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    i did mean 2013, im a bit worried as i have been out of the game for a few months, should all come back to me like

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    Quote Originally Posted by painy View Post
    i did mean 2013, im a bit worried as i have been out of the game for a few months, should all come back to me like
    Have a read of my diary in my other post buddy sure it'll put your mind at rest give you an idea of what to expect at least!

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    well done m8 for taking the time to write that post for us mere scaff's lol

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    i liked this post

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    Thanks very much everyone.
    Ill update it by the end of the week. TG:20 etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason-Gibbs
    After a few years of Labouring, you should be ready to start your Scaffolding training, as a Trainee Scaffolder, which after a few years of that, you should be confident and experienced enough to get your Basic Scaffolding card and become fully qualified.
    Shame the new and younger lads in the game take no notice of this. they just want to jump straight on the tools.
    one of the first things I was told and my self tell labourers now is

    GOTTA LEARN TO DO THE LABOURING BEFORE THE FIXING
    One Tool Does All

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    Appreciate the time and effort gone into that post. I'm just starting out as a Scaff, took a leap of faith (already time served joiner wanting massive change) and can't get enough info regarding scaffolding. Much appreciated and good read.

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    thank you

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    Jason This really is an excellent and most informative post! In fact the best one I have ever seen on the Forum!
    You should seriously consider publishing this as it could be used on training courses.
    If ever you do a revision please include the fact that the fixings and ties you describe should be pull tested to check the security of the installation.
    Hydrajaws and Hilti both supply portable testers for all the various ties,anchors and fixings used in todays scaffolding industry.

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    I wonder whatever happened to that clueless little attention-seeker, Gibbs.
    Cientos aplicados, seis fue elegido!!!

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