|Title:||Electrical safety: use of metal ladders (aluminium steel)|
|Document ID:||Administrative Circular A 6799|
|Date of issue:||Wednesday, 8 June 1988|
|Status:||NO LONGER APPLICABLE|
|Description:||Instruction that ladders used for electrical work must be made of non-conductive material.|
|Applicable to:||General medical units, psychiatric service units, public health units, community health units & dental health service units|
|Period of effect:||from 8 June 1988|
|Authorised by:||Dr C.R. Joyner, Commissioner of Health, Health Department of Western Australia, 08-Jun-1988|
|Print version:||View print version|
Electrical safety: use of metal ladders (aluminium steel)
The use of metal ladders (aluminum steel) for electrical work is considered unsafe and should not be permitted in service units.
Please ensure that ladders of non-conductive material (ie. timber or fibreglass) are used for this purpose in the interests of staff safety.
Dr C.R. Joyner
This circular last updated: Thursday, 19 May 2005 at 10:01am