Scaffold Safety

Quantity Discount Price
1 - 10 - $45.00
11 - 50 2% $44.10
51 - 100 6% $42.30
101 - 200 10% $40.50
201 + 13% $39.15



Duration: 25 Minutes      Language: English


Topics Covered:

  • Identify common types of supported and suspended scaffolds.

  • Identify who is qualified to design, construct and inspect scaffolds.

  • Identify the key design and construction requirements for scaffolds including the maximum intended load.

  • Identify the hazards posed by working on scaffolds, including instability or collapse, falls, being struck by falling objects, overloading and electrocution.

  • Identify the requirements and controls that protect against falls, falling objects and electrical hazards.

  • Identify conditions that prohibit scaffold use.

  • Identify inspection criteria for scaffolds.

Course Benefits:

  • Certificate of Completion. *Valid for 2 years.

  • Examination record available for employer.

Regulations:

  • 29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart L, Scaffolds.

  • 1926.451 – General Requirements.

  • 1926.452 – Additional requirements applicable to specific types of scaffolds.

  • 1926.454 – Scaffolds: Training Requirements.

  • Appendix A – Scaffold Specifications.

  • Appendix B – Criteria for determining the feasibility of providing safe access and fall protection for scaffold erectors and dismantlers.

  • Appendix C – List of consensus standards: Scaffolds.

  • Appendix D – Training topics for scaffolding erectors and dismantlers.

  • Appendix E – Drawings and Illustrations.

  • 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart D, Walking and Working Surfaces.

  • 1910.28 – Safety requirements for scaffolding.

  • 1910.29 – Manually propelled ladder stands and scaffolds (towers).

  • Scaffolding & Access Industry Association (SAIA).

  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A-10.8 (1988) Scaffold Safety Standard for Construction.

  • ANSI / SSFI SC-100 (2005) Standard for Testing and Rating Scaffold Assemblies and Components.

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