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.