Coppolo & Coyde - Scaffold Inspection (Basic)

Coppolo & Coyde - Scaffold Inspection (Basic) : Monday 30 July

Scaffold inspection training is required for anyone who inspects scaffolding.  This course is designed for Supervisors, Engineers, Foremen and Managers who may be responsible for inspecting a scaffold for safe use. There is a written assessment at course end.

KEYTOPICS

  • Introduction and course aims 
  • Different types of scaffolding
  • Tubular framework
  • Fittings - identification and use
  • Scaffolding terminology
  • Bases and foundations
  • Bracing for stability
  • Tying basic access scaffolds
  • Reasons why scaffolds collapse
  • Safe use of scaffolds - including safe working load (SWL)
  • The legal requirements explained

How much? £165 + GST
For how long? 1 Day

When?

  • Jersey 30th July 2018
  • Guernsey 31st July 2018
  • Jersey 24th September 2018
  • Jersey 25th September 2018

Where?

  • Ommaroo Hotel, Jersey
  • La Villette Hotel, Guernsey

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