Alternating tread stairs
Carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum alternating tread stairs are an OSHA-compliant, space-saving solution when a standard stair is not feasible.
Ladders are consistently one of OSHA's top ten most cited violations for general industry. The need to address the hazard they present in the workplace was one of the reasons for the 2017 update to the Walking-Working Surfaces standard
OSHA requires a minimum tread depth of 8.5" for alternating tread stairs. More useable tread depth means the entire foot is supported