What Is Angle Ladders Should Be Set to before Climbing?

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Ladders should be set to an angle of 75 degrees and the horizontal distance from its top support point to the foot of the ladder should be ¼ of the unsupported length of the ladder. When working with a ladder you should be extremely careful and a distance of three meters should be observed when working near electrical lines.
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The ladder should be placed at a suitable angle, ideally at about 75° to the horizontal, i.e. about 1 m out of every 4 m in height to ensure safety before climbing
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