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Carpentry - Scaffolds, Ladders, and Horses
Terms in this set (21)
Horizontal members of a wood scaffold that support scaffold plank.
Diagonal members of a scaffold that prevent the poles from moving or buckling.
Individual who supervises and directs scaffold erection, and who has the authority to take corrective measures to ensure that scaffolding is safe to use.
A type of wood scaffold used when the scaffolding must be kept clear of the wall for the application of materials or for other reasons.
A ladder whose length can be extended by pulling on the rope and raising it to the desired height.
An OSHA requirement when using scaffolding where workers are at heights above 10'; consists of either guardrails or a personal fall protection system.
Rails installed on all open sides and ends of scaffolds that are more than 10' in height.
Metal brackets installed on ladders to hold scaffold planks.
A horizontal member of a wood scaffold that ties the scaffold posts together and supports the bearers; a temporary or permanent supporting member for joists or other members running at right angles.
Scaffold whose components include casters and horizontal diagonal bracing; also called a rolling tower.
Typically a 2 x 10 board approximately 18" to 24" long upon which scaffold baseplates rest.
The vertical members of a scaffold.
A type of scaffold that consists of 4 3 4 poles, a pump jack mechanism, and metal braces for each pole.
A metal bracket used when the pitch of the roof is too steep for carpenters to work on without slipping.
Frameworks for holding material that is being laid out or cut to size.
An elevated, temporary working platform.
A type of wood scaffold used when it can be attached to the wall and does not interfere with the work.
Planks that rest on scaffold bearers with edges close together to form a tight platform.
A folding portable ladder hinged at the top.
Term used to indicate the steepness of a roof; stated as unit rise or unit run, e.g., 6 on 12.
Similar to a sawhorse use to support scaffold plank.
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