By Wendy Bennett, CRSP, Executive Director, AgSafe Falls from ladders are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries. Sprains and strains are the most common types of injuries associated with ladder use resulting from overreaching, shifting weight or body position, and lifting or carrying ladders. Tripod ladders, also known as orchard ladders, are commonly used by workers to harvest tree fruit and by landscape workers for pruning and hedge trimming. This type of ladder should never be used like a step ladder or an extension ladder because it is not designed to be set up on firm, smooth ground and may … Continue reading Don’t Miss a Step When it Comes to Ladder Safety!
This post is the second in a series of helpful skill share videos from the Edible Garden Project in North Vancouver. Holly Rooke, Farm Manager for the North Shore Neighbourhood House’s Edible Garden Project, has managed greenhouse production for many season. Learn her tips and tricks for pruning and training tomatoes to maximize your harvest in this skill share video. www.ediblegardenproject.com North Shore Food Charter Implementation: Pruning Tomatoes for Maximum Production from Emily Jubenvill on Vimeo.