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They have to be light in weight, as they are being raised. They need to be stable, because work is done on them. They need to have a high load bearing capacity, because employees usually have heavy tools with them when standing on them. These are requirements that we place on steps. And only when these are satisfied can we be sure that these climbing aids will make your work easier and keep your employees feeling safe. This is why these requirements have also been formalised in the DIN EN 14183 standard for steps.
DIN EN 14183 defines specific procedures, dimensions and material components for the design of steps.
Whether ladder steps, stair steps, step stools or mobile steps, three or four steps don't make a big difference when at a height. In contrast to ladders, all steps may be used right up to the topmost step. The decisive differences for you results from the material and the design. Depending on the working environment, different materials may be suitable.
An alternative to steps are working platforms. These have an even wider surface.
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