TG20 Scaffolding Guidance – What Do They Mean For Your Project?

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Jan 22, 2019 2:15:00 PM

All industries have regulations that they need to adhere to. This is especially the case in construction, as any mistakes could cause serious injuries and even loss of life. When it comes to scaffolding, the guidance to good practice is known as TG20. We will reveal everything you need to know about this guide and how they impact your projects in this blog post.

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How Can I Ensure Safe Working Conditions When Working At Height?

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Jan 15, 2019 2:09:56 PM

There are rules and regulations governing all industries when it comes to safe working conditions. However, as you can imagine, you have a number of different legislations you need to adhere to in the construction sector. One area that requires a lot of attention is ensuring working conditions are safe at a height. In this blog post, we will take a look at how project managers can ensure safe working conditions, as well as revealing the impact that scaffolding design has.

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Topics: Scaffold Design

What Are Scaffold Design Calculations & Why Are They So Important?

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Dec 18, 2018 9:38:16 AM

Scaffold design calculations are an integral part of the process for both bespoke and generic designs, ensuring a safe and sturdy scaffold.

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Types Of Scaffolding & When They Should Be Designed

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Dec 8, 2018 10:18:00 AM

Scaffolds are required in all sorts of locations, for all sorts of projects - new builds, renovations and sometimes even just a paint job. Although scaffolds might all seem alike, they can be very different.

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Topics: Scaffold Design

How To Submit A Project Design Brief To A Scaffolding Designer & What To Include

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Nov 26, 2018 10:11:03 AM

The Work at Height Regulations (2005) state that any bespoke scaffold must be specially designed by a competent scaffold designer. This is to ensure the final structure possesses adequate strength, stability and rigidity – meeting the standards of any modern build.

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Benefits Of Outsourcing Scaffold Design & Inspection To The Same Company

Posted by Matthew Robinson on Nov 20, 2018 1:06:29 PM

What is the best way to outsource your scaffold design and inspection requirements? First, you will want to choose a high-quality designer. Then you will need to hire an inspector to ensure the scaffold has been erected correctly as per the design. Ideally, your designer and inspector will co-ordinate to help keep your project on schedule.

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Topics: Outsourcing Scaffolding Design & Inspection

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