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Various Scaffold Types

Subpart L
Scaffolds Used in Construction

The following illustrations are to be used only for identifying the various scaffold types commonly used in the construction industry.

They are not intended as compliances guidelines and do not necessarily reflect the requirements of Subpart L

OSHA Office of Training & Education
Des Plaines, IL
November, 1996

Aerial Platforms; Vehicle-Mounted Aerial Platforms (Scissor Type); Vehicle-mounted Aerial Platform with Telescoping and Rotating Boom

Boatswains Chair; Boatswain Chair (Powered); Boatswain Chair (Manual)

Carpenter's Bracket Scaffold; Guardrail; Midrail; Platform; Toeboard; Bracket

Bricklayer's Square Scaffold; Lateral Brace; Cross Brace

Form Scaffold; Handrail; Hooked Over Form Supports

Horse Scaffold

Chicken Scaffold

Float Scaffold; Support Rope; Structural Member; Deck with Bracing

Interior Hung

Manually Propelled Mobile Scaffold

Ladder Jack Scaffold

Prefabricated Moblie Tower Unit

Mason's Multi Point Suspended Scaffold; Lateral Support; Overhead Protection If Workmen Above; Screen or Canvas; Handrail; Toe Board

Needle Beam Scaffold

Outrigger Scaffold

Plasters Decorators Scaffold; Guardrail; Midrail; Toeboard; Planking

Pump Jack Scaffold

Roofing Brackets

Extension Trestle Ladder Scaffold

Single Point Suspension Scaffold; Power Traction Hoist Work Cage; Single Point Suspension Scaffold Winding Drum Hoist; Power Traction Hoist Work Cage with Extensions

Stone Setters Adjustable Multi Point Suspension Scaffold

Catenary Scaffold

Tube and Coupler Scaffold

Carpenter Bracket

Two Point Suspended Scaffold

Swinging Scaffold

Window Jack Scaffold; Building Structure; Anchor; Window Opening;

Wood Pole Scaffold

Fabricated Frame Scaffold; Side and End Bracket; Putlog Hanger; Side Bracket; Guard Rail; Mid Rail; Guard Rail Post; Toe Board; Mid Rail; Toeboard Adaptor; Cross Braces; Walk-thru Frame; Coupling Pin; Spacer; Base Plate; Screw and Base Plate; End Frame;


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