Scaffold appreciation & inspection

This training course will help you to understand the key safety and legal requirements to reduce the risks of working around scaffolding.





Who should attend

Site managers

Material controllers

Forklift truck drivers

Technical staff

Anyone else who needs to inspect or control the erection of traditional tube and fitting scaffolds, or Layher System scaffolds.

What you'll learn

How to identify the various components used in scaffolding

Practical knowledge of fitting scaffolds, and how to identify the various components

The erection sequences and the fixing of scaffold members

Scaffold tie systems criteria

Inspection procedures for scaffolding (a practical inspection can be carried out if on site)

Completing the Scaffold Inspection Register

The legislation and standards surrounding the relevant type of scaffolding chosen (Tube & Fitting or Layher System)

How to control risks and common health and safety hazards.

Benefits to you

On completion of this course, and after assessment of your competence, you will be able to inspect and sign off basic scaffolding following company procedures.

Initially, you may need to be supervised/monitored after completion of the course.

Course Pricing







Prices above for each day of this one or two-day course; prices are exclusive of VAT

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