Industry I 2020-08-31, Number of views:40

DR.SAFETY, as its name shows, is always care about safety. Safe up, safe down, safe home is not just our slogan but also is our cares to our clients.

We care about everyone's safety problem, so we always focus on producing safety ladders for you.

Every day in China:

· 6,000 people are injured while using a ladder.

· 500 of them will suffer a long-term or permanent disability.

· Five person will die, never returning home to friends and family.

This happens every single day in China. Now, you may be thinking, “What does it matter? People are commonly injured from things like jumping on a trampoline or getting in a car accident. Why is ladder usage any different?”

In the public’s belief that these incidents are purely from human error, most see little need to make a change. To put the stats into perspective, remember that the statistics above don’t even account for the amount of ladder-related injuries that happen outside of China on a daily basis. If we included the international statistics, the amount of ladder injuries and deaths would skyrocket.

So, why is it important that we make a change? Because at DR.LADDER, we believe that we can make a difference by engineering ladders that account for human error and solve the real day-to-day problems faced by our consumers.

How Dr.Ladder Is Helping 

Although those statistics are jarring, remember you and your loved ones don’t have to be a statistic. With the right ladder and the right training, you too, can help prevent injuries and save lives. Years ago, after the Dr.Ladder  team heard about those statistics, we changed the way we approached engineering and manufacturing. We always consider safety and usefulness when engineering our ladders.


We start by considering the most common causes of ladder-related injuries. We think of the things that people do that cause injuries and deaths and engineer our ladders to solve for human behavior. Some of the top things that cause injury include:

  • Overreaching

  • Working on unlevel ground

  • Not facing your work

It can be easy to get caught up in the gloom of ladder falls and injuries, but it’s important to remember that together, we can prevent injuries and save lives. With the right ladder, designed for the right tasks, accompanied by the right training, you can get stuff done without fear of injury. If you are interested in learning more about ladder safety, we invite you to join us throughout the month of March, on our website, social media platforms. Want to get started right away?