Friday, 30 December 2016

Scaffolding Production and Quality Control Process

Steel Scaffolding Materials

These products are manufactured at state-of-the-art unit using high grade raw material and with the help of advance technology. Steel Scaffolding Materials are widely appreciated for various attributes such as high strength. Our company has created niche in the field of providing Steel Scaffolding Materials to the clients.

Following are the Features:

  • High performance
  • Rust proof
  • Approved in quality

Thursday, 29 December 2016

Gantry falsework - ULMA Construction [en]

Cuplock Scaffolding System

Following are the Features & Benefits:

  • High Load Carrying Capacity
  • Simple To Install
  • Negligible Maintenance
  • No Loose Components
  • Fast & Solid Erection
  • Perfect for Framework Support

Tuesday, 27 December 2016


Scaffolding Safety Tips to Follow:

  • Do not support scaffolds.
  • Stay at least 10 feet from power lines when working on a scaffold.
  • Never overload a scaffold.
  • Any other uneven surface with unsteady.
  • The scaffold or below the scaffold.
  • Do not use a damaged or weakened scaffold.
  • Never use a scaffold in bad weather.
  • Always keep an eye out for yourself.
  • Vicinity of a scaffold may be in danger.
  • Never use a scaffold in bad weather

Friday, 23 December 2016

Scaffolding in Teaching

Characteristics of web-based educational scaffolding:

  • Scaffolding clarifies purpose.
  • Scaffolding offers assessment to clarify expectations.
  • Scaffolding reduces uncertainty.
  • Scaffolding creates momentum.
  • Scaffolding clarifies purpose.
  • Scaffolding offers assessment to clarify expectations
  • Surprise and disappointment.

Thursday, 22 December 2016

Volkswagen Double Checked

Double Check on Safety

  • All users of the scaffold have read.
  • Each level is plumbed to make sure it's aligned with the others.
  • All components are in good condition.
  • The height is not more than three times the smallest base dimension.
  • All wooden planks will support 10 times the load they are expected.
  • All other sections are fastened together by pins or bolts.
  • All cross members are in place.
  • All platforms and hooks are inspected first.
  • Locking devices are operable and anchor lines are secure.
  • Planks are commercially manufactured and used.
  • All open ends are protected with guard rails.
  • Ladders and railings provide safe access to all levels

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Movable Suspended Scaffolding Walid Hosny Walid Hosny

Swinging Stage Scaffolds (Two-Point Suspension)

  • The use of repaired wire rope is prohibited.
  • Tiebacks must be secured to a structurally sound anchorage on the building.
  • Tiebacks must not be secured to standpipes.
  • Counterweights used for suspended scaffolds shall be made of materials that cannot be easily dislocated.
  • The platform of a two-point suspension scaffold must not be more than 36 inches wide unless designed by a qualified person.
  • Independent lifelines should be protected from abrasion.

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Working At Height

Formation of National Work at Heights Taskforce

  • Implement Fall Prevention Plan
  • Provide practical assistance
  • Strategic intervention
  • Develop national competency
  • Legislation review 
  • Outreach and education
  • Certification and recognition
  • Disseminate information 

Friday, 16 December 2016

Thursday, 15 December 2016

A phased return to work - some key points

Planning your work at height of scaffolding

  • Source the tower from a reputable supplier.
  • Whilst they don't need a scaffolding ticket.
  • Through risk assessment decide if a tower scaffold is the most suitable means of access.
  • Erect and dismantle the tower in accordance with the supplier’s safety instructions.
  • Ensure adequate edge protection at platform level.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Speedy Scaffolding NW Limited

Scaffold Tower Hire range for NW & Manchester

 Our scaffold towers also allow for heavy building materials and tools to be kept on the platform for efficient working. Scaffold tower hire is often an economical alternative to traditional scaffolding when the work in one area can be completed quickly. As the scaffold towers are complete systems they can be safely erected Scaffolding tower hire gives you the ability to work up to heights 14.4m on a safe and secure platform with plenty of working space.Scaffold tower components are relatively small and lightweight so they can be carried to areas that other access equipment can not reach.


Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Mobile Scaffold Tower

Safe Use of a Scaffold Tower or Mobile Tower

  • Carry out their assigned duties at the level of responsibility allocated to them.
  • You must carry out a proper risk assessment before you start work.
  • Understand any potential hazards related to the work  under consideration.
  • You must be competent to build.
  • Detect any technical defects or omissions in that work.
  • The tower components must be inspected at suitable intervals 

Monday, 12 December 2016

Deadly Construction Scaffolding Mistakes

Working with a Scaffold Tower

  • The tower is level and on firm ground.
  • One or some are missing it could weaken your tower dramatically.
  • Check for cables and overhead obstructions when moving.
  • Never exceed the manufacturers limits  particularly in height.
  • Don’t use them in strong winds. 
  • Many towers have out riggers don’t take a risky short cut and use these. 
  • Reduce the height of the tower.

Saturday, 10 December 2016

Scaffolding Wall Lift

The Do’s & Don’ts of Scaffold Safety in Construction

  • Get properly trained before using a scaffold. 
  • Get retrained when additional hazards present themselves due to changes at the jobsite or if the type of scaffold.
  • Always wear your hard hat when working on.
  • Be mindful of coworkers working above.
  • When personal fall arrest systems are required for the scaffold you will be working on.
  • Before getting on a scaffold check to make sure that a competent person has inspected the scaffold before the work shift.

Friday, 9 December 2016

Scaffolding Components

What should you not do when using scaffold?

  • Do not jump on planks or platforms.
  •  Level the scaffold until a proper fit can be made easily.
  • Do not force braces to fit.
  • Do not load in excess of its rated working load.
  • Do not use scaffolds near electrical wires.
  • Do not work on scaffolds during storms or high winds.
  • Do not use ladders or makeshift devices on top of scaffolds to increase height.
  • Do not climb or stand on cross braces or guardrails.
  • Do not overload scaffold frames or platforms.
  • Do not rest materials or equipment on guardrails.
  • Do not try to repair bent or kinked frames. 
  • Do not load in a way that affects its stability.
  • Do not work below a scaffold without head protection.

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

How to put up scaffolding correctly

Scaffolding Setup Instructions

  • If there are no silver stack pins in your frames.
  • Attach one end of a cross brace at either connection point.
  • Make sure tits of spring rivets lock into position by aligning the holes in the stack pin with the holes in the vertical tubing.
  • The simplest way to erect higher levels is to assemble a platform at that level.
  • Secure footing materials in bottom of vertical tubing of initial set at this point.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Safety Alert for Scaffolding Components

Following are the Key Steps:-
  • Excessively rusted or corroded scaffold should never be used in a scaffold assembly.
  • This should also inform the user in relation to maintaining the scaffold in good order.
  • Any defective components should be put out of use or repaired by a competent person.
  • The condition of components should be continually inspected as part of the scaffolding inspection routine.
  • Inspection of scaffolding components must be carried out by a competent person.  

Saturday, 3 December 2016

HAKI Universal Suspended Scaffold

Types of specialty scaffolding include:


  • A pump jack scaffold which is a platform supported by vertical poles.
  • A ladder jack scaffold which is a platform supported by brackets attached to ladders.
  • A roof bracket scaffold which is a platform supported by triangular shaped supports.

General Scaffold Requirements:-

  • The gap between the last plank.
  • Planks should not extend past the ends of the scaffold frames more than 12 inches.
  • The platform should be free from clutter.
  • A defective scaffold must be removed from service.

Friday, 2 December 2016

scaffolding tubes,steel pipe and fittings

Supported Scaffolds Pump Jack

The brackets are designed to be raised and lowered in a manner similar to an automobile jack.The requirements on this page are specific to pump jack scaffolds only.   Pump jacks are appealing for certain applications because they are easily adjusted to variable heights Pump jacks.

Following are the gernal requirements:-

  • Pump jack brackets and accessories must be fabricated from metal plates.
  • When guardrails are used for fall protection.
  • Each pump jack bracket must have two positive gripping mechanisms to prevent any failure or slippage. 
  • When bracing already installed has to be removed so the pump jack can pass.

