUCE SLIP AND OVERLOAD HAZARD FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS SECURE LOCKS 1.  PLACE TOES AGAINST BOTTOM OF LADDER SIDE RAILS 2.  STAND ERECT 3.  EXTEND ARMS STRAIGHT OUT 4.  PALMS OF HANDS SHOULD TOUCH TOP OF RUNG AT SHOULDER LEVEL TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED EXTEND LADDER THREE FEET ABOVE ROOF FOR ACCESS DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT OVER REACH KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT. - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE LA ESCALERA DE EXTENSIÓN COLOQUE LA ESCALERA ADECUADAMENTE PARA REDUCIR EL PELIGRO DE DESLIZAMIENTO Y SOBRECARGA SIGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES ASEGURE LOS DISPOSITIVOS DE BLOQUEO  1. COLOQUE LOS DEDOS DE LOS PIES CONTRA LA PARTE INFERIOR DE LOS RIELES LATERALES DE LA ESCALERA 2. MANTÉNGALA DERECHA 3. EXTIENDA LOS BRAZOS EN FORMA RECTA 4. LAS PALMAS DE LAS MANOS DEBEN TOCAR LA PARTE SUPERIOR DE UN PELDAÑO A LA ALTURA DEL HOMBRO LA PARTE SUPERIOR DEBE COLOCARSE CON LOS DOS RIELES LATERALES APOYADOS DE LA MISMA MANERA EXTIENDA LA ESCALERA TRES PIES POR ENCIMA DEL TECHO PARA TENER ACCESO NO LA COLOQUE FRENTE A PUERTAS SIN LLAVE NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR ALGO QUE ESTÁ MUY LEJOS MANTENGA EL CUERPO CENTRADO ENTRE LOS RIELES LATERALES USE AMBAS MANOS CUANDO SUBA NO LLEVE OBJETOS EN SUS MANOS CUANDO SUBA BÁJESE Y MUEVA LA ESCALERA SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO NO SUBA DE UNA ESCALERA A OTRA NO CAMINE NI CAMBIE DE POSICIÓN LA ESCALERA MIENTRAS ESTÉ SOBRE ELLA NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL
NHB-16297

Industrial Notices

CAUTION EXTENSION LADDER SAFETY SET UP LADDER PROPERLY TO REDUCE SLIP AND OVERLOAD HAZARD FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS SECURE LOCKS 1. PLACE TOES AGAINST BOTTOM OF LADDER SIDE RAILS 2. STAND ERECT 3. EXTEND ARMS STRAIGHT OUT 4. PALMS OF HANDS SHOULD TOUCH TOP OF RUNG AT SHOULDER LEVEL TOP MUST BE PLACED…


CAUTION ARTICULATED LADDER SAFETY INSPECT LADDER BEFORE EACH USE MAKE SURE THE SLIP-RESISTANT COVERING ON ALL FOUR FEET IS PRESENT AND IN GOOD CONDITION FOLLOW LABEL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOCKING HINGES BEFORE USE NEVER ATTEMPT UNLOCKING OR REPOSITIONING HINGES WHILE STANDING ON THE LADDER LUBRICATE HINGES AS REQUIRED COVER EXPOSED HINGE MECHANISMS DURING MESSY WORK LADDER CONFIGURATIONS NOT ILLUSTRATED ON LABEL ARE NOT TO BE USED DO NOT USE ON ICE, SNOW OR SLIPPER SURFACES DO NOT TIE OR FASTEN LADDER TO ANY OTHER TYPE OF LADDER TO PROVIDE LONGER LENGTH NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA ARTICULADA INSPECCIONE LA ESCALERA ANTES DE CADA UTILIZACIÓN ASEGÚRESE QUE LAS CUATRO PATAS TENGAN REVESTIMIENTOS ANTIDESLIZANTES Y QUE ÉSTOS ESTÉN UN BUENAS CONDICIONES SIGA LAS INSTRUCCIONES DE LA ETIQUETA PARA ASEGURAR LAS BISAGRAS ANTES DE UTILIZARLA NUNCA INTENTE DESBLOQUEAR O VOLVER A PONER LAS BISAGRAS MIENTRAS ESTÉ PARADO EN UNA ESCALERA LUBRIQUE LAS BISAGRAS SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO CUBRA LOS MECANISMOS EXPUESTOS DE LA BISAGRA EN TRABAJOS QUE GENERAN SUCIEDAD NO DEBEN UTILIZARSE CONFIGURACIONES DE ESCALERA NO MOSTRADAS EN LA ETIQUETA. NO LA UTILICE SOBRE HIELO, NIEVE NI SUPERFICIES RESBALOSAS NO AMARRE NI SUJETE LA ESCALERA A NINGÚN OTRO TIPO DE ESCALERA PARA OBTENER UNA MAYOR LONGITUD NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL
NHB-16300

