Our Warehouse Steps range comprises of high quality mobile access products that help your workplace run smoothly and effectively. What's more, many of our warehouse ladders meet the requirements of BS EN 131, the British Standard HSE recommended to look for when purchasing portable steps for a UK business.
With our range of Warehouse Steps, we’ve got something for every warehouse or stockroom. Starting from ladders with 2 steps all the way up to 15. No matter how high you need to reach we can help you get there. You’ll find we offer a few options when it comes to tread material as well. Choose the standard metal grid or upgrade to an anti-slip tread for extra safety.
Hand rails feature on many of our warehouse steps over 2 steps to ensure you’ve always got an extra point of contact with the ladder. If you choose a ladder with a larger top work platform these will also come with a barrier to ensure safety when working at height. These steps with extra platform space are ideal when unloading directly from a lorry without its own lowering platform.
EN 131 certified Warehouse Steps
A great example of robust and quality safety steps are our exclusive EN Certified range. The range comes in 2, 3 and 4 tread options which are certified with EN14183, and a 5-tread version which is certified with EN 131 standard. This ensures that the max load allowance and overall quality is more than adequate, and is backed by a 3-year guarantee.
Warehouse Steps with the BSI Kitemark
Our classic warehouse steps, manufactured in the UK by Redhill. These mobile safety steps have been rigorously tested and certified to EN 131. They have also been awarded the British Standard Kitemark for the quality of rungs, stile and component connection strength, overall deflection and stability.
To read more about the Kitemark certified classic warehouse steps, check out this case study.
Remember when working at height its vital to adhere to health and safety regulations:
- Ensure all equipment is well maintained and isn’t damaged before using.
- Make sure you are working on a level surface.
- Employ the 3 points of contact rule.
- Limit working at height for no more than 30 minutes at a time.