Thursday, 1 December 2016

Scaffolding - safe erection

Swinging Stage Scaffolds

  • The platform of a two-point suspension scaffold.
  • The use of repaired wire rope is prohibited.
  • Two workers are permitted to work at one time on suspension scaffold.
  • Ropes capable of supporting at least six times the rated load.
  • Each worker on a suspended scaffold must be protected by a personal fall arresting system.
  • Tiebacks must not be secured to standpipes and  other piping systems.
  • Tiebacks must be secured to a structurally sound anchorage on the building or structure.
  • A single tieback must be installed perpendicular to the face of the building or structure. 
  • Only those items specifically designed as counterweights must be used.
  • Counterweights shall be secured by mechanical means to the outrigger beams.
  • Independent lifelines should be protected from abrasion and wear.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Scaffolding Components

Scaffolding Uses

    • Roofing Repairs and Inspection
    • Advertising
    • Temporary access
    • Interior building renovation
    • Safety rail and edge protection
    • Stabilising or shoring a structure or object
    • Staging or temporary platforms
    • Temporary roofing
    • Suspended platforms for maintenance work

    Monday, 28 November 2016

    Single-point Adjustable

                              Single-point adjustable suspension scaffolding

    Boatswain's chair tackle must consist of:

    • Properly eye-spliced first-grade manila rope.
    • Correct-size ball bearings.

    Seat slings must:

    • Cross on the underside of the seat,
    • Be rigged to prevent slippage which could cause.
    • Pass through four corner holes in the seat.

    Scaffold Safety Spanish

    Tuesday, 22 November 2016

    How To Make Perfect Dipped Beeswax Taper Candles

    Supported Scaffolds Frame or Fabricated

    Additional requirements for these scaffolds can be found in their respective modules. Fabricated frame scaffolds are the most common type of scaffold because they are versatile.  As well as the specialty scaffolds described in Supported Scaffolds.  They are frequently used in one or two tiers. Except where indicated the same basic scaffold requirements that appear in this module also apply to manually propelled.

                                  Frame or Fabricated

    Saturday, 19 November 2016

    Suspended Platform for Single Person,Single Suspended Platform,Single Hanging Scaffold

    Suspended Scaffolds Float (ship)

                                 Float (ship)

    The requirements on this page are specific to float scaffolds only. For requirements that apply to all types of suspended scaffolds. A  ship scaffold is a suspension scaffold consisting of a braced platform resting on two parallel bearers.  Hung from overhead supports by ropes of fixed length.

    Follwing are the gernal requriments of ship scaffold:

    • Pass under the platform and be hitched again at the other end.
    • Rope connections must not allow the platform to shift or slip. 
    • When only two ropes are used with each float.
    • Platforms must be supported by and securely fastened.
    • Leave enough rope for supporting ties.
    • Be hitched to one end of the bearer.

    • Each employee on a float  scaffold must be protected by a personal fall-arrest system.

    Friday, 18 November 2016

    Innovative Scaffolding Solution at The London Olympic Stadium by PHD Scaffolding and Access Experts.

    Suspended Scaffolds Single-point Adjustable

    The requirements on this page are specific to single-point adjustable scaffolds only.  A single-point adjustable scaffold consists of a platform suspended.  The most common among these is the scaffold used by window washers to clean the outside of a skyscraper.  One rope from an overhead support and equipped with means to permit the movement of the platform to desired work levels.

    General Requirements of Suspended Scaffolds  Single-point Adjustable:

    • The supporting rope between the scaffold.
    • The scaffold is positioned so swinging cannot bring it into contact with other surfaces.
    • The rigging has been designed by a qualified person. 
    • The support rope is protected from rubbing during direction changes.
    • The scaffold is accessible to rescuers.
    • When combining two single-point scaffolds to form a two-point suspension system.

