This course is intended for CISRS Scaffold card holders or for inspection card renewals, and for those responsible for inspecting and checking basic scaffolds for safe use, signing certificates and registers in accordance with statutory regulations. You should have awareness and experience of scaffolding structures, coming from time spent in your individual industry sector. You'll be required to confirm this experience by producing a CV with an employer endorsement, contactable references and/or certificates.
The course will give delegates the understanding and knowledge of the legal obligation in accordance with statuary legislation. It incorporates the use of scaffold, correct terminology, components and standards required to ensure a safe place of work. The study of inspection techniques and the recording procedures necessary for compliance. A practical scaffold inspection is used to simplify inspection techniques is also included
To enable delegates to have basic industry experience and how to work safely with scaffolding and access equipment.
The course will give you the practical and theoretical knowledge to erect and dismantle. Chosen scaffold systems safely, according to current legislation and to the manufacturer's instructions.
The aim of this scaffolding training is to give the attendees theoretical knowledge for the planning for the installation of anchor ties, and the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to undertake the tie testing in accordance with National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) Technical Guidance No. 4 (2011).
The aim of this fall protection scaffolding safety training is to provide theoretical knowledge to attendees on the safe work methods to be used in whilst erecting, dismantling and altering scaffolding.
To enable delegates to have essential knowledge and understanding of current Legislation Regulations and approved codes of practice to effectively comply with their duties under the work at height
To enable delegates to carry out our manual handling techniques correctly to prevent injury. By the end of the course the delegate will be able to: Define Manual Handling Identify the health problems from poor manual handling State what causes the problem List what to check for prior to moving an object Demonstrate correct manual handling techniques
To ensure an understanding in the methods of safe use of hop-ups and handrails on a system scaffold
To ensure the understanding in the methods of safe use and inspection of safety harnesses.
To ensure an understanding in the methods of safe erection, dismantling and related legislation in accordance with the manufactures instruction manual
The aims and objectives of our course is for each person attending the course to be able to safely, correctly and competently identify, erect, alter, tie-in, use, move, inspect and dismantle prefabricated Aluminium and Fibreglass Mobile Towers in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, current regulations and accepted approval methods.
The aim is to obtain an understanding of how to rescue a scaffolder who has fallen and is suspended from their personal fall protection equipment while working at height in compliance with SG4 (Latest Edition).