May 24, 2004
- LB International Inc. Recall of Fold-Away Ladders Sold by Hammacher Schlemmer
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), LB International Inc., of Hauppauge, N.Y. and Hammacher Schlemmer are voluntarily recalling about 1,500 “Stow-Anywhere” Ladders. A rung on these aluminum, multi-purpose ladders can release or the side rail can bend unexpectedly. If that happens, the ladder can collapse, causing the user to fall.
September 8, 1999
- RIDGID® Stepladders Recalled by Louisville Ladder
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Louisville Ladder Group LLC, of Louisville, Ky., is recalling about 10,700 RIDGID® brand stepladders. Some ladders have steps that are too short and are improperly attached to the ladder. The step can detach from the ladder, causing a consumer to fall.
June 24, 1998
- Attic Stairways Recalled by Davidson Ladder
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Davidson Ladder Inc. ofSmyrna, Tenn., is recalling about 1,150 attic stairways. Ahinge can fail, causing the opened stairways to collapse.Consumers climbing the stairs can fall and be injured.
JUNE 19, 1997
- Space Master Sliding Attic Ladder Recall by Werner
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), The Werner Ladder Company in conjunctionwith the Kentucky Ladder Company is recalling about 400 Space Mastersliding attic ladders. When in use, the ladder can slide down from theattic and then slide back up for storage. The ladder has a simple metalhook to lock the ladder in the stored position. On some ladders, thehook/lock was attached upside down, which could result in the ladder notbeing properly secured in the storage position. The ladder could becomedislodged, slide down, and injure someone.
April 10, 1996; Last Revised October 2, 2003
- Industrial Fiberglass Extension Ladders Recalled by Keller
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Keller Industries of FortLauderdale, Fla., is recalling 29,691 Industrial Type I andIndustrial Heavy Duty Type IA fiberglass extension ladders.A support brace located on the ladder's base section couldinterfere with the operation of the rung locks. If the braceinterferes with the locks, the ladder may appear to besecurely locked in place when it is not. As a result theladder could collapse causing a person standing on theladder to fall and be seriously injured.
July 6, 1993
- "A" Frame Pool Ladders Replacement Program by Delair Group
September 30, 1992
- Aluminum Two-Step Ladder Recalled By Super Young Industrial Co., Ltd.
MAY 29, 1992
- Delair Group, Inc. Offers Replacement Parts For Certain "A" Frame Pool Ladders
June 15, 1988
- Convertible Ladder-Chair Recalled by Maxton/Cox Furniture
July 7, 1987
- Dotline Pool Ladder Step Replacement by Mengo
May 26, 1983
- Slide Ladders Recalled by Carolina Enterprises
July 7, 1978
- Stepladders Recalled by Sears