    Thursday, 17 November 2016

    Suspended scaffold at midair manhole lowdown

    Rigged to support the scaffold if the suspension ropes fail

    • Rigged to support the scaffold if the suspension ropes fail.
    • Independent support lines.
    • Equal in number to the number of points supported.
    • Supports for platforms must be attached directly to support stirrups.
    • Multi-level suspended scaffolds must be equipped with additional independent support lines.
    • Equal in strength to the suspension ropes.
    • Suspension ropes must not be anchored to the same points.

    Wednesday, 16 November 2016

    introduction of the indoor ringlock scaffolding

    Frame or Fabricated Supported Scaffolds

    As well as the specialty scaffolds described in Supported Scaffolds. Fabricated frame scaffolds are the most common type of scaffold because they are versatile. Their modular frames can also be stacked several stories high for use on large-scale construction jobs.  Additional requirements for these scaffolds can be found in their respective modules. They are frequently used in one or two tiers by residential contractors.

                                       Frame or Fabricated

    Tuesday, 15 November 2016

    Suspended Scaffolding Safety Video Training Program

    General Guidelines of scaffolding

    • OSHA requires that scaffolding to be secured to the building.
    • The bottom tie to the building must be placed no.
    • Circular scaffolding erected completely around.
    • Guardrails are required on welded frame scaffolds.
    • Cross bracing is acceptable in place of guardrails.
    • Spaces between scaffold planks must be no more than one inch.

    Saturday, 12 November 2016

    Incident fall from height

    General Access Scaffolds

    • Must be designed, erected and altered.
    • Must be based on a firm, level foundation which should be capable of supporting the weight.
    • The uprights should have base plates resting on timber sole boards.
    • The scaffold should be braced and tied into a permanent structure or otherwise stabilised.
    • All scaffolds should be provided with secure guard rails.

    Friday, 11 November 2016

    Scaffolding Meaning

    Scaffold Safety Tips

    • Use safety belts and harnesses.
    • Be mindful before you throw anything off a scaffold.
    • If there is obvious damage to any part of the scaffold.
    • Always follow directions when putting the scaffold together.
    • If using a mobile scaffold.

    Thursday, 10 November 2016

    Basic Scaffold Safety


    • Common goal. Shared understanding
    • Described as inter-subjectivity.
    • Ongoing diagnosis and adaptive support.
    • Dialogues and interactions. 
    • Fading and transfer of responsibility

    Wednesday, 9 November 2016

    Safe erection of roof trusses

    Proper Scaffold Erection

    • For planks that are greater than 10 feet long.
    • Where platforms overlap to create a running scaffold.
    • Ladders that are a part of the scaffolding system.
    • The maximum extension of the plank cannot be more than 12 inches.
    • Stairtowers must have hand and midrails on each side.

    Tuesday, 8 November 2016


    Scaffolding Safety – Tips, Tricks and Things to Consider

    • Slow down and consider efficient building tools and method.
    • Keep workplace organized.
    • Regularly inspect.
    • Identify hazards.
    • Proper training.
    • Review the site.
    • Conduct a thorough risk assessment.

    Monday, 7 November 2016

    Supported Scaffold Foundation Preview



    • Scaffolds are temporary work platforms used in construction
    • Light duty scaffolds support a few employees.
    • Heavy duty scaffolds safely support workers.
    • A ladder jack scaffold.
    • Carpenter’s bracket scaffolds.
    • Medium duty scaffolds safely support workers.

    Saturday, 5 November 2016

    Scaffold and Scaffolding Safety Training Video

    Authority and Responsibility

    • Serving as the competent person.
    • Directing employees who erect.
    • For suspension scaffolds evaluating direct connections to support
    • For suspension scaffolds.
    • Reviewing this policy to ensure compliance with current regulations;.

    Friday, 4 November 2016

    Scaffolding Safety Training Video Preview

    Basic Scaffold Safety

    • State the appropriate Health & Safety.
    • Identify all scaffolding components.
    • Recognise the damage to scaffolding that can be identified visually
    • Identify different types of scaffolding.
    • Identify the strengths.
    • Identify different types of scaffold tower.
    • Identify basic design elements of a scaffold.
    • Climb a scaffold safely using harness.
    • State the need to be aware of the relevant company standard.

    Thursday, 3 November 2016

    Why Trust Scaffold Setup To Jack Pixley Sweeps?

