Ladder Safety Tips – Main Causes of Ladder Falls #Infographic #Safety

The biggest causes for ladder falls and accidents are due to a variety of reasons. Some of the reasons might be inappropriate ladder selection, incorrect ladder setup angle, insufficient ladder inspection, and overall improper ladder use.

Even though ladders a lot of the time look like a simple tool to use and they don’t need a lot of instruction or training, they can be an accident waiting to happen because people just use them incorrectly. And even though we don’t hear a lot about ladder accidents and other ladder mishaps they’re a lot more common than you might think.

We’ve created this amazing infographic with all sorts of useful info, stats and other fun facts to help you better use a ladder for everyday use, while on the job or maybe just a couple of times a year for whatever the occasion is. Thanks for checking it out and be sure to visit us online!

An infographic by Little Giant Ladders.

Accessible attractions around the UK #Infographic #Accessibility

Companion Stairlifts have recently created an infographic both highlighting and publicizing attractions in the UK that are leading the way when it comes to both accessible facilities and inclusive attitudes. Those who have limited mobility often struggle to plan days out due to limited information about attractions or limited services when they arrive there. By showing attractions across the UK that include lots of different interests and hobbies, there is a hope that these struggles will lessen while praising the attractions that are doing so well to make everyone feel included.

With relaxed lanes in supermarkets and quiet hours in certain shops, being inclusive and thoughtful is now becoming a focal point of many campaigns which is increasing social awareness and therefore an understanding of the struggles that many face. Some of the attractions included are famous worldwide, other are more local but no less accessible and exciting in the services they offer.

An infographic by Companion Stairlifts.

Cleaning Products You Already Have at Home #Infographic #Cleaning #Eco

Have you ever made any statistic about how much money you spend on cleaning detergents on an annual basis? Well, the numbers will be probably higher than expected. However, there is a straightforward and frugal way to maintain clean and organized home with products you already have at your place.

You could really work wonders with some baking soda, white vinegar, and lemon juice. It is not only eco-friendly, harmless for your family and cheaper, but actually a very efficient way of cleaning. For example, use a mixture of white vinegar and baking soda or bleach and lemon juice to flawlessly clean your carpet, hard floor, windows, drains, upholstery and whatever else you need cleaned around the house.

By using the products in this infographic and your imagination, you could make some great combinations that will surprise you with their effectiveness. So why keep wasting more for chemicals and store-bought cleaners when you already have it all at your fingertips?

An infographic by Cleaners Cleaning.

6 Benefits of Car Tint #Infographic #Vehicle

One of the basic modifications that we often install into our car is window tint. Car tint often comes as an afterthought for many, but did you know that besides from privacy, car tint provides other benefits that you can make your driving experience safer, comfortable and more enjoyable? Here are key takeaways from the visual guide below:

It filters excess brightness from the outside, shielding your eye from blinding glare of the sun, thus avoiding possible road accidents. Furthermore, it improves privacy and security. It acts as a deterrent for criminals since they are not able to see the insides of your vehicle. Also, it keeps others from looking at you, which is rather intimidating and weird.

Moreover, tinted windows protect the upholstery of your car from scorching rays of the sun, thus preventing early deterioration. And, in addition, they keep your car cool and save energy from air conditioning, blocks UV rays that are harmful to our health and improve the personality of your vehicle.

To learn more, check this infographic from Global Tint as they present to you the six reasons why you should tint your car today.

An infographic by Global Tint.

What is DevOps and how does it help organizations? #Infographic #DevOps

There is a lot of confusion on what DevOps actually is. Many consider it as a gradual change in processes while other consider it as a change in methodologies or IT tools. To us, it is nothing but an organized cultural transformation that every business must adopt to become a high performing company.

DevOps is a term that collated two emerging trends. One is the adoption of agile or lean approaches for development and delivery. Companies have adopted “agile operations” at their core to ensure continuous and flawless development. However, the pressure to deliver products on a continuous basis gave rise to another trend that mixes development with operations. This is what DevOps is. We can see that DevOps is just a way in which companies need to operate.

Given the pressure to deliver high-quality code faster with less time available for quality assurance, DevOps attempts to streamline the process and set guidelines on how different teams should interact with each other and ensures a right quality product is delivered on right times. This speaks of how DevOps is a cultural change, however without support from appropriate tools and technologies it is just a vague concept. To make life easier, I have summarized the life cycle of DevOps in the form of an infographic.

An infographic by Cygnet Infotech.