Scaffold Inspection TG20:21

Key Course Facts

Course duration: 2 days

Price per delegate: 385.00 + VAT

Members’ Price:

Location: HCS Safety, Southampton

Please note:

It is recommended this course is sat every 3 years

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Who is this training course designed for?

Who should attend the course?

Scaffold Inspection training is a legal requirement for those who need to carry out statutory inspections of working platforms under the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It is also essential for those managing scaffolding works on site, or providing shared access for various trades.

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What does this course cover?

After a concise overview of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, the Scaffold Inspection course will cover the technical requirements of BSEN 12811-1.

Delegates will gain the knowledge to be able to inspect a basic scaffold, as defined by new industry guidance TG20:21, and produce a report with their findings.

The training will also include information on scaffolding competency and safe erection techniques.

Delegates will be provided with a copy of the TG20:21 User Guide.

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Assessing Learning Outcomes

Alongside a theory test, delegates will be able to utilise our purpose built scaffold, in order to perform a practical inspection test, based on the knowledge they have acquired through the theory element of the course.

In order to undertake the practical aspect of the course safely, delegates should wear suitable clothing and bring safety boots and a hard hat with them.

Delegates should be aware that they would need to access the scaffold platform for the practical element of this course.

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