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Safe Access Scaffolding provide professional access tower scaffold solutions across the UK. Call 0333 1234 500

PROFESSIONAL ACCESS TOWER SCAFFOLD HIRE Safe Access Scaffolding provide various scaffolding systems for all types of roofing projects. FAST, FRIENDLY & EFFICIENT Call Safe Access Scaffolding for your Free Quote for Local Scaffold Hire. QUALIFIED & INSURED SERVICE Insured against Public Liability up to £10 Million Pounds, Feel Safe with Safe Access Scaffolding.

Scaffold Access Towers – Safe Access Scaffolding

The Work at Height Regulations 2005 require an assessment to be undertaken before starting any work at height. If the assessment confirms that there is no alternative to working at height, then suitable work equipment should be selected, taking into account the nature of the work.
Safe Access Scaffolding provide Access Tower Hire in the following areas : Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, North London

Mobile Access Towers – Safe Access Scaffolding

Mobile access towers are widely used and can provide an effective and safe means of gaining access to work at height. However, inappropriate erection and misuse of towers are the cause of numerous accidents each year. Aluminium and thin-wall steel towers are light and can easily overturn if used incorrectly. Towers rely on all parts being in place to ensure adequate strength. They can collapse if sections are left out.

Safe Access Scaffolding – Using Scaffold Access Towers

There must be a safe way to get to and from the work platform. This must be on the inside of the tower by an appropriately designed built-in ladder. It is not safe to climb up the rungs on the end frames unless the rungs have been specifically designed for the purpose of getting to and from the working platform – these have rung spacings of between 230 and 300 mm and an anti-slip surface. Falls must be prevented where there is a risk that a fall could result in personal injury. The working platform must be provided with suitable edge protection and toe boards. Guard rails should be at least 950 mm high and an intermediate guard rail should be provided so the unprotected gap does not exceed 470 mm.

Safe Access Scaffolding & Protecting the Public

When towers are used in public places, extra precautions are required:
  • erect barriers at ground level to prevent people from walking into the tower or work area;
  • minimise the storage of materials and equipment on the working platform;
  • remove or board over access ladders to prevent unauthorised access