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Werner presenting ladder safety courses

Werner is offering free fall protection and ladder safety courses online and at in-person events this fall.

“We may be known for ladders and fall protection equipment, but our commitment to safety doesn’t end when our users’ boots touch the ground,” Werner’s national safety training manager, Chad Lingerfelt, said in a statement. “This fall, we’ll continue to train thousands of construction pros, whether it’s at a responsible distance in-person or through virtual online sessions. Our focus remains on the health, well-being and productivity of the professionals we serve.”

Courses will focus on fall protection and ladder safety basics but can be customized to fit specific jobsite needs, according to the company.

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