Two-Point Suspension Scaffolding


Two-Point Suspension Scaffolding

Two-point adjustable suspension scaffolding, also known as “swing-stage” scaffolds, are perhaps the most common type of suspended scaffold. Hung by ropes or cables connected to stirrups at each end of the platform, they play a prominent role in high-rise construction.

Two-Point Suspension ScaffoldingTheir platforms are suspended by ropes, or other non-rigid means, from an overhead structure. Each cable suspension line is considered to be one point.

Safety First

OSHA provides a number of guidelines to assure the safety of workers and bystanders. Here are a few:

For a complete list of scaffolding safety guidelines, visit the official OSHA website on the subject.

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