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1 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition START PRESENTATION QUIT PRESENTATION

2 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition MAIN MENU Introduction SECTION 1 – Certification SECTION 2 – Tube-and-Coupler Scaffolds SECTION 3 – Particular Scaffold Requirements Intermediate Scaffolding - Written Assignment QUIT X CONTACT EASY GUIDES WWW EASY GUIDES ONLINE Click to start Use the menu below to jump to a particular section or use the arrow at the bottom of the screen to begin at the start. JUMP TO A QUESTION NAVIGATION AVAILABLE IN FULL VERSION

3 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Parts used in Basic Modular Scaffolding Standard Guardrail Midrail Toeboard Traverse Brace Transom Soleplate Working Platform Longitudinal Brace Ledger Baseplate MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

4 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Examples of Couplers right angle couplers sleeve couplers swivel couplersputlog couplers check coupler MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

5 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition CERTIFICATION UNIT 1 MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

6 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Question 1a. Is a person with an Intermediate Scaffolding Certificate allowed to construct a personnel and materials hoist? Answer: No Personnel and materials hoist MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

7 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Question 1b. Is a person with an Intermediate Scaffolding Certificate allowed to install a cantilevered crane loading platform? Answer: Yes Cantilevered crane loading platform MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

8 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Question 2a. What is the maximum specified height for a tube-and-coupler scaffold? Answer: 45 metres 45m Tube-and-coupler scaffold Note: AS/NZS :2000 Preface (a) Answer: 33m Note: AS/NZS :2000 Preface (a) Answer: 33m MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

9 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Question 2b. What is the maximum bay width for a light duty independent scaffold? Answer: 2.4 metres or (10 planks) 2.4m 10 planks Note: AS/NZS :2000 Section 3.1 Standards Table 1 Answer: 0.5m Note: AS/NZS :2000 Section 3.1 Standards Table 1 Answer: 0.5m MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

10 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Question 3a. What is the maximum allowable slope of a working platform? Answer: 7 degrees or (1 in 8) 7 o working platform MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

11 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition Question 3b. What is the maximum allowable slope of a cleated barrow ramp? Answer: 20 degrees or (1 in 3) 20 o Barrow ramp MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

12 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition SCAFFOLD A: TASK 1.1 On a sheet of paper use line sketches to show a front elevation and end elevation of the scaffold. Show all joints in standards and ledgers. (Do NOT show tie assemblies. Do NOT show access). Draw both a front elevation and end elevation. MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

13 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition SCAFFOLD A: TASK 1.2 Show eight bays of equal spacing. MAIN MENU NEXTPREV

14 © Easy Guides Australia National Edition JUMP TO A QUESTION Question 1a Question 1b Question 1c Question 1d Question 1e Question 1f Question 1g Question 1h Question 1i Question 1j Question 1k Question 3a Question 3b Question 3c Question 3d Question 3e Question 3f Question 3g Question 3h Question 3i Question 3j Question 3k Question 3l Question 3m Question 3n Question 3o UNIT 2 - TUBE-AND –COUPLER SCAFFOLD SPECIFICATIONS UNIT 3 - PARTICULAR SCAFFOLD REQUIREMENTS UNIT 1- CERTIFICATION Question 2a Question 2b Question 2c Question 2d Question 2e Question 2f Question 2g Question 2h Question 2i Question 2j Question 2k Question 2l Question 2m WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT TASK 1.1 TASK 1.2 TASK 1.3 TASK 1.4 TASK 1.5 TASK 1.6 TASK 1.7 TASK 1.8 TASK 1.9 TASK 1.10 TASK 1.11 TASK 1.12 TASK 1.13 TASK 1.14 Question 2n Question 2o Question 2p Question 2q Question 2r Question 2s Question 2t Question 2u Question 2v Question 2w Question 2x Question 2y TASK 2 TASK 3 TASK 4 TASK 5 TASK 6 TASK 7 TASK 8 TASK 9 TASK 10 MAIN MENU NAVIGATION AVAILABLE IN FULL VERSION


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