Mobile Scaffold Tower - 3T and AGR

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Description

Whats the difference?

  • The Through the Trap (3T) method requires the operative to sit in the trap of the deck to put on the guiderails. 
  • The Advanced Guard Rail (AGR) method places the guiderails in advance of the working platform, where the operative can ascend the tower and straight onto the working platform or deck with the guiderails already in place.


Both methods are compliant of best practice, but some organisations sometimes show a preference to one method over the other.

Mobile Scaffold Tower - 3T Method

This half day course is designed for persons required to carry out work which
involves the erection, dismantling and use of mobile towers to the 3T system.

What will you lear…

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Whats the difference?

  • The Through the Trap (3T) method requires the operative to sit in the trap of the deck to put on the guiderails. 
  • The Advanced Guard Rail (AGR) method places the guiderails in advance of the working platform, where the operative can ascend the tower and straight onto the working platform or deck with the guiderails already in place.


Both methods are compliant of best practice, but some organisations sometimes show a preference to one method over the other.

Mobile Scaffold Tower - 3T Method

This half day course is designed for persons required to carry out work which
involves the erection, dismantling and use of mobile towers to the 3T system.

What will you learn?
On successful completion the student will have increased awareness of the
following:

  • Towers and the Law
  • Erection and dismantling
  • The main risks associated with towers
  • Bad practice
  • Good practice
  • Alternative means of access to mobile towers



2013 course dates 

  • 28 March  2013
  • 23 April  2013
  • 16 May  2013
  • 24 June  2013
  • 17 July  2013
  • 23 August  2013
  • 19 September  2013
  • 31 October  2013
  • 25 November  2013

Course fees

Member -  £80+VAT per delegate             
Non-Member -  £100+VAT per delegate 

Course fees include course materials and certification

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There are no frequently asked questions yet. Send an Email to info@springest.co.uk