TG20: 13 COMPLIANCE REPORTS
& 3D DRAWINGS
RJD Scaffolding Limited & Smart Scaffolder can provide you with TG20:13 compliance programs & drawings putting quality assurance at the heart of your business.
Our program provides you with an essential TG20:13 summary report in a detailed printed format, we can issue TG20:13 compliant drawings, 3D models and more.
TG20:13 is a guide to good practice for tube and fitting and system scaffolding published by the National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) and developed by CADS. Typical scaffold projects consist of multiple scaffolds and therefore will require multiple individual Compliance Sheets generated with the NASC Best Practice Guidance.
Supporting your work within TG20:13 and simplifying the design process:
Bringing TG20:13 to life with graphics, summaries and guidance
Creates drawings and load lists that comply with the TG20:13 bracing patterns
Summarise, in a printable and exportable format, which of your project scaffolds are compliant
Identify which of your project scaffolds are not compliant and thus may require design
By automatically checking your scaffold against TG20:13 criteria while you work
By using the TG20:13 tie rules to estimate the number of ties required for a scaffold
By offering suggestions and guidance on how to make your project compliant.
Drawings are valuable to scaffolders and clients alike. Inspectors increasingly demand that scaffolders are provided with drawings which, along with material lists, provide essential guidance for safe and efficient working along with increasing profitability. Drawings can also be used to assist with day to day job planning on larger, long term contracts.
Drawings provide a valuable real-time check for the user that the intended scaffolding has been entered into the software correctly. Drawings can be printed in A4 or A3 sizes or emailed as attachments. Models with ‘split’ elevations are automatically combined into single elevation drawings. This allows for realistic elevations, with changes in height, steps and slopes in the ground level, several bridges, and several gable ends.
Models with multiple scaffolds of the same or different types can be shown on the same plan drawing, allowing you to produce drawings for complicated structures, or to plan the layout for a large site.
This can be exported for you to Microsoft Word or PDF format.
Material lists are a valuable tool on larger, long-term contracts where they can be used to assist with day to day planning or even as a shopping list for buying or hiring equipment, we canproduce a fully itemised material list of all the required scaffolding components (tubes, boards, fittings, ladders and any additional items). Lists include the weights of materials which can be used to plan and price transportation. Material lists can be printed for selected lifts, heights or elevations which is useful where materials are supplied progressively. Alternatively, they can be emailed as attachments. Components can be renamed and you can change the product codes and weights. You can also export the material list to Microsoft Excel to manage your stock.