Introduction to Scaffolding
Legislation, Regulations, and standards
Code of Practice for Access and Working Platforms
Components and material recognition – Standards, Ledgers, Couplers, etc
Foundations, Bracing and Tying Scaffolds
Working Platforms, safe Access and egress, Manual Handling
System Scaffolds, working methods
Theory of Basic Independent Scaffold, scaffolding foundation/integrity, and
Practical Exercise: Erect static tower (2lifts including foot tie)
Erect independent with return (2 lifts including foot ties)
With ladder access, Tie in Scaffold with different gangs using different
Erect mobile, static and loading bay towers
Different groups covering each.
Assessment of Work.
Good Housekeeping practices.
Theory of Birdcage Scaffolds
Practical Exercise: Take of Quantities for Components
Erect Birdcage – 2 Lifts high
Theory of Basic Independent Scaffolds – tube & fittings
Interpretation of Drawings
Practical Exercise: Erect 2 bay by 1 lift high independent
Practical Exercise – Manual Handling
Correct Manual Handling Procedures for tubes and fittings.
Erect 3 bay x 2 lift high independent with ladder access
Theory and Practical Application – Gin Wheels & Ropes
Complete Dismantling of Scaffold
Theory of Towers – static, mobile and hoist
Practical Exercise: take-off quantities for components
Erect towers (size vary) 2 lifts high with ladder access
Scaffold Inspection in Practice
Scaffold Inspection Reports
Scaffold Tagging Systems
Scaffold Inspection Exercises
Basic Scaffolding Training –IADC DIT
Candidates must be fit and able to complete all aspects of training. This course is physically demanding and candidates will be required to complete a medical declaration prior to course commencement besides being in possession of a current offshore medical certificate.
100% class attendance and full participation in all practical exercises are required for the issuance of the certificate
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