CISRS - Basic Scaffold Inspection
- Who Attends
This CISRS basic scaffold inspection course is designed for members of management or supervisors who are responsible for inspecting scaffolds and completing reports in accordance the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
- The Aim
This CISRS accredited course will develop your understanding of scaffolding components, forms of construction and the inspection procedures for basic access scaffolds and how to comply with current legislation and Codes of Practice.
- Course Content
•Introduction to Scaffolding & Scaffolding Terminology
•The Work at Height Regulations 2005
•British, European and Industry Standards (NASC)
•Overview of SG4:15 ? Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations
•Tube, fittings & boards
•Safe ladder access and egress
•Scaffolders training and working methods
•Bracing and tying scaffolds
•Fan boards and public protection
•Mobile, static and loading towers
•Beams and bridging beams
•Various types of system scaffolding
•How to carry out a scaffolding inspection
•Scaffold tagging systems
•Scaffold inspection exercise
•Knowledge test and assessment.
Successful delegates of this scaffold inspection course will receive a CISRS Completion Certificate, and we will apply for the CISRS Basic Scaffold Inspection card on your behalf. Delegates are required to bring a passport photograph and current Health, Safety & Environment Test or valid exemption in order to be officially certified.
This face to face course is led by a qualified instructor over 3 days.
Learning takes place through a mix of presentations, videos, group discussions and workshop activities. Delegates will be required to physically inspect scaffolding, find faults, compile reports and use scaffold tagging systems. All of the centres have purpose built scaffolding inspection installations.
- Additional Info
Entry Requirements - CISRS would expect delegates to have awareness and experience of scaffolding structures, which would have come from time spent in their individual industry sector e.g. construction, engineering, manufacturing, offshore etc. This experience would be required to be confirmed by the production of a CV with contactable references and/or certificates. Examples of acceptable experience are:
•Delegate holds current CISRS Scaffolder/Advanced Card
•Delegate has previously attended a scaffold appreciation/awareness course.
•Delegate has previously attended a Scaffold Inspection course.
•You must have a good understanding of spoken and written English
Health & Safety Requirement - You must either be able to provide evidence of passing a CITB Health, safety and environment (HS&E) test within the last 23 months; or you must hold at least one of the following:
•Current CCNSG Passport to Safety
•NEBOSH Construction certificate (taken within 23 months)
•Current Offshore Survival certificate/Card
•FAS Safe Pass
•SMSTS (taken within 23 months)
•SSSTS (taken within 23 months).
- Miscellaneous Info
Start time: 08:30End time: 17:00
- Dates & Locations