Scaffold Checklist
  • adtozhouadtozhou November 2016
    This guide is intended to clarify when a Scaffolding Coupler
    design is required and what level of training and competence those
    erecting, dismantling, altering, inspecting and supervising scaffolding
    operations are expected to have.Typically this information should
    include: Site location Period of time the scaffold is required to be in
    place Intended use Height and length and any critical dimensions which
    may affect the scaffold Number of boarded lift Maximum working loads to
    be imposed and maximum number of people using the scaffold at any one

    Scaffold Design It is a requirement of the Work at Height
    Regulations 2005 that unless a scaffold is assembled to a generally
    recognised standard configuration, eg NASC Technical Guidance TG20 for
    tube and fitting scaffolds or similar guidance from manufacturers of
    system scaffolds, the scaffold should be designed by bespoke
    calculation, by a competent person, to ensure it will have adequate
    strength, rigidity and stability while it is erected, used and
    dismantled. At the start of the planning process, the user should supply
    relevant information to the scaffold contractor to ensure an accurate
    and proper design process is followed.

    Type of access onto the Frame Scaffold
    e.g staircase, ladder bay, external ladders Whether there is a
    requirement for sheeting, netting or brickguards Any specific
    requirements or provisions e.g pedestrian walkway, restriction on tie
    locations, inclusion/provision for mechanical handling plant Nature of
    the ground conditions or supporting structure Information on the
    structure/building the scaffold will be erected against together with
    any relevant dimensions and drawings Any restrictions that may affect
    the erection, alteration or dismantling process.

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