    It is important to know that the safe. Our repair technicians have been through Occupational Safety. Proper erection of a scaffold tower takes hours of training.  If you’re in need of a chimney rebuild. We  donot recommend hiring a chimney sweep.  Doing so could result in serious injuries or structural disasters.  Masonry company that is not certified to set up scaffolding.


    Wednesday, 2 November 2016

    Complete Suspended Platform Solution by XSPlatforms


    • Do not work on scaffolds outside during stormy.
    • Do not climb on scaffolds that wobble.
    • Do not use a scaffold unless guardrails .
    • Do not climb the cross braces for access to the scaffold.
    • Do not lean out from the scaffold.

    Tuesday, 1 November 2016

    Qualcraft Pump Jack System

    Scaffolding Safety and Tips

    • Wheels make scaffolding projects a breeze.
    • Never move wheeled scaffolding while people.
    • If you are using your scaffolding over the course of several days.
    • Wood is not always strong enough to support the weight of your workers.
    • Move scaffolding near power lines due to the risk of electric shock.

    Wednesday, 26 October 2016

    Tuesday, 25 October 2016

    Under bridge access - suspended scaffolding system

    Two-Point Suspension Scaffolding

    They are perhaps the most common type of suspended scaffold. Two-point adjustable suspension scaffolding  also known as swing-stage scaffolds.  They play a prominent role in high-rise construction. Two-Point Suspension Scaffolding. Cables connected to stirrups at each end of the platform. Their platforms are suspended by ropes, or other non-rigid means.  Each cable suspension line is considered to be one point.

                              Two-Point Suspension Scaffolding

    Monday, 24 October 2016

    hyperion: How to Keep Your Garage Cool in the Summer?

    hyperion: How to Keep Your Garage Cool in the Summer?

    Fast Scaffolding Setup

    Outrigger scaffolds

    A typical outrigger scaffold.  It is necessary to know perfectly the different elements of the scaffold system. The outrigger scaffold seeks to simplify the structure. An outrigger scaffold is a scaffold that consists of a platform resting on outrigger beams .  The beams project beyond the wall or face of the building or structure.


    Friday, 21 October 2016

    How to Assemble Metaltech Jobsite Series 6' Baker Scaffold

    Outrigger Scaffolds

    1. Make sure outrigger beams are:

    • securely braced at the fulcrum point to prevent tipping.
    • secured in place to prevent movement.

    2. Make sure the inboard end of outrigger beams.

    • tension members secured to the floor joists underfoot.
    • both braced struts or tension members.
    • braced struts bearing against sills in contact.

    3. To prevent their displacement.

    • Verify scaffolds and scaffold components.
    • constructed and loaded in accordance with that design.

    Scaffolding - safe erection

    Thursday, 20 October 2016

    suspended platform,suspended scaffolding,suspended gondola,electric swing stage cradle

    Suspended Scaffolds Multi-level

    • Equal in number to the number of points supported.
    • Rigged to support the scaffold if the suspension ropes fail.
    • Suspension ropes must not be anchored to the same points. 
    • Equal in strength to the suspension ropes.

    Wednesday, 19 October 2016

    Suspended Scaffold Code of Safe Practices - 2014

    Suspended Scaffolds Multi-point Adjustable

    • Multi-point adjustable scaffolds must be suspended.
    • When two or more scaffolds are used they must not be bridged together unless.
    • If bridges are not used, passage between platforms can be made only when they are at the same height .

    Tuesday, 18 October 2016

    Environmental Insurance for Sites & Facilities

    Risk with scaffolds :

    • Manual tasks.
    • Work near overhead electric lines.
    • Scaffolding collapse.
    • Sobile plant and other workplace traffic
    • Falls from heights.
    • Mixing components from different scaffold systems.
    • Falling objects.

