VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions

VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions & troubleshooting

VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 13500093 2 Step Steel Ladder
Instruction Manual

VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 2Please read all instructions carefully before use and retain them for future reference.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 3CAUTION Do not immerse in water.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 4Erect at the correct angle.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 5Extend ladder 1m above landing point.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 6Maximum Load of 150kg/330lbs.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 7Use the correct way up.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 8Do not sidestep off the ladder.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 9Ensure the ground is free from contaminants.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 10Erect on a level base.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 11Do not overreach.
VonHaus 3500093 2 Step Steel Ladder Instructions  & troubleshooting 12Erect on a firm base.

WARNING! Failure to adhere to the warnings and instructions contained in this manual and on the product could result in serious or fatal injury.
INTENDED USE
This Ladder is designed and intended for domestic use, as a climbing aid in the home and garden and for hobbies.
This ladder is not a toy. Children should be supervised at all times to ensure they do not play with the ladder system.
Only use the ladder system as described in these instructions. Any other use is deemed improper and may result in damage to property, personal injury or even death.

BEFORE USE
Ensure that you are fit enough to use a ladder. Certain medical conditions (including pregnancy) or medication, alcohol or drug abuse could make ladder use unsafe.
Check with your doctor before using the ladder.
Wear tight-fitting clothing, remove the jewelry and tie long hair back when using the ladder.
Always wear suitable footwear when climbing a ladder; flat, dry, treaded, and shoes with securely tied laces are considered appropriate footwear.
Ensure that the surface you will rest the ladder against is capable of supporting the combined weight of the ladder, operator, and any carried objects.
Doors (but not fire doors or similar), windows, and areas of entry/exit should be secured when using the ladder.
All distractions should be reasonably avoided. Always set up the Step Ladder so that it is always freely accessible.
When transporting ladders on roof bars or in a truck, ensure they are suitably placed and secured to prevent damage.
Inspect the ladder upon delivery and before first use to confirm the condition and operation of all parts. Use the checklist provided in the ‘Before Use: Risk Assessment’ section of this manual.
Visually check that the ladder is not damaged and is safe to use at the start of each working day when the ladder is to be used.
Remove any contamination from the ladder, such as wet paint, mud, oil or snow.
For professional users, regular periodic inspection is required.
Before using a ladder at work, a risk assessment should be carried out respecting the legislation in the country fuse.
Ensure the ladder is suitable for the task. If unsure, contact a qualified person for guidance.
Do not use a damaged or otherwise unsuitable ladder.

POSITIONING AND ERECTING THE LADDER
Ensure the ladder is fully collapsed, all locks are secured, and the ladder is free from contaminants before moving to the area of work. Only erect and close in a safe work area. Do not move the ladder when erect. Only position and use the ladder on an even, level, and unmoveable base.
When positioning the ladder, take into account the risk of collision with the ladder e.g. from pedestrians, vehicles, or doors. Secure doors (not fire exits) and windows where possible in the area. Identify any electrical risks in the work area, such as overhead lines or other exposed electrical equipment.
This ladder does not offer insulation or protection from electrical hazards. The ladder shall only be positioned flat on its feet, not the rungs or steps. Never position or use the ladder on slippery surfaces (such as ice, shiny surfaces, or significantly contaminated solid surfaces) unless additional effective measures are taken to prevent the ladder from slipping or ensure contaminated surfaces are sufficiently clean.
The ladder shall be erected at the correct position, such as the correct angle for a leaning ladder (angle of inclination approximately 1:4) with the rungs or treads level (e.g. 1m  away from the base of a wall if extending to climb 4m up).
Always position the ladder against a flat, non-fragile surface and secure properly before use e.g. tied down or with the use of a suitable stability device.
Ensure the locking devices on each rung are fully secured before use.
Never attempt to move or reposition the ladder from above

USING THE LADDER
Do not exceed the maximum total load of 150kg/330lbs for this ladder.
Only allow one person to use the ladder at any time. Ladders should only be used for light work of short duration.
Use non-conductive ladders for unavoidable live electrical work.
This ladder is not suitable for live electrical work as it is conductive and offers no protection from electrical hazards.
Never erect or use the ladder upside down. The base should always sit firmly on the ground.
Do not use the ladder outside in adverse weather conditions, such as strong wind or rain.
Do not leave an extended ladder unattended. Take precautions against children playing on the ladder.
Do not place any tools or other objects on the rungs and do not hang anything on the ladder system.
Equipment carried while using a ladder should be light and easy to handle.
Face the ladder and keep a secure grip when ascending and descending.
Do not slide down the stiles of the ladder. Climb and descend with deliberate movements.
Always maintain 3 points of contact with the ladder at all times e.g. two feet on the same rung and a hand on the stiles.
Use additional safety equipment if this is not possible. Maintain a handhold whilst working from a ladder or take additional safety precautions if you cannot.
Do not overreach; always keep your belt buckle (navel) inside the stiles and both feet on the same step/rung throughout the task.
Avoid work that imposes a sideways load on standing ladders, such as side-on drilling through solid materials (e.g. brick or concrete).
Do not stand on the top four steps/rungs of a standing ladder with an extending ladder at the top.
Do not stand on the top three steps/rungs on the ladder; this can cause stability issues.
Do not stand on the top two steps/rungs of a standing ladder without a platform and hand/knee rail.
Do not use the ladder as a bridge. Do not use standing ladders for access to another level.
Leaning ladders used for access to a higher level should be extended at least 1m above the landing point Do not step off a leaning ladder at a higher level without additional security, such as tying off or use of a suitable stability device.
Do not step off the side of the ladder. Do not spend long periods on a ladder without regular breaks (tiredness is a risk). Take care when closing the ladder to not catch any fingers, clothing, or hair in the mechanisms. Close one rung at a time.

REPAIR, MAINTENANCE, AND STORAGE
Fully collapse the ladder, closing all rungs, and secure before storage or handling.
Clean with a suitable proprietary household cleaner and a soft dry cloth. Dry all parts thoroughly before storing.
Do not submerge your ladder in water or any liquid for any reason.
Store your ladder indoors in a dry environment away from other contaminants. Do not rest other objects on the ladder. Only store the ladder when it is dry.
Do not subject your ladder system to humid or damp environments. These can damage the ladder.
Store the correct way up. The base should always sit on the ground.
Repairs and maintenance shall be carried out by a competent person with suitable replacement parts.
Unapproved third-party spares are not recommended and will void your warranty.

WORKING POSITION

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DISPOSAL INFORMATION Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your local authority for recycling advice.
CUSTOMER SERVICE If you are having difficulty using this product and require support, please contact [email protected] (UK/EU) [email protected] (US)

WARRANTY

To register your product and find out if you qualify for a free extended warranty please go to www.vonhaus.com/warranty. Please retain a proof of purchase receipt or statement as proof of the purchase date. The warranty only applies if the product is used solely in the manner indicated in the warnings page of this manual, and all other instructions have been followed accurately.
Any abuse of the product or the manner in which it is used will invalidate the warranty. Returned goods will not be accepted unless re-packaged in its original packaging and accompanied by a relevant and completed returns form. This does not affect your statutory rights. No rights are given under this warranty to a person acquiring the appliance second-hand or for commercial or communal use.
COPYRIGHT All material in this instruction manual is copyrighted by DOMU Brands. Any unauthorized use may violate worldwide copyright, trademark, and other laws.

THANK YOU
Thank you for purchasing your product/appliance.
Should you require further assistance with your purchase, you can contact us at [email protected]
(UK/EU) [email protected] (US)
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