Industrial Notices

CAUTION ARTICULATED LADDER SAFETY INSPECT LADDER BEFORE EACH USE MAKE SURE THE SLIP-RESISTANT COVERING ON ALL FOUR FEET IS PRESENT AND IN GOOD CONDITION FOLLOW LABEL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOCKING HINGES BEFORE USE NEVER ATTEMPT UNLOCKING OR REPOSITIONING HINGES WHILE STANDING ON THE LADDER LUBRICATE HINGES AS…


CAUTION SINGLE LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING ERECT AS CLOSE TO A PITCH OF 75-1/2 DEGREES FROM THE HORIZONTAL AS POSSIBLE SET FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED SELECT A LADDER OF THE CORRECT HEIGHT FOR THE JOB TOP MUST BE PLACED WITH THE TWO SIDE RAILS EQUALLY SUPPORTED DO NOT PLACE IN FRONT OF UNLOCKED DOORS DO NOT CARRY OBJECTS IN YOUR HANDS WHILE CLIMBING DO NOT CLIMB FROM ONE LADDER TO ANOTHER DO NOT WALK OR SHIFT LADDER WHILE ON IT NEVER PLACE LADDER ON OTHER OBJECTS SUCH AS BOXES, SCAFFOLDS OR OTHER UNSTABLE BASES TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL HEIGHT. - CUIDADO USO SEGURO DE UNA ESCALERA SIMPLE MANTENGA EL CUERPO CENTRADO ENTRE LOS RIELES LATERALES NO TRATE DE ALCANZAR ALGO QUE ESTÁ MUY LEJOS USE AMBAS MANOS CUANDO SUBA INSTÁLELA CON UNA INCLINACIÓN LO MÁS CERCA POSIBLE A 75-1/2 GRADOS DE LA HORIZONTAL COLOQUE LAS PATAS EN UNA SUPERFICIE FIRME Y NIVELADA BÁJESE Y MUEVA LA ESCALERA SEGÚN SEA NECESARIO SELECCIONE UNA ESCALERA CON LA ALTURA CORRECTA PARA EL TRABAJO LA PARTE SUPERIOR DEBE COLOCARSE CON LOS DOS RIELES LATERALES APOYADOS DE LA MISMA MANERA NO LA COLOQUE FRENTE A PUERTAS SIN LLAVE NO LLEVE OBJETOS EN SUS MANOS CUANDO SUBA NO SUBA DE UNA ESCALERA A OTRA NO CAMINE NI CAMBIE DE POSICIÓN LA ESCALERA MIENTRAS ESTÉ SOBRE ELLA NUNCA COLOQUE LA ESCALERA SOBRE OTROS OBJETOS TALES COMO CAJAS, ANDAMIOS U OTRAS BASES INESTABLES PARA GANAR ALTURA ADICIONAL
NHB-16299

Industrial Notices

CAUTION SINGLE LADDER SAFETY KEEP BODY CENTERED BETWEEN SIDE RAILS DO NOT OVER-REACH USE BOTH HANDS WHILE CLIMBING ERECT AS CLOSE TO A PITCH OF 75-1/2 DEGREES FROM THE HORIZONTAL AS POSSIBLE SET FEET ON FIRM, LEVEL SURFACE GET DOWN AND MOVE LADDER AS NEEDED SELECT A LADDER OF THE CORRECT HEIGHT FOR…


