Residential scaffolding

Residential scaffolding inspections is essential for ensuring worker and resident safety and preventing accidents during construction or maintenance activities.

Why TagSafe is important

Residential scaffold inspections are critical for ensuring worker safety and preventing accidents on construction sites.


of all construction site accidents in 2021 were scaffolders. Up 2% on 2020

Scaffolds must be tested and inspected on a regular basis to identify potential problems and avoid accidents that can result in serious injuries or even death.


Statistics from:

In 2021, there were four incidents reported for injuries to third parties. These related to falls from height by materials (2), falls from height by persons (1) and slips and trips on the same level (1).

Residential scaffolding

Scaffold safety
is our utmost priority

TagSafe prioritises scaffold safety because we understand the serious risks that can result from unsafe scaffolding practises. A fall from a scaffold can result in serious injuries or even death, which is why every precaution must be taken to ensure worker safety. We inspect and test scaffolds on a regular basis to ensure that they are in good condition and can support the weight of workers and materials. By emphasising scaffold safety, we hope to create a safe and healthy working environment for all construction and maintenance workers.

What TagSafe reporting does

Use of smart scaffolder to record our inspections

Smart scaffolding solutions

SMART Inspector makes scheduling, conducting, and reporting on scaffold inspections simple and efficient. It has been specifically designed to meet our client and contractor’s needs and meet current legislation.

All inspection reports provide detailed information regarding remedial works required within an appropriate timescale, complete with photographs.

“In recent years the number of fatal injuries to construction workers in the UK has thankfully remained relatively low, yet the rate of fatal injuries in construction is still 4 times higher than the average across all industries. Scaffold inspections are a vital part of keeping workers safe.”

Independent TagSafe scaffold inspection.

TAGSAFE LTD is an independent scaffold inspection service that inspects, records, and reports. Scaffolds are inspected to ensure they are built in accordance with legislation TG20:21.

Under one roof
we offer a variety of services

Scaffold Inspection

Scaffolds can be inspected by TagSafe to ensure they are safe and complying with regulations and industry standards. Checking for proper assembly, stability, and load-bearing capacity is an element of this process.

Load Inspections

TagSafe can perform load inspections to determine a scaffold’s maximum weight capacity. This is necessary to ensure that the scaffold can support the weight of workers and equipment safely.


Scaffolds that have been inspected and tested can be certified by TagSafe, indicating that they meet all relevant safety standards and regulations.

Risk Assessment

TagSafe can conduct a risk assessment of a worksite to identify potential hazards and make recommendations for risk reduction.


In case you
missed anything.

It is essential to have scaffold tested before use to ensure its safety and stability. Inspections assist in identifying any weaknesses or deficiencies in the scaffold structure that may pose a risk to workers, thereby preventing accidents and injuries.

Scaffolds should typically be inspected and tested before use, after any modifications or repairs, and after any significant weather conditions.

Inspections can reveal a variety of scaffold flaws, such as insufficient load capacity, missing or damaged parts, incorrect assembly, poor stability, and insufficient anchoring or tie-off points.

Scaffold inspections can assist employees by checking that the scaffold is safe and sturdy, lowering the risk of accidents and injuries. This can assist improve satisfaction among workers, reduce absence due to accident, and improve jobsite productivity.

It is a legal requirement for scaffold to be examined and tested before use and on a regular basis while in use. Noncompliance with the regulations may result in fines, legal liabilities, and an increased risk of accidents and injuries.

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