Maintaining scaffolding protection

Small steps to continuously improve site safety can go a long way to reducing the risk of a hazards occurring.

Keeping site equipment organised not only maintains a good appearance but also reduces potential safety risks.

Below is an example of how one site maintained scaffold protection:

  • The site was expansive and was served with a vast amount of free standing crash barriers, which tended to be pushed out of alignment;
  • The team focused on the issue and adopted continuous scaffolding protection in the form of a foam yellow cable tied to the top rail;
  • This was very successful to maintain the integrity of the barriers and safety associated with it.

Please see below for more details.

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Monitor report. Carillion Construction Ltd. Manchester. March 2016


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