If you’re planning to commence any demolition work, you must first hire the right scaffolding services to ensure work safety. Here's a quick guide.
If you’re about to start a new construction project, we recommend following these tips to prepare your project for scaffolding and ensure a safe environment in your workplace.
A risk assessment will generally determine if you need scaffolding or not. Here are some of the circumstances when scaffolding is required.
There are lots of scaffolding companies out there that’s ready to team up with you for your next construction project. The problem is, with so many choices, how can you figure out which has the kind of services that you need?
Interested in pursuing a scaffolding career? Here’s an outline of how to become a professional scaffolder in Australia.
Whatever your project is, you need to determine whether you should look into scaffold hire or purchase a scaffold kit instead. To make things easier for you, we have listed a few important aspects to consider.
Every construction site is unique in hazards and risks. Beyond the training, control measures, and safety regulations, it is imperative that workers always refer to the onsite ‘Safe Work Method Statement’ to determine the correct mandatory Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements for scaffolding works on site.
Safe Work Australia classifies working with scaffolding as a dangerous and hazardous job. Even the most experienced worker with the right training and skills is at risk. These safety tips will help you manage the risks.
Working with scaffolding can be very dangerous and comes with a high risk of fall accidents in the workplace. It is therefore necessary that industries are ready to implement emergency procedures should an unfortunate event occur during scaffolding works. Here are some elements of sound emergency response for falls in the workplace.