LADDER
INSPECTIONS

LADDER
INSPECTIONS


SVI Refurb can help perform ladder inspections, according to NFPA 1911, Standard for Inspection, Maintenance, Testing, and Retirement of In-Service Emergency Vehicles.

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NFPA LADDER TESTING recommendations


  • NFPA 1932 GROUND LADDER INSPECTION

    According to NFPA 1932, all ground ladders shall be service tested on the following schedule:

  • Before the ladder is placed in service for the first time
  • At least annually
  • At any time a ladder is suspected of being unsafe
  • After the ladder has been subjected to overloading
  • After the ladder has been subjected to impact loading or unusual condition of use
  • Whenever the ladder has been exposed or is suspected of having been exposed to direct flame contact
  • Whenever the head sensor label has changed to indicate heat exposure
  • After any repairs have been completed, unless the only repair was replacing the halyard

  • NFPA 1911 CHAPTER 22 AERIAL INSPECTION

    According to NFPA 1911 Chapter 22, aerial inspections shall be conducted on the following schedule:

  • At least annually
  • After major repairs or overhaul
  • Following the use of the aerial device when it could have been subjected to unusual operating conditions of stress or load
  • When there is reason to believe usage has suceeded the manufacturer's recommended aerial device operating procedures