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Reputation earned at full-service scaffolding company

Affordable Scaffolding is a full service scaffolding hire company, supporting commercial and residential building, as well as the industrial sector. The company’s extensive experience in these areas ensures the smooth running of projects, and a professional transaction with clients.   Quick response The company prides itself on having a quick response to customer requests, and having earned a reputation as a reliable operator in scaffolding and roof protec...
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Good practice guideline submissions now closed

Consultation on good practice guideline for scaffolding in New Zealand closed earlier this month. WorkSafe had welcomed submissions on the draft scaffolding good practice guideline for persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs), workers, upstream PCBUs, and other people involved in scaffolding work. All work involving scaffolding must comply with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA), and all relevant regulations, including the Health and Safety in Employm...
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