Scaffold Tower

Falls from heights are the biggest cause of death in the workplace. On average 45 people die and 3750 suffer serious injuries every single year. That's over 300 injuries reported each month.

Good to Go Safety provides essential Scaffold Tower Inspections checklist for scaffold tower operatives. Using the Good to Go Safety Scaffold Tower Inspections Checklist improves worker safety and avoids costly accidents. The results of a Scaffold Tower inspections should be recorded and displayed. Carbon copies are retained in the good to go safety scaffold tower inspection checklist check book and these records should be kept on site until construction is completed and then retained off site for a further three months.

Using the good to go safety scaffold tower inspections checklist provides compliance with WAHR, PASMA & HSE legislation and best practice. A scaffold tower status tag should be attached to the tube at the scaffold tower’s point of entry to ensure maximum visibility. The status tag has been designed to sit flush to a scaffold tower tube using cable ties to reduce the risk of snagging. Scaffold towers should meet the specification of BS EN 1004:2004 and the inspections checks found in the Good to Go Safety inspections checklist check books can help to identify any non-conforming or poorly maintained scaffold tower.

All BS EN 1004:2004 scaffold towers should be supplied with detailed user instructions and critical safety information specifying the use of either the 3T or AGR system of assembly and dismantling. You must follow these instructions and the safety information precisely. Scaffold towers come in many different shapes and sizes, but the Good to Go Safety scaffold tower inspections checklist helps identify common pre-use checks to help maximise user safety at all times.

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