Painting & Insulation
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation was established in 1989 by Mr Nathan Chelladu.
With over thirty years in the industry, It was his vision and wealth of experience in that has managed and ensured the rapid growth of the company.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation employed just ten staff members in 1989 but now employs over two hundred and fifty staff and services in excess of two hundred clients per year.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation is currently a major national supplier in the kwikstage scaffolding systems market and is continually expanding into Africa and other parts of the world.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation
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A word from our clients
Illala Ridge -3000sq Scaffolding installed.
25 Year anniversary of Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation
on the 19th of January 2016.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation 2015
No.6 Bayhead Road
T: 031 2061612/3
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation focus market is refineries, mills, petro-chem plants, maintenance and building projects, ship repairs and other industrial applications.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation is operated and managed by a local well trained and highly motivated workforce. Our scaffolding is erected in accordance with the S.A.N.S 10085 (The South African National Standards for the design, erection, use and inspection of access scaffolding).
We use only high quality scaffolding systems and have the resources to supply any size project. We have professional back up service including design and technical assistance.
We undertake contracts in all parts of South Africa at present and have successfully completed projects in Rustenburg, Brits, Pretoria, Jhb, Dbn, Bloemfontein among other cities and towns. We are in the process of setting up operations in Richards Bay.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation has been assessed by NOSA against the provisions of the NOSA FIVE STAR SYSTEM Occupational Health & Safety Management. Posch Scaffolding is well aware of the risks associated with our field of work.
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Method statements are developed prior to work commencing. These are followed by site specific Risk Assessments and Safe Work Procedures.
Posch Scaffolding Painting & Insulation has been assessed by NOSA against the provisions of the NOSA FIVE STAR SYSTEM Occupational Health & Safety Management. Posch Scaffolding is well aware of the risks associated with our field of work.To protect the client and our employees, we place the utmost emphasis on safety. All work completed complies with standards set out in the O.H.S. ACT 85 OF 1993. A company safety plan in conjunction with a fall protection plan has been developed for our specific work environment.
All scaffolding is erected in accordance with the S.A.N.S 10085 (The South African National Standards for the design, erection, use and inspection of access scaffolding). A quality maintenance system has been implemented and is adhered to in order to ensure the erection of a safe structure every time. All scaffolding inspections are carried out weekly or directly after inclement weather by qualified personnel. All scaffold components are S.A.B.S approved. All work is executed under the strict supervision of trained personnel.
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Complete mobile scaffolding tower which can be moved on any flat surface. Used for minimum height projects.
Cantilever scaffolding freely suspended. Normally used for tight access.
Seating stand Scaffolding built in stages to cater for large scale seating at events.
Stationary scaffolding tower which is unmovable and can be erected up to 60 metres without an engineers drawing.
Suspended scaffolding are platforms suspended by ropes, or other non-rigid means, from an overhead structure.
Event stages erected with scaffolding for concerts, live shows and arena's.
Birdcage scaffold consists of a mass of standards arranged at regular intervals in parallel lines, usually evenly spaced apart.
Independant scaffolding consists of a double row of standards, with each row parallel to the building.
Maintenance scaffolding used for general painting, plumbing and plastering.
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