Scaffolding inspector level 1 course in Pakistan

1 year ago Islamabad, Pakistan Ad Views:296 Ad ID: 43698

Additional Details

  • Ad ID43698
  • Posted On1 year ago
  • Ad Views296


Scaffolding inspector level 1 course in Pakistan
Scaffolding inspector level 1 course in Pakistan
Scaffolding inspector level 1 course in Pakistan
Scaffolds must be inspected before they are used and confirmed in the initial inspection report or in a handover certificate.
Scaffolds must be inspected every 7 days.
Scaffolds must be inspected following events which could affect the safety of the structure, e.g. alterations, adverse weather or an earthquake.
Inspection reports must be kept in a format which can be reproduced in a printable form and is secure from loss or unauthorised interference.
The person carrying out an inspection must prepare a report before the end of the working period within which the inspection is completed and this must be shared with the client / employer within 24 hours.
An employer receiving a report must keep it at the site where the inspection was carried out until the construction work is completed and then at his/her office for 3 months.
Protection may be removed but only for the time and to the extent necessary to gain access for the performance of a particular task and shall be replaced as soon as practicable. The task must not be performed unless effective compensatory safety measures are in place.
Information to be included in an inspection report:
The name and address of the person for whom the inspection was carried out
The location of the inspection
A description of the scaffold
The date and time of the inspection
Details of any matter identified that could give rise to a risk to the health or safety of any person
Details of any action taken as a result of any matter identified
Details of any further action considered necessary
The name and position of the person making the report
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 make it clear that employers must assess the risks to the health and safety of their employees and members of the public who might be affected by the work.

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 state that commercial clients must ensure their projects are suitably managed so as to ensure the health and safety of all who might be affected by the work, including members of the public. For domestic clients it is the builder, scaffolder or contractor who is using the scaffolding who is responsible for maintaining safety on site.

Failure to provide a safe environment can lead to unlimited fines and up to two years in prison. The HSE regularly prosecute contractors and other scaffold clients for a failure to carry out comprehensive The HSE guidance states that scaffolding inspections should be carried out “by a competent person whose combination of knowledge, training and experience is appropriate for the type and complexity of the scaffold”. This is usually understood to be someone holding the relevant Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme (CISRS) qualification.

Scaffolding inspector level 1 course in Pakistan