The CIF Management & Inspection of Scaffolding training programme is an original programme developed by the CIF Learning & Development Department and delivered by leading expert Richard O’Mahony in this issue in Ireland. The course is aimed at those who are responsible for scaffolding, either in a management or supervisory role. This can include site agents, site managers, site foremen, safety managers or other contractors.
The CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding training programme provides the necessary up skilling required to update designated responsible person within construction companies on how to carry out the inspections/fault finding on scaffolding systems on site. The course details all the various components, the issues that arise around the safe management of scaffolding and how to handle any problems that may arise. Over the duration of the one day programme, participants receive detailed understanding of the H.S.A Code of Practice that currently provides guidance and the need for the weekly use of the approved GA3 form – a key document in the inspection of scaffolding.
Scaffolding on site needs to be inspected once a week and this course equips those responsible persons for these inspections with the legislative understanding and insight needed to carry out this vital task in a safe and thorough manner.
7 Structured CIRI CPD points can be awarded upon completion of the CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding course.
The CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding course is a key part of the Construction Industry Federations’s core safety training portfolio.
The fee for the CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding course is €265 for CIF members and €365 for non CIF members.
The CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding course is delivered over one day. The course begins at 9.00 am and finishes at 5.00pm.
Who is the Management and Inspection of Scaffolding course aimed at?
The Management and Inspection of Scaffolding course is aimed at those who are required to sign the weekly GA3 inspection record. Those attending should have at least 3 years experience in this area.
The course caters for:
- Site Managers
- Project Supervisors Construction Stage
- Main Contractors
- Safety Officers
- Safety Consultants working in construction sector
- Specialist contractors
- Public Bodies, who have responsibility for the management and inspection of scaffolding.
What are the CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding programme objectives?
The CIF Management and Inspection of Scaffolding programme provides further insight into inspecting, managing and scaffolding controls and operations in order to convey, in a qualified sense, the appropriate competence for same. (Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Construction Regulations 2013 & Safety, Health & Welfare at Work General Applications Regulations 2007).
For further information about the Management And Inspection Scaffolding course contact –
Phone: Kim on 01 4066051