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I am presenting at the Construction Safety Conference  

"Ladder Accidents & Violations…an Unnecessary Expense"

in Chicago in a couple of week. I am about done with my presentation and would like some best practices, incidents, pictures, etc. on Ladder Safety that you would be willing to share with me. You can reply to the forum or personally to me at jay@encouragingsafety.com. When I come back I'll post my information where you can download it including a recording of my presentation.  Thanks!

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Jay, i would really appreciate a copy of your presentation on ladder safety. Thanks for the offer. my email is as follows: kpettigrew@golsm.com
Jay,
Please do the best you can with this. Ladder safety is very important. It is just over a year ago that a neighbor of mine fell from a ladder while washing windows at his home. I was the first person there and called 911. He survived about 1 week. The swellinig in his brain was too great. It was a 6 foot ladder typical of a homeowner. It was leaning against the wall. It was not opened properly. It shifted, he fell, I heard the fall from approximately 150' away.
Please stress that ladder safety is often overlooked with deadly consequneces.
Good luck!
I hope the weather holds for you. It is in the 30's this week.
Don
Looking forward to your maserpiece, please send me you copy to sheicare@hotmail.com

Danny
D, do not have anything to share with you right now, however, I would be interested in seeing your presentation :)  My email is terrymcqueen65@gmail.com.  Good luck with your presentation, it is so important and a topic that has many people asking questions!

Good luck! Would love to see your efforts :) I'm sure you will do great! Katie. (katie@inspiredtraining24-7.com)

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