Bear Scaffolding - Health & Safety
Health and safety is of the upmost importance when it comes to scaffolding and we adhere to the Health Safety Act 1974 at all times.
Safety compliant scaffolding is required for a whole range of projects from domestic repairs to refurbishments and large scale projects. It is important that a safe working environment is created from the very start.
Common examples where health ans safety is of the upmost importance include chimney repairs, replacement of roof tiles, installation of double glazed windows and gutter repairs.
All of our scaffold work complies fully with current regulations. The relevant regulations and organizations are:
- Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
- The Health and Safety Work Regulation of 2005
- The Work at Height Regulation of 2005
- The Construction Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations of 1996
All of our scaffold fitters are CITB trained and regularly attend fresher training courses to ensure the latest health and safety regulations are met at all times.