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CISRS System Scaffold Product Training Scheme (SSPTS) – Cuplok – Event / Group

Cost: Available upon request
Duration: 2 days
Description:

 

The 2 day CISRS SSPTS – Cuplok will cover the following:

  • Basic Product Information & Manufacturers Instructions
  • Legal Overview
  • Health and Safety
  • British & European Standards
  • Overview of Product Accreditation & Testing Schemes
  • Guidance and Industry Standards
  • Component Range
  • Basic System(s) of work
  • Bracing Requirements
  • Ties Stability and Tie Patterns
  • Loading & Duties Practical & Theory
  • Access Towers
  • Independent Tied Scaffolds (including returns & hop ups)
  • Birdcage Access Scaffolds
  • Loading Towers
  • Methods of Access & Egress (including stairways)

 

Entry requirements:

Those who use Cuplok system scaffolding and require CISRS card endorsement. Delegates must be have attended a minimum of Part 1 training course and hold a current CISRS status card (Trainee/Scaffolder/Advanced)

Where will I study:

This course is delivered at your premises and is for a maximum of 9 delegates.

Aim:

entry requirements:

Attendees who successfully complete the training and assessment will be issued with a CISRS training certificate and application for CISRS card endorsement for the Cuplok will be made by Training 2001

Method of delivery

Classroom, practical and discussion

Who is this for

Those who use Cuplok system scaffolding and require CISRS card endorsement. Delegates must be have attended a minimum of Part 1 training course and hold a current CISRS status card (Trainee/Scaffolder/Advanced)

Objective

Upon successful completion delegates having completed the course will be able to use the specific system scaffold product in accordance with the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 the manufacturers instructions and industry standards including NASC Guidance Notes

Assessment

Knowledge Question Paper & Practcial Assessment

Date last updated:24 September 2014