Courses

Safe Inspection of Scaffolds
Basic Scaffolding Erection and Dismantling
Scaffolding Appreciation
Safe Working At Height
Scaffold Supervisors Course
Basic Scaffolding Erection & Dismantling Training Course (Refresher)

Safe Inspection of Scaffolds

Target Audience

Site supervisors and managers who are responsible for inspecting and checking scaffolds for safe use, and for signing certificates and registers in accordance with statutory regulations.

Aim

To develop in Delegates an understanding of scaffolding components, forms of construction and inspection procedures of basic scaffolds, to comply with current legislation and Codes of Practice.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Understand regulations and approved Codes of Practice.
  • Explain scaffolding terminology.
  • Identify tubes, boards and fittings and ladders.
  • Describe use of gin wheels and ropes.
  • Explain use of Scaffold ties.
  • Explain construction regulations and recommendations of basic scaffolds to include; Independent, Birdcage, Towers, System scaffolds and practical inspection and tagging systems.
  • Prepare inspection reports.
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Basic Scaffolding Erection and Dismantling

Target Audience

The course is designed for scaffolders, scaffolding supervisors and anyone who has to erect, dismantle or adapt scaffolding as part of their duties.

Aim

Provide knowledge, understanding and skills to safely and systematically erect, dismantle scaffolding as part of their duties.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Recognise scaffolding components.
  • Identify scaffolding defects.
  • Identify the different types of basic scaffolding.
  • Understand scaffolding terminology.
  • Use of proper PPE in scaffolding.
  • Carryout scaffolding material inspection and material handling.
  • Carryout systematic erection and dismantle of independent and tower scaffolding.
  • Explain scaffolding tagging system.
  • Type wise storage of scaffolding components.
  • Understand importance of using fall arrest system.
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Scaffolding Appreciation

Target Audience

Personnel responsible for inspecting scaffolds for safe use, and for signing certificates and registers in accordance with statutory regulations.

Aim

Provides knowledge and skills for inspecting scaffolds for safe use, and for signing certificates and registers in accordance with statutory regulations.

Our objectives of this training course is that delegates should be able to demonstrate thorough understanding of:

  • Regulations and approved Codes of Practice.
  • Scaffolding terminology
  • Type of scaffolds
  • Tubes, boards, fittings and access ladders
  • Gin wheels and ropes
  • Scaffold ties
  • Construction regulations and recommendations of basic scaffolds
  • Scaffolding tag system
  • Practical inspection and reports.
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Safe Working At Height

Target Audience

Those who are working at high elevations such as steel fixers, scaffolders, mechanics, assemblers, riggers, inspectors and others.

Aim

To provide Knowledge and understanding of legal requirements, hazards associated with working at height and fall protection requirements.

Our objectives of this training course is that delegates should be able to demonstrate the understanding of:

  • Hazards associated with work at height and medical fitness requirement
  • Different activities and hazard (associated with working at height).
  • Proper planning and supervision and Safe systems of working at height.
  • Personal protective equipment; How & where to use full body harness.
  • How to use life lines in unprotected edges of platforms
  • Fall arrestors and their usage and fall protection techniques.
  • How & where to use life lines.
  • Working with man lifts in high elevations.
  • Control measures and recovery measures and emergency response in case of accident
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Scaffold Supervisors Course

Target Audience

The Course is designed for those who are responsible for the supervision, direction and instruction of scaffolding operations e.g. Charge-hands, Foreman, Supervisors, Contract Supervisors and Management.

Aim

To give the attendees such knowledge and skills to enable them to supervise, monitor, direct and instruct scaffolders for scaffolding operations.

  • Legal Overview (Local Regulation for the country or region)
  • Performance Standards
  • Communication Skills (including Task Briefings & Toolbox Talks)
  • Supervisory Skills
  • Design Appreciation
  • Theory Tests
  • Practical Exercises (Scaffold Inspection & Toolbox Talks)
  • Risk Assessment Project
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Basic Scaffolding Erection & Dismantling
Training Course (Refresher)

Target Audience

All scaffolders, who have undergone Basic Scaffolding Erection & Dismantling Course and their refresher is due.

Aim

To confirm knowledge, understanding and skills to safely and systematically erect, dismantle scaffolding as part of their duties.

Upon successful completion of this course the attendee will be able to:

  • Recognise scaffolding components
  • Identify the different types of basic scaffolding
  • Understand scaffolding terminology
  • Use of proper PPE in scaffolding.
  • Carryout scaffolding material inspection and material handling.
  • Carryout systematic erection and dismantle of independent and tower scaffolding.
  • Explain scaffolding tagging system
  • Type wise storage of scaffolding components.
  • Understand importance of using fall arrest system.
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