- At your work site or in one of our training centres
- For everyone who works with rolling scaffolding
- Training according 'a-blad rolsteiger'
Description and purpose of the training course
A rolling scaffold is a useful means of safely carrying out work at height. It is important that you observe the safety regulations during assembly, disassembly and possibly relocation of the rolling scaffold.
After completing this training course, you will know how to assemble and dismantle a rolling scaffold responsibly and safely, carry out work on a rolling scaffold safely and how to minimise the risks while working on a rolling scaffold.
The training course consists of a theoretical and a practical component. You will apply the theory you have learnt directly in practice, which gives the course an interactive nature.
The ‘Working safely with mobile scaffolding’ training course complies with the requirements of the new rules for constructing scaffolding systems as described in 'a-blad rolsteiger' (.pdf in Dutch), publication date April 2016.
There is a hands-on competency test at the end of the training course. Our experienced and skilled instructors will ensure that you are fully prepared for taking the competency test.
- Scaffold types
- Characteristics of quality
- Rolling scaffold components
- Legal requirements
- Inspection and control
- Loads and stability
- Assembly and disassembly
- Set-up locations
- Moving the scaffold
- Ascending and descending
- Practical exercise
- Special constructions
At the end of the training course, you will receive a certificate and proof of participation in credit-card format for use at the work site. These will be sent to you by post.
Register for a training course?
Group training at any location of your choice with an approved training room or at one of the Boels training centres.
One session (maximum 4-hours)
Maximum group size:
The minimum age for taking this course is 18
In accordance with Working Conditions Act (Arbo-wet / ARAB-codex)