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Scaffolding Tag Kit : Claw Type - Standard


Model : STK CS


Scaffolding tags inspection system is prevalent worldwide and used in helping to identify working at height hazards and efficiently managing inspection procedures.
One kit contains -
20 Tags, 10 Holder, 2 Pen & 10 Cable Tie.


Customization

  • Printing of all Tag Holders and Tags can be customized as per customer’s requirement of Text, Graphic, language, Logo, Dept. Name, etc.
  • Bi-lingual printing on Tag Holders and Tags can also be done.
  • Minimum quantity condition applicable.
  • Free customization on orders above 100 kits or 100 sets of Holder / Tags.

Model : STK CS


Holder : Claw Type - Standard



Model : STH CS


Size in mm : 310 x 100

Scaffolding Inspection Tag Holders are designed to operate in conjunction with their Tags / Inserts to help identify working at height hazards and efficiently manage inspection procedures.

Simple to Use

  • Round or Universal head to fit on tube & clip or system scaffolding.
  • Finger lift : Easier to remove the Tag / Insert.
  • Compatible with Tag / Insert used at sites.

More Durable

  • Available in PP / ABS / NYLON material as per the requirement of the Customer / Installation / Location.
  • Temperature range -20°C to +80°C

More Secure

  • Additional cable tie attachment / screw option at the top & bottom of the holder for extra security (depending on the location & viability)

Model : STH CS

Tags for Claw Type - Standard STH

Model : T STH CS


Size in mm : 194 x 94

Scaffolding inspection Tag / Insert are designed to operate in conjunction with Tag holder to help identify working at height hazards and efficiently manage inspection procedures.

Easier to Read

  • Clear warnings
  • Clear mandatory duties to follow
  • Initial inspection record, visible on front of Tag / Insert.
  • Important information not hindered by side lugs of the holder.

For additional Security

  • Cable tie hole can be provided to secure insert to the holder.

Model : T STH CS

FAQ

What is Scaffolding?

Scaffolding, also called scaffold is a temporary structure used to support a work crew and materials to aid in the construction, maintenance and repair of buildings, bridges and all other manmade structures.

There are four main types of scaffolding used worldwide today. These are Tube and Coupler (fitting) components, prefabricated modular system scaffold components, H-frame / facade modular system scaffolds, and timber / bamboo scaffolds.

The Work at Height Regulations 2005 applies to all work at height, where there is a risk of a fall liable to cause personal injury.

The scaffold must be inspected prior to being used for the first time, following exposure to weather conditions likely to have affected its strength or stability, after substantial addition, dismantling or other alteration and at intervals not exceeding 7 days from the date of last inspection.

The scaffolding tag system with its unique holder and insert ensures all are aware of the current status of the structure. These tags should be placed at all strategic points from the first build stage and are to remain on the structure until dismantle thereby communicating a safety message to all.

By adopting the scaffolding tag system, the employers / contractors demonstrate care for their workers and that they have done everything reasonably practical to ensure safe access and egress from the place of work as well as giving workers as much information required to work safely.

Requirements as per Law : For projects involving working at height

A risk assessment should be completed to determine the appropriate equipment for a specific job and also provide guidance on their inspection. This risk assessment should also be provided to contractors before any work commences at site.

Selection of the equipment should take into account a range of factors such as ground conditions, duration and frequency of use and additional risks posed by use, installation and removal of the work equipment.

Scaffolding must be inspected by a competent person:
*    Before it is put into use,
*   At seven day intervals until it is dismantled,
*   After bad or excessively adverse weather or high winds or another event likely to have effected its strength or stability,
*   After any substantial additions or other alterations done to the existing structure.

A competent person must carry out general access scaffolding inspection and prepare / write out a report at the time of the inspection and provide the same to the responsible person within 24 hours.

A copy of the report should be kept on site and a further copy be retained for a period of three months from the completion of the work with the person on whose behalf the inspection was carried out.

If a scaffold fails inspection, this must be reported to the person responsible for the scaffolding, as soon as possible.

How the scaffolding tags system works.

*    A holder displaying prohibition is attached permanently to the scaffolding structure at all legal access points.

*    Structure inspected by the professional and once it passes inspection - insert is completed and placed into holder.
If the scaffold fails inspection, holder is left in prohibition to display “Do not use Scaffold” symbol.

*    On the regular intervals of 7 days , Scaffold structure is re-inspected and if it passes inspection, status insert is updated and placed into holder.

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New Delhi - 110001 ( India )


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