The Ladder has been in need of an upgrade for far too long! 

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Finally the Answer is here! Extanda!

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On a regular ladder the front of your foot is not supported. With Extanda
it allows for better balance and improved footing.

Extanda comes with a non slip strip to help secure your footing while on the ladder

 

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Extanda was designed to automatically open and close with the ladder

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Other Facts

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The Ladder has been in need of an upgrade for far too long! 

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#2

According to the World Health Organization, the United States.  Each year, there are more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries in the U.S. that are caused by falls from ladders. 

*https://www.nachi.org/ladder-safety.htm

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Most ladder falls are from 10 feet or less.

*https://www.nachi.org/ladder-safety.htm

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The most common injuries from ladder accidents are fractures, however, the fall may result in a traumatic injury such as a brain injury and spinal cord injuries.

*https://www.autoaccident.com/ladder-injuries-and-defects.html

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The most common type of ladder-related injury, with 32%, is fractures

*Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report on ladder safety

*https://cultureofsafety.thesilverlining.com/safety-tips/ladder-safety

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According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 50% of all ladder-related accidents were due to individuals carrying items as they climbed

*Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report on ladder safety

*https://cultureofsafety.thesilverlining.com/safety-tips/ladder-safety

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Hospital-based data from northern Sweden indicates that there were 114 ladder accidents during 1 year and, of these, one third happened during working hours. The majority of injured were men (81%), and the average age was 42 years. Thirty percent of the accidents during working hours took place outdoors while the corresponding figure was 77% during leisure time. The most common accident was a fall from a free, straight tilting ladder (73%), or a stepladder (20%). It was common for the tilting ladders to slide on the ground (41%) and for the stepladders to fall sideways (48%). The extremities were most commonly injured (60%), and 37% of all injuries were fractures. Those 50 years old and over received the most serious injuries. One third of the injured still had persisting symptoms more than 1 year after the accident. Twenty-seven percent of the injured needed hospitalization for an average of 8 days, and two thirds of the patients entitled to sickness benefit received this benefit for an average of 57 days. On average, the total care and sickness benefits amounted to SEK (Swedish Crowns) 12,300 ($2,000) per case, of which half was sickness benefit.

*https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0022437592900358

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