Norms & Standards

Our Ladders meet or exceed this norms ands standards

ANSI

The National Institute of American Standard (ANSI) was established in 1918 with the objective to improve the global business competitiveness in the United States as well as the quality of life of Americans by promoting and facilitating consensus standards and evaluation systems of compliance.

The Institute supervises the creation and the promulgation of standards and guidelines for most of the industries. ANSI jointly with ALI (American Institute of Ladders) has developed specific standards in particular for portable ladders, and the coding is based on the type of materials used for manufacturing.

ANSI A14.2-2007 : Metal Ladders

(Aluminum) Color coding for ladder top

TYPECAPACITY
Special330 KGS
Industrial250 KGS
Commercial225 KGS
Household200 KGS

ANSI A14.5-2017: Fiberglass Ladders

Color coding for profile ladders

TYPECAPACITY
Special300 KGS
Industrial250 KGS
Commercial225 KGS

OSHA

It is an Agency of the Department of Labor of the United States that was created in 1970 by the Congress and after the Occupational Safety and Health Act and named Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Its mission is to ensure healthier and safer conditions for working women and men by developing standards, providing training, education and support.

ANSI jointly with ALI (American Institute of Ladders) has developed specific standards in particular for portable ladders, and the coding is based on the type of materials used for manufacturing.