Tell people in the area that you are working on the ladder
Restrict access barricading the pathway with pylons or locking the door
Nothing people will realize you are working when they see the ladder.
The rule that you should have one hand and two feet contact with the ladder.
The rule that you should have two hands and one foot in contact with the ladder.
The rule that you should have one hand and two feet OR two hands and one foot in contact with the ladder.
None of the above
ONLY if you can maintain three points of contact
ONLY when you make a platform out of two ladders and a bridge
ONLY if you are extra careful
They are not maintaining 3 points of contact
They are over-reaching
They are using the wrong ladder for the job
There are too many people on the ladder
All of the above
Get someone to hold the base of the ladder
Move the ladder closer to object you need to access
Use a tool to extend your reach
Use only two points of contact to allow you to stretch just a bit farther
If the damage isn't too bad you can still use the ladder
Find another ladder that is in good condition
Tell coworkers not to use the ladder
Make sure the damaged ladder is tagged, repaired or thrown away
No more than 1 rung from the top
You can stand on the very top as long as you maintain 3 point contact
No more than 2 rungs from the top
If the ladder is in good condition it doesn't matter how far up you climb