Providing quality services is the main aim of Cardiff. Ladder inspection in Pakistan is now offered at
Cardiff along experienced and skilled staff. Ladder inspection is important. Ladder inspection in Pakistan
is now demanded by various industries. Ladder inspection in Pakistan is serviced by Cardiff international.
You can trust CSCP global for ladder inspection in Pakistan. Ladder inspection is as important as other
safety measures to be taken at workplaces. Ladder inspection service is offered by CSCP. Ladder
inspection is all catered with experienced and skilled team of CSCP. Ladder inspection is a vital part of
keeping workers safe.
The points to be checked as prior by our team are as follows:
 Metal Parts broken, loose, dented, rusty, missing (ladder inspection)
 Side Rails broken, loose, dented, rusty, signs of deterioration (ladder inspection)
 Rungs broken, loose, dented, rusty, signs of deterioration (ladder inspection)
 Braces, Uprights or Steps broken, cracked, splintered, chipped, defective, missing or signs of
deterioration (ladder inspection)
 Anti-Slip Feet broken, cracked, defective, poor condition, missing, or signs of deterioration
(ladder inspection)
 Extension ladder lock, pulley or other fittings worn, out of place, damaged, unworkable, missing
or signs of deterioration (ladder inspection)
 Steps: greasy, slippery, cracks, splitting (ladder inspection)
 Spreader Arms and Stops broken, bent, loose, damaged, defective, rusty, unworkable or missing
(ladder inspection)
 Rope damaged, worn, broken, frayed, knotted or missing (ladder inspection)
 Pail Tray damaged, worn, broken, bent, rusty, tight, unworkable or missing (ladder inspection)
 Ladder makeshift repairs, signs of deterioration, bent, warped, twisted or bowed (ladder
 Storage Improperly stored (ladder inspection)
 Identification Marks (CSA) (ladder inspection)
The law says that ladders can be used for work at height when a risk assessment has shown that using
equipment offering a higher level of fall protection is not justified because of the low risk and short
duration of use; or there are existing workplace features which cannot be altered. You should only use
ladders in situations where they can be used safely, e.g. where the ladder will be level and stable, and
where it is reasonably practicable to do so, the ladder can be secured. That is where you require an
inspection team that can inspect it all, just as CSCP.

 Check the stiles – make sure they are not bent or damaged, as the ladder could buckle or
collapse. (Ladder inspection)
 Check the feet – if they are missing, worn or damaged the ladder could slip. Also check ladder
feet when moving from soft/dirty ground (e.g. dug soil, loose sand/ stone, a dirty workshop) to a
smooth, solid surface (e.g. paving slabs), to make sure the foot material and not the dirt (e.g.
soil, chippings or embedded stones) is making contact with the ground. (Ladder inspection)
 Check the rungs – if they are bent, worn, missing or loose the ladder could fail. (Ladder
 Check any locking mechanisms – if they are bent or the fixings are worn or damaged the ladder
could collapse. Ensure any locking bars are engaged. (Ladder inspection)
 Check the stepladder platform – if it is split or buckled the ladder could become unstable or
collapse. (Ladder inspection)
 Check the steps or treads on stepladders – if they are contaminated they could be slippery; if
the fixings are loose on steps, they could collapse. (Ladder inspection)
You can trust us to join the world’s biggest professional health and safety body to be a part of an
active and respected community of like-minded people, who are all contributing to a safer and
healthier world of work.