    Monday, 17 October 2016

    Saturday, 15 October 2016

    Supported Scaffolding Safety Video and DVD

    Scaffold Training Kit Contents

    General Scaffold Awareness

    •  Types of Scaffolds
    • And much more
    • Supported Scaffold Systems
    • Platform Construction
    • Fall Protection
    • Use Requirements
    • Inspections
    • Access
    • Capacity

    Friday, 14 October 2016

    Supported Scaffold Safety Basics - English

    Specialty and Other Scaffolds

     Designed for a very narrow. Requirement for these specialty scaffolds are addressed on this page. The requirements on this page are specific.  Please refer to the Frame or Fabricated module of this eTool. Many scaffold types regulated by OSHA standards are rarely used.

                                                Specialty and Other Scaffolds

    Thursday, 13 October 2016

    Supported Scaffolding Safety

    Tower scaffolds

    Following are the causes of Tower scaffolds:-

    • Dangerous methods of erection or dismantling.
    • Misuse of the scaffold.
    • Defects in the erected scaffold.
    • Advance guard rail system.
    • Through-the-trap.

    Wednesday, 12 October 2016

    Scaffolding - Types and Range

    Stability of scaffolds

    • Checking the training levels of scaffolders.
    • The anchors specified to tie a scaffold to a structure are suitable for the base material.
    • Scaffold anchors or ties are installed as erection work progresses.
    • Site monitoring of scaffolders to ensure they follow proper safety standards.
    • Scaffolds are not overloaded with equipment.

    Saturday, 8 October 2016

    Safe Procedures for Fixed Scaffolding (old)

    Authority and Responsibility

    • Serving as the competent person.
    • Ensuring all affected employees are trained in accordance with this policy.
    • Directing employees who erect.
    • Reviewing this policy to ensure compliance with current regulations.
    • Inspecting ropes on suspended scaffolds prior to each work shift.
    • Designating a qualified person to design.
    • Reporting any questionable conditions that are discovered to the responsible department.
    • For suspension scaffolds evaluating direct connections.

    Friday, 7 October 2016

    Safe Scaffolding Procedures and OSHA Inspections

    Scaffold Safety Guidelines

    • Be sure the footings are secure.
    • Check to see that there are screens between the toeboards.
    • They should be two inches by four inches.
    • Check the guardrails. 
    • Toe-boards at least four inches high must run along all open sides.
    • Make sure that poles and legs are secure.
    • Always have a ladder handy to get on and off the scaffold.

    Wednesday, 5 October 2016

    Scaffold Planks Inspection

    Bracket Scaffold Checklist

    • Search all available federal register notices.
    • Scaffolds used in construction.
    • Whether plywood may be used as scaffold decking material over wood scaffold planks.
    • Safety Standards for Scaffolds Used in the Construction Industry.
    • the use of plywood to make platform decking for scaffolds.
    • A Guide to Scaffold Use in the Construction Industry.
    • Construction - Pocket Guide

    Tuesday, 4 October 2016

    Build video scaffold and house frame

    How to install frame scaffolding

    • Get a safe start
                           How to install frame scaffolding
    • The first level of frame scaffolding
                                    frame scaffolding
    • Moving up
    • Frame scaffolding planking
                      frame scaffolding 2
    • Getting up there

    Monday, 3 October 2016

    Working at height safety video for Lyndon Scaffolding

    Scaffold checklist

    • Number of boarded lifts
    • Period of time the scaffold is required to be in place
    • Intended use
    • Whether there is a requirement for sheeting, netting or brickguards
    • Site location
    • Maximum working loads to be imposed and maximum number of people using the scaffold at any one time
    • Height and length and any critical dimensions which may affect the scaffold
    • Type of access onto the scaffold.

    Saturday, 1 October 2016

    Work at height - scaffolder's safety failings

    Scaffolders working at height

      • Scaffolder  should not be clambering up and down scaffolds without proper ladder.
      • At least one bay of a scaffold should remain boarded out as work progresses.

      • A minimum 3 board working platform together with a single guard-rail.
      • When lifting or lowering materials. 

