suspended scaffold

suspended scaffold

A scaffold consisting of a number of outriggers, 2 from which wire ropes are wound on hand-operated winches on the scaffold platform.
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OSHA said employees were cutting pipes while working from a suspended scaffold when the scaffold collapsed.
In particular, the suspended scaffold application is in great demand within the oil and gas sector as users require the highest safety and versatility for their critical facilities such as pipe racks, according to Mr Gerd Raich (PERI Regional Manager Scaffolding).
The company highlighted that Peri UP Rosett Flex offers maximum flexibility in scaffolding construction and has integrated safety features, which allows the same components to be used as shoring, stair towers, suspended scaffold, reinforcement scaffold or working platforms.
"For example, suspended scaffold training is now required to be carried out on full-sized equipment."
Not least in recalling laying bricks in the height of winter from a suspended scaffold 150ft up in the air!
Suspended Scaffolding Market: Key Participants Some of the participants involved in the manufacture of the Suspended Scaffolding in the global market are: Swing-Lo Suspended Scaffold Company SafeWorks, LLC Wilhelm Layher GmbH & Co.
One of its key products for the Middle East and Africa is PERI UP, a scaffolding and shoring system, through which various applications such as stair tower, suspended scaffold, access scaffold, birdcage scaffold, shoring tower and facade scaffold can be realised.
Devised as a result of recommendations made by the Suspended Scaffold Worker Safety Task Force, a group created by the administration the new law requires that all suspended scaffolds be inspected daily, and that a record of the inspection at the job site be made available to personnel.