Good To Go Safety helps employers meet their legal responsibilities through the use of an innovative scaffolding tagging and checklist system. The scaffold status can be instantly updated following any structural alterations, periods of bad weather, as part of its seven day check or daily scaffolding safety inspection checklist programme. Using our scaffolding safety inspection checklist has never been easier and can reduce maintenance costs and the risk of a costly scaffolding collapse or accident.
It is the scaffold users/hirers responsibility to ensure that all scaffolding has been inspected as follows:
• Following the scaffoldings installation / before first use
• At an interval of no more than every seven days thereafter
• Following any circumstances liable to jeopardise the safety of the installation e.g. high winds
• All scaffolding inspection must be carried out by a competent person whose combination of knowledge, training and experience is appropriate for the type and complexity of the scaffold. Competence may have been assessed under the CISRS or an individual may have received training in inspecting a specific type of system scaffold from a manufacturersupplier.
Each check book contains 25 individual checklists relating to components and structural checks to be completed before the scaffold is used. Duplicate carbon copies of the completed checklists are retained in the book for management records. The book also includes useful guidance notes to remind operatives what to look for during their inspection of system scaffolding and/or tube and fitting scaffolding in line with TG20:13 guidance.