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    Friday, 30 September 2016

    How to put up scaffolding correctly

    The Scaffold Training Company


    • Calculating loads
    • Erection and dismantle skills
    • Fall protection
    • Estimating equipment
    • Hazards and planning
    • Inspection of equipment
    • Legislative requirements
    • Materials hoists
    • Industrial safety nets
    • Ropes and gin wheels
    • Scaffold construction 

    Wednesday, 28 September 2016

    Scaffolding Pipe

    Scaffolding Pipe

    Developing an impeccable ambit of Scaffolding Pipes. These products in different sizes and specifications as per their requirement. Construction Scaffolding Pipe and Ledger Scaffolding Pipes. .

    Following are the features:

    • Rust resistant surface
    • Dimensional stability
    • Optimum tensile strength


    Movable Scaffolding System in bridge Construction.

    Construction Scaffolding System

    Construction Scaffolding System with the help of our skilled professionals. This scaffolding system is designed by our experts using finest quality raw material. Along with that  our customers can avail this scaffolding system from us in various customized options.  We are capable in offering a wide array of Construction Scaffolding System.

    Following are the Features:

    Construction Scaffolding System
    • Flawless finish
    • Simple installation
    • High strength

    Tuesday, 27 September 2016

    Monday, 26 September 2016

    Safety Factor, Design, and Axially Loaded Bars Part 1

    Factor This – Scaffolding Safety Factors

      That is a fancy way of saying that not everything can be safe all the time.   If guardrails are good  then a safety net. Fortunately, reasonable people think reasonably.  After all  while the ship has a life boat, I donot think any life boats have life boats.

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    Thursday, 22 September 2016

    Construction Equipment Rental Services by Om Muruga Enterprises, Chennai

    Searching for Scaffolding Rental Services

    There are also companies that offer heavy equipment rental services. The American Rental Association provides information for centers offering rental services. There are also supply companies that may provide scaffolding rental services. In that way, you can reduce costs. You also have to ensure the safety of workers too.

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    Wednesday, 21 September 2016

    2-Storey Commercial Building Part III video2 (Flooring of 2nd Floor)

    Select a secure foundation on which to build and set your scaffold.


    Adjustable scaffold brackets coupled with 2 old Lynn scaffold ladders.  The final finish coat to novelty drop siding and for roofing the south solar shading roof. That I found at a yard sale 20 some years ago “rising scaffold” along the entire length of a house for installing.  

    Tuesday, 20 September 2016


    The owner can expect an attractive.   Five to six inches is recommended if the concrete will receive occasional heavy loads. Standard concrete floor slab thickness in residential construction is 4 inches.  Set a string line using grade stakes or batter boards to establish a squar. If these steps are performed correctly.  When in doubt ask the concrete supplier for a recommended mix.

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    Scaffolding Training Video: Outrigger's

    Monday, 19 September 2016

    Polythene, grey insulating foam board


    The owner can expect an attractive.   Five to six inches is recommended if the concrete will receive occasional heavy loads. Standard concrete floor slab thickness in residential construction is 4 inches.  Set a string line using grade stakes or batter boards to establish a squar. If these steps are performed correctly.  When in doubt ask the concrete supplier for a recommended mix.

    Saturday, 17 September 2016

    Height Safety Essentials

    10 scaffold safety essentials

    • Ensure everyone is properly trained. 
    • Take the time for prep work.
    • Know and respect the load capacity.  
    • Ensure the scaffold is properly secured. 
    •  Inspect and maintain.
    • Keep your balance. 
    • Use appropriate PPE.

    Friday, 16 September 2016

    Welding of scaffolding frame to US market

    More information about our Scaffolding Frame :

    1) Customized color and size will be available

    2) All Props including the Accessories together

    3) Strictly quality control,ensure the best to client.

    4) Steel pallet or Loose Packing for all Prop packing.

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    Thursday, 15 September 2016

    Achievement in Motion: Optimizing Employees Performance

    Optimizing employee engagement across the globe

     It involves better on boarding to make new workers feel at home. When employees feel a company is not meeting their needs. A strategy for improving the employee experience can pay big dividends for everyone.  Training replacements to low productivity.Although manufacturing goods in Asia.  This strategy is not a panacea.

