No License required up to 4m metre platform height.
Australia Scaffold is the Frame Scaffold experts. Frame Scaffold or A-Frame Scaffold is versatile, easy to erect and can be built several storeys high. Frame scaffold or brickies scaffolding are common industry terms that refer to the popular Frame and Brace scaffolding.
This the most common type of scaffold used by contractors of all types, from carpenters and bricklayers to the homeowner on the weekend project. It’s easy to set up and dismantle and allows you to get to the height you need very quickly. It is the preferred scaffold for all types of construction jobs. We supply a complete range of Frame Scaffold and deliver Australia Wide.
It’s lightweight – Super fast to erect – Can be installed by one person – It’s prefabricated! – All of which saves you time and money.
Builders love to use frame scaffold because there are no standards between the bricklayer and the wall. Giving full access to the face of the wall. Frame scaffold is not only used by builders; many trades also benefit from the great features of frame scaffold.
To speak directly with a qualified scaffolder for your scaffolding needs, call us today on 1300 919 905!
Competency and licensing
A person who erects, alters or dismantles any scaffold must be competent to do the work safely.
A person undertaking scaffolding work must hold the relevant class of scaffolding high risk work licence as required by the WHS Regulations. The scaffolding high risk work licence classes are:
Basic scaffolding licence —required for scaffolding work involving:
modular or prefabricated scaffolds
cantilevered materials hoists with a maximum working load of 500 kilograms
fall arrest systems including safety nets and static lines, and
bracket scaffolds (tank and formwork).
Intermediate scaffolding licence —required for scaffolding work involving:
cantilevered crane loading platforms
barrow ramps and sloping platforms
scaffolding associated with perimeter safety screens and shutters
mast climbing work platforms, and
tube and coupler scaffolds including tube and coupler covered ways and gantries.
Advanced scaffolding licence —required for scaffolding work involving:
hung scaffolds including scaffolds hung from tubes, wire ropes or chains, and
Where a person undertakes construction work they must have successfully completed general construction induction training.
A person who erects, alters or dismantles a scaffold where there is a risk of a person or object falling four metres or less from the platform or structure does not require a high risk work licence. This sort of work may involve tasks like erecting a small frame scaffold to repair the eaves of a house or to paint a ceiling. These types of scaffolds are not generally used to provide a work platform at a height in excess of one storey or for use by many workers at once.
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