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Get all seven current ANSI/ASC/ALI A14 standards for the price of six! Save $250!

This set includes:
  • A14.1-2007
    This Standard prescribes rules and establishes minimum requirements for the construction, testing, care, and use of the common types of portable wood ladders described herein in order to ensure safety under normal conditions of usage. A14.1 also prescribes the rules and minimum requirements for labeling.


  • A14.2-2007
    This standard prescribes rules and establishes minimum requirements for the construction, testing, care, and use of portable metal ladders of various types including, but not limited to, portable extension, step, trestle, sectional, combination, single, and platform laddres. A14.2 also prescribes rules and minimum requirements for labelling.

    This standard now includes items covered in A14.10.


  • A14.3-2008
    This standard prescribes minimum requirements for the design, construction, and use of fixed ladders, and sets forth requirements for cages, wells, and ladder safety systems used with fixed ladders, in order to minimize personal injuries. All parts and appurtenances necessary for a safe and efficient ladder shall be considered integral parts of the design.


  • A14.4-2009
    This safety standard prescribes minimum requirements and recommendations for the construction, design, installation, and use of job-made wooden ladders in order to minimize personal injuries. This standard does not cover portable manufactured or portable job-made ladders, permanent fixed ladders, or mobile-equipment ladders.

    The purpose of this standard is to provide reasonable safety for life and limb during any construction or demolition operation where conditions are not practical or permit the erection of temporary stairs or ramps. This standard provides a guide for compliance with minimum required specifications when job-made wooden ladders are being constructed for temporary access on construction and demolition operations.


  • A14.5-2007
    This Standard prescribes the rules governing the safe construction of portable reinforced plastic ladders of various types including, but not limited to, step stools, portable extension, step, trestle, sectional combination, single, and platform ladders. A14.5 also prescribes rules and minimum requirements for labeling.

    The purpose of this standard is to provide reasonable safety for life, limb, and property. In order to develop an effective safety program, the standard may serve also as a basis for purchase requirements and for instructions in personnel training, and in the preparation of motivational/ instructional material such as safety practices, manuals, posters, and the like.

    This standard is also intended to provide the manufacturer, purchaser, and user of reinforced plastic ladders with a set of performance and dimensional requirements against which this product may be compared. It is not the purpose of this standard to specify all the details of construction of portable reinforced plastic ladders. The limitations imposed are for the purpose of providing adequate general requirements and testing methods needed for consistency.


  • A14.7-2006
    This standard prescribes rules and requirements governing the proper design, construction, testing, care, use, and maintenance of mobile ladder stands and mobile ladder stand platforms including labeling /marking of these units.

    It excludes special purpose units that do not meet the general requirements of this standard.

    This standard establishes requirements to be met for the design, construction, testing, care, maintenance and use of mobile ladder stands and mobile ladder stand platforms.

    In order for users to develop effective operating procedures, this standard may also serve as a basis for instructing and training personnel in proper equipment use.

    It is not the purpose of this standard to specify all the details of construction of mobile ladder stands and mobile ladder stand platforms. The limitations imposed are for the purpose of providing adequate general requirements and test methods.


  • A14.9-2010
    This standard prescribes rules concerning the safe design, construction, testing, care, installation and use of permanently installed metal or wood, disappearing attic stairways of various types designed to be used for access to upper levels such as attics. Household units with duty ratings of 250, 300 and 350 lbs., or commercial units with a rating of 500 lbs. are the only units covered in this standard. This standard is not intended to apply to any attic stairway covered in any other ANSI A14 standards, or disappearing attic stairways intended for use with ceiling heights in excess of 12 feet. This standard also prescribes rules and minimum requirements for installation instructions and labeling of disappearing attic stairways in order to promote safety under normal conditions of usage.

    This standard is not intended to cover requirements for fire separation that may be required by various building codes. It does not apply where training, supervision, or established safety procedures are in conflict with, or serve in lieu of, this standard. The purpose of this document is to help provide safety for life, limb, and property by establishing standards for the design and installation of permanently installed disappearing attic stairways.

    It is not the purpose of this standard to specify all the details of construction of disappearing attic stairways. The limitations imposed are for the purpose of providing adequate general methods and testing.