LIUNA Training and Education Fund | Evaluated Learning Experience
Scaffold Builder Technology II SCAF.T2
LIUNA Pomfret, CT, and other LIUNA approved training centers
April 2011 – Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: list two advantages of non-powered adjustable masonry scaffolding; list three ways that non-powered adjustable masonry scaffolding can increase worksite production; explain how each of the following items is used on non-powered adjustable masonry scaffolding: base towers, extension towers, elevating carriage, winch assembly, work platform, and cross braces; list the OSHA requirements for tying the scaffold into a wall; given the proper tools and equipment, demonstrate how to erect non-powered adjustable masonry scaffolding according to the guidelines in this module; demonstrate how to properly and safely dismantle the non-powered adjustable masonry scaffolding according to the guidelines in this module; list at least five types of job sites that may use powered mast-climbing scaffold; list five companies that manufacture powered mast-climbing scaffold in North America; explain how each of the scaffold components is used on powered mast-climbing scaffolding; list at least two reasons for having a firm foundation for a powered mast-climbing scaffold unit; given the proper tools and equipment, demonstrate the steps for erecting powered scaffold according to the guidelines in this module and the manufacturer’s operating manual; and demonstrate how to safely dismantle powered mast-climbing scaffold according to the guidelines in this module and the manufacturer’s operating manual.
Major topics are designed to address the needs of CCLs who are responsible for building scaffolding on the jobsite or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding. Created to meet the training requirements of 29 CFR Part 1926.454, the comprehensive program includes non-powered adjustable scaffold and powered mast-climbing scaffolding.
In the associate/certificate degree category, 2 semester hours in Construction Technology (4/16).