- cantilevered materials hoists with a maximum working load of 500 kilograms
- gin wheels
- fall arrest systems, including safety nets and horizontal lifelines
- bracket scaffolds
Scaffolding work included in the class of Basic scaffolding.
- cantilevered crane loading platforms
- cantilevered scaffolds
- spur scaffolds
- barrow ramps and sloping platforms
- scaffolding associated with perimeter safety screens and shutters
- mast climbing work platforms
- tube and coupler scaffolds
- Scaffolding work included in the class of Intermediate scaffolding.
- cantilevered hoists
- hung scaffolds, including scaffolds hung from tubes, wire ropes or chains
- suspended scaffolds
Scaffolding work that contains scaffold from which a person could fall more than four (4) metres is classified as ‘high risk work’ under the WHS Regulations for which a licence is required
A licence is not required if the height of the completed scaffold is less than four (4) metres and a person cannot fall more than four (4) metres.
Yes. Scaffold licences are recognised throughout Australia.
Scaffolding licences are valid for five (5) years.