What to expect from the suspended scaffold industry’s new training program

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It’s been more than three decades years since the training program for suspended scaffold in the U.S. has been updated. But that’s due to change as the Scaffold & Access Industry Association’s (SAIA) Suspended Scaffold Council finalizes a completely new program, manual and training materials. Industry veteran and SAIA Suspended Scaffold Chair Harold Gidish speaks with SA Editor Lindsey Anderson about what’s to come.

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