Providing quality services is the main aim of Cardiff. Scaffolding inspection in Pakistan is now offered at
Cardiff along experienced and skilled staff. Scaffolding inspection is important. Scaffolding inspection in
Pakistan is now demanded by various industries. Scaffolding inspection in Pakistan is serviced by Cardiff
international. You can trust CSCP global for scaffolding inspection in Pakistan. Scaffolding safety
inspection is as important as other safety measures to be taken at workplaces. Scaffolding safety
inspection is offered by CSCP. Scaffolding safety inspection is all catered with experienced and skilled
team of CSCP. Scaffolding inspection is a vital part of keeping workers safe. 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, scaffold 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 inspections by a qualified
person. And CSCP global offers that comprehensive scaffolding inspection required by you and your
Our team rely on competency and assurance that everything is planned and organized, the following are
the checklist we hit on:
 Site location (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Period of time the scaffold is required to be in place (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding safety
 Intended use (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Height and length and any critical dimensions which may affect the scaffold (scaffolding
inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Number of boarded lifts (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Maximum working loads to be imposed and maximum number of people using the scaffold at
any one time (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Type of access onto the scaffold e.g. staircase, ladder bay, external ladders (scaffolding
inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Whether there is a requirement for sheeting, netting or brick guards (scaffolding inspection,
scaffolding safety inspection)
 Any specific requirements or provisions e.g. pedestrian walkway, restriction on tie locations,
inclusion/provision for mechanical handling plant e.g. hoist) (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding
safety inspection)
 Nature of the ground conditions or supporting structure (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding
safety inspection)

 Information on the structure/building the scaffold will be erected against together with any
relevant dimensions and drawings (scaffolding inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)
 Any restrictions that may affect the erection, alteration or dismantling process (scaffolding
inspection, scaffolding safety inspection)

The requirements and check points that our team will focus on are:
 Type of scaffold required (tube & fitting or system) (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Maximum bay lengths (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Maximum lift heights (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Platform boarding arrangement (i.e. 5 + 2) and the number of boarded lifts that can be used at
any one time (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Safe working load / load class (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Maximum leg loads (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Maximum tie spacing both horizontal and vertical and tie duty (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Details of additional elements such as beamed bridges, fans, loading bays etc, which may be a
standard configuration (see note 1 ref TG20:13) or specifically designed (Scaffolding safety
 Information can be included in relevant drawings if appropriate (Scaffolding safety inspection)
 Any other information relevant to the design, installation or use of the scaffold (Scaffolding
safety inspection)
 Reference number, date etc. to enable recording, referencing and checking (Scaffolding safety
OSHA requires the general contractor in section 1926.451(f)(3) to have scaffolds and scaffold
components inspected for visible defects by a competent person prior to each work shift and after any
occurrence which could affect a scaffold’s structural integrity (osha scaffolding inspection requirement).
Given the importance of detecting defects in scaffolds and scaffold components, OSHA believes that all
scaffolds need to be inspected at the times specified (OSHA scaffolding inspection requirement).
However, this does not mean that the original builder/ contractor of the scaffold must inspect the
scaffold daily (OSHA scaffolding inspection requirement). In addition, on large frame systems, the
inspection is only required for those scaffold areas that will be used by employees during the next work
shift (OSHA scaffolding inspection requirement).
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programs that are useful at very field you choose and professionals that make learning at CSCP worthy
enough Cardiff is proud to be a reputed, official, accredited training programs provider for a wide range
of certifications based truly and immensely on quality, safety, health and environmental momentums.