Whilst offering this service to your company you would be safe in the knowledge that the scaffolding is fit for purpose and it complies with all current regulations. BS EN 12811 TG 20 :08.
Weekly Inspection reports by a fully trained Advanced Scaffolding Inspector (CITB) competent to sign off advanced design structures, with an important experience in the scaffolding industry.
The HSE states that any scaffold structure should be inspected every seven days or after adverse weather conditions. (BS EN 12811 TG 20:08)
The industry's introduction of classification for scaffold structures, TG 20:08 Basic Scaffold and Advanced scaffolds requiring an Advanced Scaffolding Inspector.
You will receive a fully detailed inspection report delivered within 24 hours of a site visit, out lining compliance or non compliance of the structure. This report will state where if applicable any changes large or small that must take place within a specified time frame to avoid all potential risks and hazards contained on the structure.
A safety tag will be visibly hanged on the access way of the structure stating clearly whether the scaffold is SAFE or UNSAFE for use.
Inspection will include all ladders and staircase access, a full review of the Method Statements and Risk Assessments related to scaffold structure and will ensure a safe method of working for employees, self-employed 3rd party trades, and visitors who might be exposed to any hazards. Guidance and review of current practises, leading into the full introduction of TG 20:08.
We work in conjunction alongside Health & Safety Management offering advise and guidance to the scaffolding industry and maintaining a partnership with NASC and HSE and enforcing industries standard BS EN 12811/TG 20;08
Safety Bulletins updates:
- NASC Technical Guidance TG 20
- BS EN 12811/BS 1139
- NASC SG4 05
- Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
- Working at Height Regulations 2005
- Construction (Design & Management) Regs 2007
- BS EN 13374 temporary edge protection Regs 2004