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Good to Go Scaffold

An average of 1,000 serious injuries and 10 fatalities occur every year in the UK following accidents involving scaffolding.

Employers using scaffolding are regulated by the Work at Height Regulations (WAHR). Regular maintenance and scaffold inspections are vital to ensure that equipment remains safe and stable, especially after adverse weather conditions.

Good To Go Safety™ helps employers meet their legal duties, through the use of an innovative equipment tag and checklist system.

Good to Go Safety provides scaffold safety with its innovative scaff tag and inspection system. Attach the tag to the scaffold tube and complete a scaffold checklist for your maintenance records as required by WAHR and PUWER. Scaffold inspections have never been easier and can reduce the risk of scaffold collapse or scaffold accidents.

  • Ensures compliance with PUWER, WAHR, CDM, NASC & HSE legislation and best practice.
  • Inspection check books have been designed in line with BS EN 12811-1 and TG20:08 guidance, retaining chronological records of all equipment inspections.
  • Instantly visible at the point of entry to scaffolding, ensuring checks are carried out prior to use. Scaffold Inspection
  • Scaffold status can be instantly updated following any structural alterations, periods of bad weather, as part of its 7 day check or daily inspection programme.
  • Quick, easy to use check list ensures key safety checks are carried out prior to use. The operator simply completes the comprehensive check list, signs and dates it. Once inserted into the pod it provides a clear visual statement of the ladder status.
  • Robust, and tamper evident tagging system, designed to fit flush to a scaffold pole. Clearly identifies when scaffolding is ‘good to go’ or when it should not be used.

Unless the necessary measures are in place and adhered to, any issue relating to the use or abuse of the scaffold will expose the employers utilising the scaffold to risk; either commercially (through financial claims or lost work), or through the courts.