Here’s the simple, ingenious, cost-effective solution for ladder safety compliance. If you’re responsible for sending people up on a roof, LadderAnchor is your best choice for getting them back down safe and sound. Developed by one of America’s most innovative commercial roofing contractors for their own workers’ safety, LadderAnchor gives you the edge in every way.
Send 'em Home Alive and Well
When a worker is injured, disabled or killed in a fall, it’s a tragedy for everybody—family, community and employer. But every accident is preventable. That’s why installing LadderAnchor is smart business and the right thing to do.
- OSHA compliant pursuant to regulations 1910.23 and 1926.1053(B)(1).
- Field tested.
- Extremely easy, low-cost installation on flat or pitched roofs.
- Tested and proven to provide excellent ladder security.
- Coated steel plate – durable, rugged, recyclable.
an ideal solution
The Best Choice for Your Buildings
Why building owners and maintenance and safety managers should install LadderAnchor on their buildings—or specify it in contractor bids:
- A simple, low-cost, maintenance-free way to reduce injuries and liability and meet ladder safety compliance requirements.
- Visually unobtrusive, maintains the building’s esthetics.
- Can’t be used for unauthorized access to roof, unlike permanent ladder systems.
- Show employees you’re committed to their safety.
- Counter fear of heights by providing a stable, secure ladder fall-protection system.
The Best Choice for Contractors
Why roofing, HVAC, solar and building contractors should install LadderAnchor on their clients’ buildings:
- Greater safety for your own employees—ladder-related slip-and-fall injuries are a major cause of worker injuries, disability and death.
- A great low-cost leave-behind for your customers’ benefit.
- Set your business apart by showing your professional commitment to your people’s safety and theirs.
- Reduce lost time and liability issues for you and your customers.
- Improve workers’ productivity and concentration by countering fear of heights.
- Helps with employee attraction and retention.
tested and proven
What LadderAnchor Users Say
"My job includes inspecting our contractors’ roofing work, so I’ve personally used a contractor-installed LadderAnchor many times. LadderAnchor eliminates the possibility of the top of the ladder slipping sideways. The contractors I work with are very concerned with job safety and are always trying to improve safety procedures. Not having a solid anchor point for the top of the ladder has always been a safety concern without a foolproof solution. LadderAnchor is the solution."
– Jon Stafford, Duro-Last Roofing, Inc.
"I’m the maintenance supervisor for 26 convenience stores and our corporate buildings. It’s my responsibility to see that our guys do things in ways that are OSHA approved. We’ve had LadderAnchor installed with several roofing jobs. Our guys and the HVAC contractors who have to go up on our roofs really like LadderAnchor, because they don’t have to climb the ladder before securing it to the roof. The ladder is secure before you leave the ground. It can’t slip sideways or downward. It’s simple and easy. I’m looking forward to seeing LadderAnchor installed on all our stores."
– Dan Walton, Schmuckal Oil Co.
"We decided to install a good ladder-safety system after one of our custodians was injured when a ladder slid out from under him. We looked at other ways, but LadderAnchor made the most sense. We installed 26 of them on our buildings, so easy installation was important. It works with different ladder sizes. It’s visually unobtrusive, and since we have kids who try to find ways to get on top of our buildings, we can’t have permanent ladders on our walls. Our maintenance staff really likes LadderAnchor. It’s a solid, simple, easy solution for ladder safety."
– Paul Thwing, Director of Capital Projects and Maintenance, Traverse City Area Public Schools
A portion of the profits from LadderAnchor sales will be donated to The Rock Youth Center in Kingsley, MI.
Vital Safety Statistics
According to the United State Bureau of Labor Statistics:
- Roofers suffer the fourth highest fatality rate of all civilian occupations, 14 times the norm for all occupations (2015).
- Falls account for 17% of all worker fatalities (2015).
- 20% of fatal falls are from ladders,18% from roofs (2010).