Able Safety Consulting provides technical support, information and training, consulting and audits of health and safety practices and compliance with respect to scaffolding, dismantling and use. Academic departments that require employees to use a scaffold shall appoint a “competent person” to supervise the installation, mounting and dismantling of scaffolding. The competent person must understand the rules and regulations that apply to the scaffold, he/she supervises and inspects the scaffolding and manage daily activities involving the use of scaffolding. We offer Industrial Pipe Scaffolding Training Courses that will educate individuals on the safe practices of pipe scaffolding.
Scaffolding Safety and Health Rules of Construction – CFR 1926.451
Regulation of construction involving scaffold can be found in OSHA Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1926, entitled “Safety and Health Regulations for Construction“. However, there may be cases where a work or activity can not be addressed by this regulation. In these cases, the regulations for general industry, located in the 1910, may apply. If there is no regulation in either party for an activity, then OSHA General Service Clause “which states that an employer must provide a workplace free from recognized hazards, would still apply. Our Industrial Pipe Scaffolding Training Courses are all OSHA certified and taught by a team of authorized professionals.
Scaffolding safety training makes sense for several reasons. First, since the owner of the building to provide workers with training in scaffolding enough to prevent accidents on the job for which you are responsible entrepreneur. Accidents happen suddenly as it is in their nature and are never a happy event or a person who has an accident or an entrepreneur, who may end up facing legal action following the use of untrained staff to work on scaffolding. It’s a law in U.S. that the construction companies comply with building regulations, which are part of the health and safety law and the proper training of scaffolding is part of that. Regardless, nobody wants to hurt, let alone to die in service, and then prevention through education is much better to be safe than sorry!
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