Steady the Ladder so Your Department can Climb Even Higher
Imagine a ladder laying on the ground, serving no purpose other than a tripping hazard. Ryan Gallik & Associates assesses the risk and makes an observation of any ground obstructions (reasons we couldn’t pick the ladder up and begin moving forward), and soon after, we assess for overhead obstructions. Once we determine we’re clear of ground / overhead obstructions, we strategically place the ladder in a position that is secure and will soon provide us with the ability to make the the rung by rung (step by step) process to reach our objectives. First, we must review the anatomy of the ladder. If you look at the ladder, we have two supporting beams that are perfectly parallel to one another. This represents labor and management. Without the two supporting beams, the rungs would fall and not allow us to reach our objectives.