Joemarine Institute | Basic Scaffolding
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Course Overview

The course is tailored to meet the requirement of IADC syllabus demonstrating the competence and knowledge of basic scaffold operations in the oil and gas industries. The purpose of working scaffold is to provide a safe place of work with safe access suitable for the work being done. This training sets out performance requirements for safe working practice and principles in scaffolding.  The course also specifies structural designs rules when certain materials are used and general rules for prefabricated equipments.  The training is designed to enable instructor undertake a structured and effectively delivery technique as it captures the fundamental and basic elements of the course.

Course Overview:

This course will give participants the necessary skills and knowledge to plan, prepare & complete basic scaffolding work as prescribed in the curricula for International Association of Drilling contractors (IADC) Performing High Risk Work. On completion of this course participants will be able to manage risks; inspect equipment; work with fibre ropes; construct and dismantle modular scaffolds

Course Contents:

  • Company risk management procedures and scaffolding risk control
  • Plan Work -Site requirements and rules; site hazard identification; emergency procedures; priorities; scaffold fit for the purpose.
  • Rope work including bowline; clove hitch; timber hitch; rolling hitch; use of gin wheels.
  • Scaffold Terminology, PPE & Equipments
  • Identify scaffold components and use; identify damaged components.
  • Identify individual modular systems, their advantages/disadvantages.
  • Tube and Coupler overview and use
  • Ground Bearing Pressure related to live load; dead load.
  • Minimums and Maximums including lift height bay width, length light/medium/heavy duty scaffolds; bracing of scaffolds; tying of scaffolds.
  • Foundation and Erection Procedures
  • Ties, Ladder, Manual Handling and Lifting Teaching
  • Estimation of material

Course Duration:

One (1) Month