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Report Shows 90% of Firms Consider Scaffolding Software a Top Investment

Scaffolding Digital Outlook 2020 report shows that 90% of businesses from around the world say scaffolding management software is a top investment priority. Scaffolding software company Avontus Software in collaboration with ScaffMag, today releases Scaffolding Digital Outlook 2020, a free...

Site closes after scaffolder reports COVID symptoms

A construction site in Dublin has been closed down temporarily after a worker showed symptoms for coronavirus. Workers on a block of luxury homes under...

Worker killed in Isle of Man Scaffolding Fall

An investigation is underway after a man died falling from scaffolding at King William's College on the Isle of Man. A 56-year-old fell from scaffolding...

Urgent Help Needed For Scaffolders Daughter

A family is aiming to raise vital funds after the daughter of a scaffolder is diagnosed with a brain tumour A Kidney problem means scaffolder...

£1.3bn Investment in Construction Confirmed

The government has confirmed details of a £1.3bn investment in the construction industry to deliver 45,000 homes and create 85,000 jobs. Tens of thousands of...

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Report Shows 90% of Firms Consider Scaffolding Software a Top Investment

Scaffolding Digital Outlook 2020 report shows that 90% of businesses from around the world say scaffolding management software is a top investment priority. Scaffolding software company Avontus Software in collaboration with ScaffMag, today releases Scaffolding...
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Site closes after scaffolder reports COVID symptoms

A construction site in Dublin has been closed down temporarily after a worker showed symptoms for coronavirus. Workers on a block of luxury homes under construction in Rathgar Village, South Dublin were turned away after...
Worker killed in Isle of Man Scaffolding Fall At king william's college

Worker killed in Isle of Man Scaffolding Fall

An investigation is underway after a man died falling from scaffolding at King William's College on the Isle of Man. A 56-year-old fell from scaffolding during refurbishment works at King William's College in Castletown at...
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Dutch firm launches magnetic fall protection

A first of its kind magnetic anchor for fall protection has been launched by Dutch firm McNetiq The new magnetic anchor for fall protection when working at height have been developed by Rotterdam-based company McNetiq....
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New Appointment at Connolly Scaffolding

Manchester firm Connolly Scaffolding has appointed Dave Bowring as its Associate Director. Dave Bowring the ex-boss of Bowmac Access services based in Chester will be heading up Connolly Scaffolding's Estimating and Commercial department, the company...

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What is going up, down under?

Since the beginning of time, scaffolding has been used around the world to provide safe access for multiple uses.  We venture ‘down under’ to understand the Australian market landscape to understand who and what is driving the market, Simon Boyes reports. The Australian Scaffolding Industry is on the verge of a technology boom that is going to change the industry forever. Like most other service-based trades around the world, the scaffolding market has been left behind in the technology and manufacturing...

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scaffolding digital outlook report 2020

Report Shows 90% of Firms Consider Scaffolding Software a Top Investment

Scaffolding Digital Outlook 2020 report shows that 90% of businesses from around the world say scaffolding management software is a top investment priority. Scaffolding software company Avontus Software in collaboration with ScaffMag, today releases Scaffolding...
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Site closes after scaffolder reports COVID symptoms

A construction site in Dublin has been closed down temporarily after a worker showed symptoms for coronavirus. Workers on a block of luxury homes under construction in Rathgar Village, South Dublin were turned away after...

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£1.3bn Investment in Construction Confirmed

The government has confirmed details of a £1.3bn investment in the construction industry to deliver 45,000 homes and create 85,000 jobs. Tens of thousands of new homes and other vital infrastructure construction projects were given the green light today. The nearly £1.3 billion of investment...
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Impact Report: Construction Industry Helpline sees a 57% rise in demand

The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity has just published its fourth annual impact report which communicates to the industry, supporters and stakeholders, the impact that the charity is making and how it is helping to...
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Actavo expands Shoring operations into Scotland

Actavo Hire and Sales has announced that it will continue to expand its shoring operations across the UK starting with Glasgow. The company has twenty-three branches in the UK and has established Shoring operations...

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The Importance of Installing and Checking Scaffold Ties

The recent high winds from storm Ciara and Dennis have highlighted the potential damage and destruction that can be caused by improper scaffold installation. Jonathan Craig from Hydrajaws guides us on the importance of installing and checking scaffold ties. Scaffold Ties A scaffold tie is an...

Tomorrow’s Scaffolding Solutions, Today

48.3 is driving the evolution of scaffolding by integrating all aspects of temporary and permanent works design, which results in a much more time-effective, cost-effective and safe solution. 48.3...

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ScaffMag Issue 9

The coronavirus crisis and its impact on our industry features heavily in this issue . A recent ScaffMag Covid-19 survey has revealed that 28% within our industry have been laid off, but why? (see p6). We also look at the longterm impact of the virus on both the scaffolding and construction industries (see p14). Meanwhile, our main features in this issue cover the training and recruitment sectors. Our man Richard Trenchard speaks with Dave Mosley about the ongoing uphill battle of the CISRS card change over (see p33). And we look to the NASC to find out how they are attracting new blood into the industry to tackle the skills shortage (see p36).

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