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Supported Scaffold Certification

Supported Scaffold Supervisor Training

Our Supported Scaffold Training provides you with the information and skills essential to guarantee the safe usage of supported scaffolds. Safety is the first priority in the construction sector. Although supported scaffolds are an essential tool, using them incorrectly can result in dangerous incidents. With the help of this extensive curriculum, supervisors can become competent individuals—a crucial responsibility required by OSHA standards.

31 Modules

What You’ll Learn

Our training goes beyond the basics, providing in-depth instruction on all aspects of supported scaffold training, empowering supervisors to:

Safeguard Employees

You have the ability to drastically lower the risk of injuries on your job sites. It helps you to learn typical supported scaffold dangers and putting appropriate fall prevention methods into practice.


Boost Productivity

Supervisors can ensure projects completion on time and avoid downtime by using appropriate scaffold inspection techniques. They have an in-depth understanding of safe assembly processes.



Course Modules - (31)

  • 1) Learning Outcomes
  • 2) Supported Scaffold Overview
  • 3) Supported Scaffold NYC
  • 4) Scaffolding OSHA
  • 5) Scaffolding Introduction
  • 1) Falls in Construction/Fixed Scaffolds
  • 2) Scaffolding Collapse in Downtown Charleston
  • 3) Brooklyn Scaffolding Collapse Shakes Residents
  • 1) What is an OSHA Competent Person?
  • 2) Competant VS Qualified Person in Safety
  • 3) Scaffold Designers are Workers Who are Qualified to Design Scaffolds
  • 1) Scaffold Competent Person & Fall Protection
  • 2) Competent Person
  • 3) Competent person
  • 4) Competent Person Supporting Scaffolding Safety Training Video (OSHA and NYC DOB)
  • 5) Toolbox Talk: Scaffolding Safety
  • 6) Scaffolding Inspections
  • 1) OSHA-Criteria for Supported Scaffolds
  • 2) What are supported scaffolds?
  • 3) Do employees working on supported scaffolds need to be trained?
  • 4) When do supported scaffolds need to be restrained from tipping?
  • 5) How can one prevent supported scaffolding from tipping?
  • 6) What are the footing and foundation requirements for supported scaffolds?
  • 7) May forklifts, front-end loaders, or similar equipment support platforms?
  • 8) What materials can be used to increase the working level height of employees on supported scaffolds?
  • 1) OSHA-Scaffold Platform Construction
  • 2) OSHA-Access Requirements
  • 3) OSHA-Use Requirements
  • 4) OSHA-Fall Protection Requirements
  • 5) OSHA-Falling Object Protection
  • 1) Erectors/Dismantlers
  • 2) Users
  • 3) Designers
  • 1) OSHA-Fabricated Frame
  • 2) OSHA-Major Components - braces, tiebacks & guardrail systems
  • 3) OSHA-(Common Causes & Prevention) Fall Protection
  • 4) OSHA-Electrical Hazards
  • 1) Tube and Coupler
  • 2) Inspecting Scaffolding Components: Tubes
  • 3) Tube and Clamp Scaffold
  • 4) Tube and Coupler Scaffolds — Erection and Use
  • 1) OSHA-Mobile (Manually or Propelled)
  • 2) Narrow Frame Scaffolds
  • 3) Riding of Mobile Scaffolds
  • 4) How to Build a Scaffolding Tower - a Step by Step Tutorial
  • 5) Louisville Ladder - C.L.I.M.B. Academy - Scaffold Safety
  • 6) Safety Moment "Scaffold Casters"
  • 1) OSHA-Ladder Jack
  • 2) OSHA-Mast Climbers
  • 3) OSHA-Pole or Wood Pole
  • 4) OSHA-Pump Jack
  • 5) OSHA-Specialty and Other Scaffolds
  • 1) Subpart E : Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
  • 2) Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment
  • 3) Subpart M : Fall Prevention
  • 4) Subpart L: Scaffolds
  • 5) PPE (Construction)- PA OSHA Consultation Focal Points Series
  • 6) Fall Prevention/Protection- PA OSHA Consultation Focal Point Series
  • 7) Scaffolds- PA OSHA Consultation Focal Points Series
  • 8) Scaffold
  • 1) When Using a Scaffold
  • 2) Toolbox Talk: Staying Safe on Scaffolding
  • 3) TOOLBOX TALK: STAYING SAFE ON SCAFFOLDS
  • 4) Using Scaffolding Correctly - Apartment Construction Demonstration
  • 5) Basic Look at Scaffolds for Compliance Officers
  • 6) Toolbox Talk: Supported Scaffold Safety
  • 7) Toolbox Talk: Scaffold Inspections and Green Tag
  • 8) Scaffold Safety
  • 9) Safe Use of Scaffold
  • 1) Measurements for Assessing Fall Hazards and Controls
  • 2) Calculating Fall Distance
  • 3) Fall Distance Educator
  • 4) Fall Protection Fact Sheet
  • 5) The University of Texas at Austin Fall Protection Plan
  • 6) Free Fall Distance
  • 7) FALL DISTANCE CALCULATING
  • 8) Free Fall Distance
  • 9) What is the Impact Force?
  • 1) Donning a Fall Protection Harness
  • 2) Selection, Fit Test of Harness
  • 3) Inspection Procedures Harness
  • 4) Fall Restraint vs. Fall Arrest in Construction
  • 5) ABCs of Active Fall Protection | Anchor, Body Harness, Connector
  • 6) Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs), Fall Arrest, Positioning Devices, Safety Nets | Fall Protection
  • 1) What are the requirements for access to scaffolds?
  • 2) What types of access can be used?
  • 3) What are the access requirements for employees erecting and dismantling supported scaffolds?
  • 4) Proper Access
  • 5) Provide a Ladder, Ramp or Direct Access
  • 6) 1926.451(e) Access
  • 7) OSHA-Access Requirements
  • 1) Erecting & Dismantling Scaffolds Is Fall Protection Required?
  • 2) CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY EXHIBIT SCAFFOLDING
  • 3) Safety Moment "Scaffold Erection"
  • 4) Scaffolding Erecting Dismantling and Access
  • 5) Tube and Coupler Scaffolds — Planning and Design
  • 1) Importance of Baseplates
  • 2) Scaffold Base Plates & Sills Preview
  • 3) Screw Jack
  • 4) OSHA-Support Structure
  • 1) What are scaffold platform construction requirements?
  • 2) What are the requirements for scaffold planking?
  • 3) What is the maximum deflection of a platform?
  • 4) What are the requirements for work on platforms cluttered with debris?
  • 5) How wide does the work area need to be on scaffolding?
  • 6) Are guardrails required on all open sides of scaffolding?
  • 7) What materials are unacceptable for guardrails?
  • 8) OSHA-Scaffold Platform Construction
  • 1) OSHA-What are the capacity requirements for all scaffolds?
  • 2) What are the capacity requirements for all scaffolds?
  • 3) FRAME CAPACITIES
  • 4) Technical Manual
  • 5) 1926.451(a) Capacity
  • 1) What are the fall protection requirements for all scaffolds?
  • 2) What is fall protection?
  • 3) How will I know what kind of fall protection to provide for a specific-type of scaffold?
  • 4) When can personal fall-arrest systems be used when working on scaffolding and aerial lifts?
  • 5) When are both fall-arrest and guardrail systems required?
  • 6) OSHA-Fall Protection Requirements
  • 1) Falling Object Protection
  • 2) OSHA-Falling Object Protection
  • 3) Scaffolds: Falling Object Protection (Construction)
  • 4) Scaffolding Falling Object Protection Preview
  • 5) Falling Object Protection | Tool Lanyards, Safety Nets, Fall Protection,
  • 1) Guidelines for Guying and Tying of Scaffolds
  • 2) Importance of Bracing
  • 3) Guidelines for Guying and Tying of Scaffolds Preview
  • 1) Baker Scaffold Assembly
  • 1) SUPPORTED SCAFFOLD INSPECTION
  • 2) SCAFFOLD : COMPONENT TERMINOLOGY
  • 3) Safety Moment| Scaffold Walk Board Inspection |OSHA
  • 4) Safety Moment | Scaffolding Inspections
  • 5) Scaffolding Inspections
  • 6) Small Scaffolding Maintenance Machine
  • 7) Visible Inspection of Scaffolding
  • 1) Scaffold Erecting and Dismantling Procedure
  • 2) OSHA Violation: Harnesses not Tied Off During Scaffold Erection
  • 3) RECOMMENDED SCAFFOLDING ERECTION PROCEDURE
  • 4) Safe Scaffold Assembly
  • 5) Tube & Clamp Scaffold Erection Training
  • 1) Putlogs
  • 2) Putlogs
  • 3) PUTLOG SCAFFOLDING
  • 4) PUTLOG SCAFFOLDING 2D
  • 1) Erector / Dismantler Checklist:
  • 2) Erecting and Dismantling Inspection
  • 1) OSHA Regulations for Scaffolding
  • 2) 1926.450 SUBPART L SCAFFOLDS
  • 3) Scaffold Compliance Training
  • 1) Fall Protection, Accident Prevention & General Safety
  • 2) Fall Protection Anchors for Construction
  • 3) Scaffold Fall Protection
  • 4) Accident and Illness Prevention Program (AIPP)
  • 5) Scaffolding Hazards
  • 1) Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans
  • 2) Emergency Planning
  • 3) An Introduction to Emergency Preparedness
  • 4) Emergency Action Plan Training

