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    3D scaffolding where looking for a class 2...

    3D scaffolding where looking for a class 2 driver, may be a foot in the door.

    Speak to a training centre they can introduce you to companies looking for apprentices
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    It would depend on the centre he is registered at...

    It would depend on the centre he is registered at for the nvq, some do diaries, some use work products like RAMS, handovers, designs, toolbox talks etc.

    birdcages, towers, independents, putlogs i...
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    What level is he taking Garry?

    What level is he taking Garry?
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    Totally agree

    Totally agree
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    where did he do his course?

    where did he do his course?
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    The Work at Height Regs says that all scaffolds...

    The Work at Height Regs says that all scaffolds should be designed unless built to a generally recognised configuration, which is TG20, so i would say that it is law?
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    Im not a deisgner so dont really know but i would...

    Im not a deisgner so dont really know but i would guess that with their experience they will know how it will take them to design the scaffold so probably more experience than anything. i would...
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    To be honest i've never really looked at the...

    To be honest i've never really looked at the calculations.

    If the designer has done the design and sent the calcs and it's been checked by another designer i would imagine it's covered.

    The...
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    to be honest, i didn't go back to do my part 2...

    to be honest, i didn't go back to do my part 2 till around TG20-08 was coming in so didnt know the handrail height had changed (working for a smaller street firm) and as usual, walk out the door of...
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    As you said i think it comes down to who...

    As you said i think it comes down to who recognises the configuration. At the moment NASC are the only player in this industry who has guidance out there that has been 'adopted' by the HSE and the...
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    The compliance sheet isn't a legal requirement...

    The compliance sheet isn't a legal requirement neither is a handing over certificate at this moment in time. If the client stipulated the compliance sheet in his tender then he is entitled to it, if...
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    lol. and again...........

    lol.

    and again...........
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    and, there you have it. The great crested...

    and, there you have it. The great crested scaffolder in his true habitat.

    Can't spell and just chats ******** (or is that bollox).

    You would get more respect by actually engaging in the...
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    I agree to some extent, it can be lazy and is...

    I agree to some extent, it can be lazy and is cheaper than cutting boards down. Sometimes it's dependent on the diameter of the downspout, if its 6 inches to the front then that could leave a gap...
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    6 houses, would be looking at 350 - 450 plus VAT...

    6 houses, would be looking at 350 - 450 plus VAT for half a dayish work, if there is more than six being built they will probably over run so you might end up with more than six. If that is the case...
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    bill by the hour, first 2 hours as standard,...

    bill by the hour, first 2 hours as standard, anything over over is an hour extra. depends what you want to make, dependant on travel time it could be half a days work for you, which has to cover...
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    :D ha ha Yeah a red tag when they are going...

    :D ha ha

    Yeah a red tag when they are going up, coming down and not in use
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    Thanks for your input Tony. I hope you have a...

    Thanks for your input Tony. I hope you have a lovely day...…...
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    I would put this down to the policy the main...

    I would put this down to the policy the main contractor has. If they stipulate tags then tags go on, if not a register of inspections is usually ok. If they are part of the scaffold they are usually...
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    The jobs themselves don't usually need tagging...

    The jobs themselves don't usually need tagging unless the main contractor stipulates it in the tender. We used to charge extra in the price.
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    Most companies provide handover certificates for...

    Most companies provide handover certificates for each job; in saying that, it's not a legal requirement to provide a handover certificate it's a legal requirement to carry out an inspection on the...
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    depends on the job, sometimes it reduces the gap...

    depends on the job, sometimes it reduces the gap to the front of a drainpipe without leaving an excessive gap to the front
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    Your part 2 shouldn't run out. Did you get your...

    Your part 2 shouldn't run out. Did you get your NVQ passed off?

    If you didn't you will probably need to do the NVQ part. Speak to a training centre near you, they would know
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    ha ha jobs worth!

    ha ha jobs worth!
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    I think its if you have the data for what you are...

    I think its if you have the data for what you are tying into then you don't need preliminary tests or if the base material is in doubt (brickwork/mortar) then you need to do them.


    Ive not read...
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