This section provides an overview for safety steps as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 safety step manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A safety step is a stepladder that is designed to be safe for use by the elderly or children.
Compared to a normal stepladder, the safety step has a gentler angle of ascent and descent and wider steps. Many safety steps are equipped with handles. Simply having a handrail when ascending or descending increases the sense of security.
Safety steps are used in a wide variety of locations, from homes to offices to factories.
In the home, safety steps are often used to change a light or to maintain a garden.
In offices, they may be useful for storing cardboard boxes in the upper shelves of storerooms. If used in a factory, it is likely that work will be done on safety steps, so one with an anti-tip bar attached to the top frame will work well.
Safety steps are used in a wide range of applications, from children to the elderly, and are designed with the utmost care for people with weak legs and backs.
The following is an explanation of the features and considerations for safety steps.
Safety steps can be broadly classified into two types: stepladder type and step-stool type.
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