Weekly audits of your scaffolding can be performed for the duration it is up to keep you fully compliant.
One off inspection can be performed if your scaffolding has been changed or effected by weather conditions.
All anchor points can be fully pull tested to ensure your scaffolding is securely fixed in place.
Ladders inspections will help ensure the safety of all persons working on your scaffolding.
To meet the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations 2005. It is the scaffold user’s / hirer’s responsibility to ensure that all scaffolding has been inspected as below:
All scaffolding inspection should 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 manufacturer/supplier.
The safest way to ensure your scaffolding is compliant with current Working at Height regulations and TG20:13 is to have your scaffold regularly inspected by an independent, fully qualified scaffolding inspector every seven days.
The default competence is a Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme qualification.
All ISIS Inspectors have been trained and are qualified to the Advanced CISRS level. This ensures that they are qualified and competent to carry out inspections on all types of scaffolding construction from basic systems to the most complex design builds.
Our fully qualified team will be onsite at the agreed time to conduct an complete inspection of your scaffolding.
We will provide you with a fully compliant report within 24 hours for your scaffolding. This can be shared with all relevant parties.
We come back onsite each week until your scaffolding has been taken down giving you total peace of mind.
We utilise our own custom made system for all our reporting on scaffolding. This gives us a fully compliant system that enables you to easily share reports with contractors, sub contractors and end-clients from any device.
As the head of Health & Safety for a medium sized Construction Management company such as Knight Harwood, it is reassuring to know that the scaffolds on our projects are independently inspected by very experienced Inspectors who hold CISRS advanced scaffold inspection qualifications. Scaffolding is often a high risk aspect of the construction phase, especially during projects in urban areas. In reality, expecting busy Construction Managers to formally and competently inspect the scaffolds...
From initial instruction to end client centric report, Independent Access Inspections has consistently demonstrated competence, technical comprehension and relevant industry sector experience as they deliver throughout our projects where Temporary Works and scaffold structures are installed. We enjoy regular consultative engagement with IAI as we continue to develop our bespoke inspection programs that satisfy current Regulatory frameworks and Company expectations.
Technical Guidance for Tube and Fitting Scaffolds
British/European Standard for Tube and Fitting Scaffolds
British/European standard for System Scaffolds provided within 24 hours