SAFETY FIRST STEP LADDER - FOR YOUR SAFETY READ CAREFULLY LADDER SELECTION 1.  Select ladder of proper length to reach working height. 2.  IMPORTANT: Ladder designed to support the weight of one person plus materials and tools not more than the working load on the notice sign on this ladder. 3.  Select ladders within  the following: TYPE DUTY RATING WORKING LOAD IAA SPECIAL DUTY 375 lbs. IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA HEAVY 350 lbs. I INDUSTRIAL-HEAVY 250 lbs. II  COMMERCIAL-MEDIUM 225 lbs. III HOUSEHOLD-LIGHT                                  200 lbs. INSPECTION 1.  Inspect  upon receipt and before each use; never climb a damaged, bent or broken ladder.  All parts must be in good working order. 2.  Make sure all rivets, joints, nuts and bolts are tight, steps, spreaders and braces secure, spreaders and pail shelf function properly. 3.  Keep ladder free from grease, oil, mud, snow, wet paint and other slippery materials.  Keep shoes clean, leather soles should not be used. 4.  Never make temporary repairs to damaged or missing parts. 5.  Destroy ladder if broken, worn or if exposed to fire or chemical corrosion. PROPER SET-UP 1.  DANGER! METAL CONDUCTS ELECTRICITY!  Do not let ladders of any material come in contact with live electrical wires. 2.  Make sure ladder is fully open, spreaders secure, pail shelf in position. 3.  Place on firm level surface with a secure footing.  Do not use on a slippery surface.  Do not place on boxes, unstable bases or scaffold for additional height.  Do not place in front of door opening toward ladder. PROPER CLIMBING AND USE 1.  Never use a ladder when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication or in ill health 2.  To protect children do not leave ladder set up and unattended. 3.  Face ladder when climbing up or down.  Keep body centered between side rails. 4.  Use both hands while climbing, one hand while working 5.  Never climb a ladder from the side unless ladder it is secured against sideways motion. 6.  Do not over-reach, move ladder when needed. 7.  Do not walk or shift ladder while on it. 8.  Do not stand, climb or sit on braces, spreaders, paint shelf, back section, or above second step from top of ladder. 9.  Do not overload.  Ladders are meant for one person only.  Do not use as brace, platform or plank. 10.  Keep ladder close to work, avoid pushing or pulling the side of the ladder. PROPER CARE AND STORAGE 1.  Store ladder in safe and dry place. 2.  Properly secure and support ladder while in transit. 3.  Never store material on ladder. 4.  Keep ladder clean and free of all foreign materials. - LA SEGURIDAD ES LO PRIMERO ESCALERA DE TIJERA -  PARA SU SEGURIDAD LEA CUIDADOSAMENTE SELECCIÓN DE LA ESCALERA 1. Seleccione una escalera de longitud adecuada para llegar a la altura de trabajo. 2. IMPORTANTE: Escalera diseñada para soportar el peso de una persona más materiales y herramientas que no excedan la carga de trabajo indicada en la señal de aviso de esta escalera. 3. Seleccione escaleras de acuerdo a lo siguiente: TIPO CLASIFICACIÓN DE SERVICIO CARGA DE TRABAJO IAA SERVICIO ESPECIAL                               375 lb IA INDUSTRIAL - EXTRA PESADO 350 lb I INDUSTRIAL - PESADO 250 lb II COMERCIAL - MEDIO 225 lb III HOGAR - LIGERO 200 lb INSPECCIÓN 1. Inspecciónela al recibirla y antes de cada utilización; nunca suba a una escalera dañada, doblada o rota. Todas las partes deben estar en buenas condiciones de trabajo. 2. Verifique que todos los remaches, juntas, tuercas y pernos estén ajustados, que los peldaños, tensores laterales y tirantes de seguridad estén asegurados y que los tensores laterales y estante para balde de pintura funcionen adecuadamente. 3. Mantenga la escalera libre de grasa, aceite, barro, nieve, pintura húmeda u otros materiales resbalosos. Mantenga los zapatos limpios. No deberán usarse suelas de cuero. 4. Nunca haga reparaciones temporales en partes dañadas o faltantes. 5. Destruya la escalera si está rota, gastada o si ha estado expuesta al fuego o corrosión química. INSTALACIÓN ADECUADA 1. ¡PELIGRO! ¡EL METAL CONDUCE LA ELECTRICIDAD! No permita que las escaleras de cualquier material entren en contacto con cables con electricidad. 2. Asegúrese que la escalera esté completamente abierta, los tensores laterales asegurados y el estante para balde de pintura en posición. 3. Colóquela sobre una superficie firme y nivelada con las patas aseguradas. No la utilice sobre una superficie resbalosa. No la coloque sobre cajas, bases inestables ni andamios para alcanzar una altura adicional. No la coloque frente a una puerta que se abre hacia la escalera. SUBIDA Y UTILIZACIÓN ADECUADAS 1. Nunca utilice una escalera cuando esté bajo la influencia de alcohol, drogas o medicamentos o cuando esté enfermo 2. Para proteger a los niños, no deje la escalera instalada ni desatendida. 3. Mire a la escalera cuando suba o baje. Mantenga el cuerpo centrado entre los rieles laterales. 4. Use ambas manos cuando suba y una mano mientras trabaja 5. Nunca suba a una escalera por los lados a menos que la escalera esté asegurada para evitar que se mueva hacia un lado. 6. No trate de alcanzar algo que está muy lejos, mueva la escalera cuando sea necesario. 7. No camine ni cambie de posición la escalera mientras esté sobre ella 8. No se pare, no suba ni se siente en los tirantes de seguridad, tensores laterales, estante para balde de pintura, sección posterior ni más arriba del segundo peldaño desde la parte superior de la escalera. 9. No sobre cargue. Las escaleras son para el uso de una sola persona. No las utilice como tirantes de seguridad, plataformas o tablas. 10. Mantenga la escalera cerca del trabajo, evite empujar o tirar de un lado de la escalera. CUIDADO Y ALMACENAMIENTO ADECUADOS 1. Guarde la escalera en un lugar seguro y seco. 2. Asegure y apoye la escalera adecuadamente mientras está en movimiento. 3. Nunca almacene materiales en la escalera. 4. Mantenga la escalera limpia y libre de todos los materiales extraños.
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