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    Wednesday, 14 September 2016

    HOW IT WORKS - Bamboo Scaffolding

    General Overview of Scaffolding

    1. regulations and standards
     2. erection/dismantling planning
     3.PPE and proper procedures
     4. fall protection
     5.materials handling
    6. access
     7. working platforms
     8. foundations
     9. guys, ties and braces

    Saturday, 10 September 2016

    New Deal of Employee Engagement - Bernard Coulaty

    Optimizing Employee Engagement

    The right systems and management infrastructure and building skills in all team members.  An engaged team member feels a stronger connection to their organization . Employee engagement is the degree to which team members feel personally connected to their workplace. The outcomes they are responsible for achieving.They are fully involved in and enthusiastic about their work.

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    Friday, 9 September 2016

    Working scaffold Modul - System overview [EN]

    Scaffold Safety

    Scaffold Use in the Construction Industry

    This publication does not itself alter.  The Occupational Safety . This informational booklet is intended to provide a generic.  The reader should consult current administrative interpretations and decisions by the Occupational Safety.

                              Small Business Safety Management Series

    Thursday, 8 September 2016

    How to Simulate Stock Price Changes with Excel

    Compare costs and expected performance improvements

    At this point you may have a clear best choice and need go no further to consider other options.  Them in more detail to be certain that all cost factors. In projects that involve more than one organization or level of government.   You begin to specify them much earlier in the process.

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    Wednesday, 7 September 2016

    Tuesday, 6 September 2016

    Decision Making


    • Then announce the decision to the group.
    • Try to build consensus among everyone at the meeting.
    • Gather input from the group, and then have one person decide.
    • Have someone decide.
    • Gather input from individuals, and then have one person decide.
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    scaffold welding machine

    scaffold welding machine

    Saturday, 3 September 2016

    Group Problem Solving

    Solving Problems using a group - advantages and disadvantages

    When to use group problem solving:

    • Is information from many different sources required
    • Can the problem be defined in many different ways?
    • Are there likely to be many possible solutions?
    • Will a solution need to be agreed by others before it can be implemented?
    • Does the problem have implications for many people?
    • Is it a very specialised problem, where the expert' might be biased or not see the wider implications?
    • Is it a complex problem with many different aspects?

                            Decision making

    Friday, 2 September 2016

    Why Organization Needs to Setup Project Management Office - PMO

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    •  It adds to the field or community.
    • An assessment of the external environment to answer.
    • Messaging is the way the organization shares its vision.
    • The development of quantifiable, time-lined objectives to reach each goal.
    • The creation of benchmarks.
    • The values of the organization tell the world how the organization operates 
    • The vision is the overarching dream for which your organization aims.
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    Thursday, 1 September 2016

    General Requirements for Scaffolding Safety Erection and Dismantle Procedure

    General Scaffold Requirements

    • The scaffolding platform should be fully planked.
    • A defective scaffold must be removed from service.
    • The gap between the last plank .
    • Planks should not extend past the ends of the scaffold frames .
    • The scaffold  should be 14 inches or less from the work face.
    • Casters must be locked before work begins.
    • Scaffold components must be able to support at least four times their maximum intended load.
    • The platform should be free from clutter and any tripping hazards.

                            Scaffold components

    Wednesday, 31 August 2016

    Management Control Systems

    Cisco Wireless Control System

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    What is a Management Control System?

    •  Effective management of risks and internal controls
    • More corporate control
    • A way to assess the performance of internal corporate processes
    • A way managers can document their organizational strategies 
    • A way to keep their organization on track towards its objectives
    • An evaluation of operational performance
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    Layher TG60 Falsework Syetem - Supplied by George Roberts | Scaffolding ...

    Tuesday, 30 August 2016

    Monday, 22 August 2016

    Universal scaffold rentals system scaffold

    Universal Frame Scaffolding

     Universal has the most modern scaffolding products. From small contractors to large industrial contractors and rental companies. Support services to ensure safety and on-the-job efficiency needed to take your company to the next level.

    Following are the advantages of Frame Scaffold Advantages:

    • Large selection of frame lock types
    • Easily assembled
    • Maintenance and shoring
    • Tube sizes
    • Scaffolding for masonry,
    • Fast erection and dismantling