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I would recommend Karl as a scaffolding specialist in all aspects of the industry, in particular his knowledge and application techniques with the Layher portfolio of products.

Sean Pike, Managing Director - Layher LTD
We Can Provide Assistance With Your Scaffold Inspections and Audits
We Will Maximise Performance Through Effective Industry Specific Training

It is a requirement of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 that unless a scaffold is assembled to a generally recognised standard configuration then the scaffold should be designed by bespoke calculation, by a competent person, to ensure it will have adequate strength, rigidity and stability while it is erected, used and dismantled
Use Our Industry Experience To Help Write Policies & Standard Operating Procedures
Do You Need Assistance With The Implementation of Effective Measurement & Monitoring Arrangements?
Temporary Works

Do you need to develop, redefine or implement Temporary Works arrangements?

Risk Management

Can we assist in the development of a primary focus towards design risk management?

Are Your Accreditations Sufficient For Existing & Future Needs?

I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your hard work and positive cheerful attitude while working on the Olympic venue at Coventry.
All the scaffolding works went in smoothly and without fuss which makes my life as VPM that much easier

Matt McWalter, Venue Project Manager - City Of Coventry Stadium, London 2012

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Undertaking Risk Assessments

Decide what could harm people and what precautions to take. This is your risk assessment. You must act on the findings of your risk assessment, by putting sensible controls in place to prevent accidents and ill health and making sure they are followed.

Controlling Work at Height

The law says you must make sure work is properly planned, supervised and carried out by competent people. This includes the right type of equipment for working at height.

Providing Health & Safety Training and Supervision

Everyone who works for you, including self-employed people, needs to know how to work safely and without risks to health. So you need to train them and supervise their work.

Installing On-site Anchorage Systems

Technical guidance for anchorage systems for scaffolding asks that you carry out, preliminary testing, proof testing and provide test reports.

Appointing Competent Persons

The law says you must appoint a competent person to help you meet your health and safety duties

Assessing Competency For Working At Height

Guidance says when a more technical level of competence is required, for example drawing up a plan for assembling a complex scaffold, existing training and certification schemes drawn up by trade associations and industry is one way to help demonstrate competence

Inspecting Scaffolding at Intervals Of No More Than 7 Days

The legal responsibility for scaffolding rests with the hiring organisation in the discharge of these duties before first use at intervals not exceeding seven days and following extreme weather conditions.

Monitoring and Auditing Policies, Procedures and Health & Safety Arrangements

The managing for health and safety (HSG65) guidance explains the Plan, Do , Check Act approach and shows how it can help you achieve a balance between the systems and behavioural aspects of management.

Then Your Company Is Legally Required To Do All Of These

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