The single width scaffolding should be higher than the top of the building or the operating surface by more than 1.5m in the process of erection, and additional enclosures should be added. The air ducts, fasteners, scaffolding boards and connection points of the single width scaffolding on the erected scaffolding shall not be removed at will. When necessary during construction, it must be approved by the person in charge of the construction site and take effective measures. Immediately after the completion of the process, it will be resumed.
Before the use of single width scaffolding, there should be a site manager to organize inspection and acceptance, and it can be used after passing the inspection and filling in the inspection form. During the construction process, professional management, inspection and warranty should be carried out, and settlement observation should be carried out regularly. If abnormalities are found, reinforcement measures should be taken in time. When the scaffolding is removed, the connection with the building should be checked first, and the remaining materials and debris on the scaffold should be cleaned. From top to bottom, the equipment should be disassembled first, then disassembled, and then removed. Uniformly pass down or lift to the ground, clear one step at a time. It is forbidden to use the step-and-step method. It is strictly forbidden to throw it down or use the method of pushing (pulling) to remove it.
When the single width scaffolding is detached, the warning zone should be set up effectively and a special person should be alerted. In case of more than six winds and bad weather, the scaffolding should be stopped. For the foundation requirements, when the foundation is not flat, please use the base foot to achieve balance. The foundation must have the ability to withstand scaffolding and pressure during work. Safety belts must be attached to the staff to build and work at heights. Install a safety net around the work area to prevent heavy objects from falling and injuring others.