SUMMARY: A Scaffolders’ duties may vary from site to site, however the main responsibilities of a Scaffolder are to erect temporary work platforms using steel pipes, support braces and clamps with a high standard of workmanship using a variety of tools. Scaffolders work both indoors and outdoors, year-round in commercial and industrial settings.
Must have a minimum of three years' previous Scaffolding experience.
Valid certification from an accredited apprenticeship board.
Must be able to work for 8 hours at a time in an environment where temperatures may reach from 0 to 60° C, both indoors and outdoors in the sun.
Work in an environment in which vibrations and noise are moderate to severe and noise level may require the wearing of hearing protection devices.
Must be able to work in confined spaces for 4-7 hours per day; stand or walk for long periods.
Able to wear a full-face respirator for extended periods.
Climb and maintain balance on ladders and scaffolding at extreme heights.
Stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl.
Lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds often and occasionally up to 100 pounds.
Maintain footing on surfaces which are sometimes slippery.
See well (naturally or with correction) and distinguish colors.
Hear well (naturally or with hearing aid).
Must be able to effectively communicate with other employees and supervision.
Use arms and hands to reach for, handle, and feel objects; and coordinate well the use of hands or fingers and eyes.
Must have reliable transportation to and from the work location.
Must comply with all safety regulations of Brock Canada.
Ensures that work is performed in accordance with Contractor Specifications and/or as directed by the Contractor’s Representative.
Ensures they are following the applicable Contractor’s Safety Procedures, OH&S, Provincial and/or Contractor’s safety requirements.
Assures that the proper materials, tools and equipment is being used for the specified tasks.
Reads specifications, such as blueprints and data, to determine requirements.
Able to install steel pipes, support braces and clamps to form bases for scaffolds.
Able to dismantle scaffold upon job completion.
Can identify the type of scaffolding material to be used for the job (frame, tube & clamp, system).
Able to thoroughly describe scaffolding materials.
Sort and organize material
Able to count and place orders for material
Required to complete safety paperwork such as FLRA’s, Start Cards, etc.
Department: Operations This is a non-management position This is a maintenance position Shift: 7 & 7 Flights: Not Included Accommodations: Camp Start Date: Projected Duration: Ongoing
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