1. Place each vertical lever vertically on the pad.
2. The vertical bar of the scaffold is 20cm away from the wall of the wall, and the feet are more than 20cm.
3. The scaffold is afraid of the vertical and horizontal sweep. The vertical sweep rod is fixed on a vertical rod with a right Angle fastener, which is not more than 200 on the base. The horizontal sweep lever is also fixed by a right Angle fastener on the vertical bar under the vertical sweep rod. When the vertical rod based not on the same height, must be high vertical sweeping lever downward extension of two long across and vertical rod is fixed, high and low difference is not less than 1 m. Scaffolding screw jack stand on slope at the top of the stem axis to the slope distance not less than 500 mm.
4. The upright rod must be connected to the building with a connected wall.
5. The top step of the vertical rod shall be adopted by the top step, and the other layers shall be used. Connect the connection of the scaffolding coupler. The joints and joints shall meet the following requirements. Stud on the docking scaffolding coupler staggered, two adjacent stud joints staggered, not set up within the synchronization, synchronization across a vertical rod inside the two joints in the height direction of stagger distance apart should not less than 500, the distance form the centre of the joint to the master node is not greater than 1/3 of the interval.
The length of the lap shall not be less than 1m, shall be fixed with no less than 2 rotating fasteners, and the edge of the end of the end of the plate shall not be less than 100mm.
Don’t sacrifice safety and efficiency for speed; use these five tips from ADTO Group to keep workers safe when working with scaffolding
Fall prevention is one of the biggest buzz words of construction safety. Fall prevention permeates so many different areas of construction, including scaffolding use and safety. ADTO Group, a global supplier of scaffolding, shoring frame & formwork, recently get a list of five scaffolding safety tips designed to help contractors “stay proactive about scaffolding safety”.
kwikstage scaffold used in Australian construction sites
Tip 1: Slow down or consider efficiency building alternatives
While the pace at which construction work gets finished is often important to projects and budgets, it can also influence careless and costly mistakes, including gaps in safety on the jobsite. By focusing on greater efficiency, safety does not have to be comprised
Tip 2: Keep your workplace organized
Avoid slip, trip and fall hazards by keeping the worksite organized. When working with scaffolding, keeping tools organized can reduce the risk of tools falling from scaffolding. It can also make moving around on the scaffolding safer for workers.
Tip 3: Identify Hazards
This should be done before work starts and while work is being done. Identify possible hazards and solutions prior to the start of work. Working near power lines? Keep scaffolding far enough away to prevent electrocution risks. Will the scaffolding need to be moved during the project? Form a game plan before each erection.
Tip 4: Proper training
As with all aspects of a construction jobsite, make sure your workers are trained and up to date with OSHA requirements. Training in the setup and construction of scaffolding can ensure a solid work space for overhead workers and guarantee a rig that will not inadvertently collapse from instability.
Tip 5: Review the site
In addition to identifying hazards, continue to review the worksite throughout the construction project to identify any new hazards that might arise during construction. Keeping an eye out for possible hazards can help eliminate them from happening. As work continues on, workers will become more comfortable on the job. This can cause some to inadvertently (or blatantly) neglect safety.