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scaffold

(skaf′ōld″)
A framework or structural element that holds cells or tissues together.
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He said: "We got a call this morning to St Anne's Close reporting that some scaffolding looked in a dangerous condition.
All the scaffolding currently on the station facade and Head of Steam pub will be removed by June 30.
The boy, who was at work with his dad during the spring half term, was seen shimmying along a narrow plank on the scaffolding as he made his way towards the top of a ladder where his dad was waiting for him.
The company's managing director Colin Taylor set up the network of scaffolding companies to access local work after missing out to businesses across the UK.
A BS EN12811-1 sets out the key standards for good scaffolding practice across Europe and is designed to ensure safe working at height at all times, protecting the health and safety of both workers and the public.
Scaffolding is a temporary structure that is used to support workmen and material in the construction or repair of buildings and other large structures.
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The council is flogging the Clock Tower in Harborne, but since March has forked out over pounds 400,000 for scaffolding from the Adults and Communities budget - the department which is bearing the brunt of the cutbacks.
About 85 metres of scaffolding collapsed into the street, Teesside Magistrates' Court was told.
Ray Seager Scaffolding Services Ltd, which employs 27 people and has a turnover in excess of pounds 1.
Scaffolding is one of many accepted methods of enabling construction workers and equipment to reach heights needed to accomplish the job.
The Department is also instituting a new requirement that companies notify city officials 24-48 hours in advance of erecting scaffolding less than 40 feet high.