Entrepose Echafaudages offers its customers a nationwide erection service. With more than 120 professional erectors located across our branch network, we have the right staff for any project.
1. Site preparation
Site preparation begins with the initial analysis of the user’s requirements and local constraints.
Will the scaffolding be used to store materials?
What is the geometry of the structure requiring scaffolding?
Are there any special constraints (garage access, signs, balconies, etc.)?
How will the ground beneath the scaffolding behave?
Entrepose Echafaudages always prepares erection plans, even though these are only compulsory for heights greater than 24 m, and design briefs. These plans complement the PPSPS (specific health and safety plan), a document that ensures that the risks are properly assessed and that preventive measures are taken. This method guarantees impeccable quality for all of our erection operations.
2. On-site work
The condition of the equipment is always checked prior to delivery to a site.
Our team leader always checks that our equipment is suited to the site before erection commences. Erection is carried out by a team of professionals (1 team leader and 2 erectors).
Staff are equipped with standard personal safety equipment: safety helmet, safety harness, safety footwear, gloves and overalls. Site safety is maintained thanks to our use of a guard rail during both erection and temporary or ongoing use of the equipment. This rail is progressively installed at a given floor-level to protect the level immediately above.
3. Acceptance and ongoing inspection of the scaffolding
Before our scaffolding is supplied, an acceptance procedure is applied to check that the scaffolding meets the requirements, the provisional plan and the regulations (decree dated 1 September 2004).
For structures that will be in place over a long period, a monthly scaffolding inspection of the following points is offered: connections, anchor points and supports.