A scaffold is a temporary structure precisely erected to support access or working platforms. Scaffolds are generally used in construction work so that workers have a safe, stable platform which they can work on when work can’t be done at ground level.
Scaffolding refers to the actual components and modules that, when erected, form a scaffold.
Scafftags are internationally used and recognised as the scaffold safety tagging system to assist with the control of scaffolding from erect to dismantle.
Scafftags are not strictly a legal necessity, but using the system is one way of acknowledging and recording that the scaffold has been checked.
Minimum of two people – Never attempt to build a scaffold alone.
Yes, up to four (4) metres in height.
Roof edge protection is fall protection equipment, most commonly used during the construction of commercial or residential buildings.
30m, then you will need to double your standards.
Yes. Scaffold licences are recognised throughout Australia.
Scaffolding licences are valid for five (5) years.