Scaffold Tag Management
Cloudscaff has a built in digital tagging system, scaffold tag activity, tag status & tag visibility will be displayed on the admin dashboard.
Scaffold tag system color schemes: Green, Yellow, Red.
What is a tagging system for scaffolding?
By tagging equipment, workers can know if scaffolding has been inspected or is safe to use. Scaffolding safety tags are typically used after an inspection of the scaffold. The most common system of tagging involves using red tags for unsafe or incomplete scaffolds, and green tags for scaffolds that are ready for use.
Scaffold Tagging System
Color Schemes: Green, Yellow, Red.
Meaning: Tags will be hung on scaffolds that have been inspected and are safe for use. A green “SAFE FOR USE” tag(s), and should be attached to the scaffold at each access point after the initial inspection is complete. Scaffold green tag
Meaning: “CAUTION” tag(s), will replace all green “Safe Scaffold” tag(s) whenever the scaffold has been modified to meet work requirements, and as a result, could present a hazard to the user. This tag indicates special requirements for safe use. yellow tag NOTE: Use of the “yellow tag” status is not intended to override the green tag system. All efforts should be made to return the scaffold to a “Green Tag” status as soon as possible.
Meaning: “DANGER – UNSAFE FOR USE” tag(s), will be used during erection or dismantling when the scaffold is left unattended and replace all green “Safe for Use ” tag(s) or yellow “Caution / Hazard “ tag(s) in the event a scaffold has been deemed unfit for use.
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