Scaffolds are capable of supporting 4x the intended load?
Competent person supervised erection of scaffold?
Casters are proper size and locking mechanism functioning correctly?
Supporting surface is level and solid with no settling?
Scaffold frames plumb and braced?
All brace connections secured?
Diagonal braces or hood planks used to prevent racking?
Platforms on all working levels fully decked?
Each platform at least 18" wide?
Ends of platforms cleated or a minimum of 6" past support?
Wallboards overlap over support with at least 12" of overlap?
Ladders are provided to access scaffold platform?
Guardrails in place where workers could fall 10' or more?
Guardrails in place and can support 200lb?
Top rail is between 38" - 45" with mid rail midway between top rail and platform?
Toe boards, screens or barricades are in place when objects could fall from scaffold platforms?
Scaffolds stacked more than 4x the minimum base width are tied, guyed or braced to prevent tipping.
Scaffold is erected at least 10' from electrical power lines?
Workers are not riding scaffold if height is more than 2x the minimum base width?
Force to move scaffold is within 5' of floor?
Workers are locking scaffold when worker is using in stationary position?
Employees trained before working on scaffold?
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