Why Choose PDH Safety's Supported Scaffold Training


- Professional Training

Our curriculum is created by seasoned experts in building safety.  It is applicable to real-world situations and provides practical guidance.

- Engaging Education

To reinforce important concepts, the program uses a range of entertaining forms, such as interactive quizzes, clear illustrations, and video lectures.

- Adaptable Training Programs

To suit your unique requirements and interests, select between easy online delivery and instructor-led classroom sessions. Both choices satisfy the NYC DOB and OSHA training requirements.

Supported Scaffold Supervisor Training Covers

- Analysis of the Scaffold Competent Person and Fall Protection positions and the significance of comprehensive fall protection strategies.

- Learn the correct vocabulary for effective communication as well as a thorough grasp of the numerous parts that comprise a supported scaffold.

- Learn how to do in-depth scaffold inspections, spot any risks, and verify the scaffold's structural integrity.

- Discover the best ways to minimize danger during the installation, usage, and disassembly of supported scaffolds.

- In the case of an emergency on the job site, be ready to act quickly and efficiently while using the right rescue tactics.

The Scaffold Supervisor Training from PDH Safety is an investment in both the success of your projects and the safety of your employees. 

You can make your workplace safer and more productive by providing your supervisors with the information and abilities they need.


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Price: $24.99 $39.99

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 31
  • Duration : 8 Hours
  • Certificate : Yes
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
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