Manor Scaffolding prioritise the safety of our customers, our employees and external teams surrounding the project, when erecting, working on or dismantling the scaffold.  We only employ highly trained teams who demonstrate our passion about quality, safety and the environment, we have Health and Safety accreditations namely  NASC AND SSIP.

Manor Scaffolding will maintain a healthy and safety conscious working environment.

All employees will be provided with such equipment, information, training and supervision as is necessary to implement the policy and achieve the stated objective.  All our Scaffolders and Scaffold Labourers hold CISRS Competencies

Manor Scaffolding Limited recognise and accept their duty to protect the health and safety of all visitors to the company, including contractors and temporary workers, as well as any member of the public who might be affected by our operations.

The management of Manor Scaffolding Limited will provide every employee with the training necessary to carry out their tasks safely.

Manor Scaffolding use Risk and Method Statements for all jobs and we monitor the team’s work to ensure that it is all completed according to our predefined risk and method statements.

Our robust quality planning means you can rely that the work we do is carried out exactly as we say, and that our scaffolding is built to safely exceed the required standards.

To be sure our teams deliver against our own benchmarks, our supervisors carry out regular inspections to ensure that the job has been completed correctly and that the scaffolding is safe.

It is the policy of Manor Scaffolding Limited to provide services within an environmentally sound framework.

Manor Scaffolding do not carry out works that would produce any waste materials, we do not utilise any hazardous materials or plant/machinery or tools that would use any lubricants or fuels on site.



Manor Scaffolding use Scafftag a scaffolding tagging system which helps efficiently manage scaffolding inspections.

All scaffolds must be inspected before it’s used for the first time, every 7 days after that, and after snow or strong winds.The Scafftag system with its unique holder and insert system, provide a method of capturing the details of inspections and ensures all are aware of the current status of the structure. Scafftags will  be fitted at all access points (normally ladder access) and clearly indicate to users whether or not the Scaffolding is safe to use.

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