Scaffold Training Institute
311 East Walker, League City, Texas 77573
Voice: 281-332-1613 Fax: 281-316-2030

The Scaffold Training Institute is a worldwide leader in providing scaffold training programs.  Scaffold Training Institute programs have been used to train over 250,000 workers around the world since 1991, making it perhaps the number one source of scaffold training materials worldwide.  STI provides both direct training by our instructors, and Train The Trainer programs to certify attendees to conduct training using STI materials.  Train The Trainers are authorized to conduct scaffold training when using and following the STI protocol. STI's director, John Palmer, CSP,  has conducted scaffold training around the world including China, India, Philippines, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Yemen, Africa, the Caribbean nations, Mexico, and throughout the US.  Continue scrolling down the page for information on Train The Trainer Courses, Dates, Registration Form, Directions, On Site Information, Pictures, & More.   

Or please click here to email  the Scaffold Training Institute.

For Courses, Schedule, Registration Forms, Directions, Maps, Hotels,

Frequently Asked Questions, and Pictures, continue Scrolling Down the Page

 
 
 
 
 
 

                                           Schedule of Courses and Pricing 2013, (conducted in Houston or at your location worldwide)
 

1. Five Day (40 hour) Trainer Course. This is our premier course and includes the STI TRAINER certificate and trainer materials including DVD's, PDF slide presentation, Instructor Guide, and 340 page manual. Upon completion, the attendee is authorized to conduct training per STI protocols and issue certificates. It consists of five daily modules. Price $1250.00
Module One is basic Competent Person training including overview of the 25 types of scaffolds in the OSHA regulations, and coverage of the OSHA requirements. It also covers recommended assembly procedures. It is primarily classroom with walk by discussion of actual scaffold displays. The course agenda follows the manual including step by step assembly instructions and inspection checklists.
Module Two consists of practical hands-on erection and dismantling of several types of basic frame, tube & coupler, and "system" scaffolds.
Module Three covers scaffold design & loading, including how to determine what size scaffold is needed, how to do scaffold drawings, how to calculate the scaffold material required, and how to calculate the weights on the scaffold planks, bearers, couplers, and posts (leg load). It also covers typical manufacturers allowable loading.
Module Four covers powered suspended scaffolds. Topics included are single and two point suspended scaffold (e.g. Spider, swing stage, etc.), rigging equipment, counterweight formula, and related topics. Course includes PDF copies of several different manufacturers' brochures, and hands-on training.
Module Five is advanced hands on including assembly of underhung (hanging) tube & coupler, cantilevering (knee out), frame scaffolds with putlog trusses and stairways.


2. Four Day Trainer Course.  This course is the same as the Five Day Trainer course without the fifth day (Module Five, Advanced Hands on).  If the attendee will not be teaching Module Five topics such as assembly of underhung (hanging) scaffolds, cantilevers, trusses,  and stairways, then this course could be a good fit. Price: $1000.00
 

3. Three Day Trainer Course.  This is our most basic Trainer course and covers Modules One, Two, and Three.  It does not include Modules Four or Five.  The course includes the STI Trainer certificate and trainer materials including DVD's, PDF Slide Presentation, and Instructor Guide, and 340 page manual. Materials available in English or Spanish. Price: $750.00. The course consists of three one day modules.
Module One is basic Competent Person training including overview of the 25 types of scaffolds in the OSHA regulations, and coverage of the OSHA requirements. It also covers recommended assembly procedures. It is primarily classroom with walk by discussion of actual scaffold displays. The course agenda follows the manual including step by step assembly instructions and inspection checklists. This first module is excellent for Competent Inspectors. It is the prerequisite for all other modules.
Module Two consists of practical hands-on erection and dismantling of several types of of frame, tube & coupler, and "system" scaffolds.
Module Three covers scaffold design & loading, including how to determine what size scaffold is needed, how to do scaffold drawings, how to calculate the scaffold material required, and how to calculate the weights on the scaffold planks, bearers, couplers, and posts (leg load). It also covers typical manufacturers allowable loading. This course does not include Module Four powered suspended scaffolds or Module Five advanced hands on.

 If the attendee will not be teaching Module Five topics such as assembly of underhung (hanging) scaffolds, cantilevers, trusses, and stairways, or Module Four topics such as powered suspended scaffolds, then this course could be a good fit.  Price: $750.00

Note for all Trainer courses:  In order to issue STI certificates, the Trainer must attend one of the Trainer courses above, and conduct training in accordance with STI protocol using STI materials.  The competent person manual is currently $40.00, both English and English/Spanish.  The User only manual is $10.00., and the Spanish version is $12 each.

STI recommends the Five Day Trainer Course.  Even more advanced custom training courses up to 80 hours have been conducted and may be arranged at the client's location.  See Item 12 below.


                                                                                   SEPARATE COURSE MODULES (NON TRAINER):
 

4. Module One: Module One is basic Competent Person (Inspection Only) training for frame, tube & coupler, and "system" type scaffolds. Topics include detailed coverage of the OSHA scaffold regulations, as well as recommended assembly procedures. It is primarily classroom with walk by discussion of actual scaffold displays. The price includes a 340 page manual with step by step assembly instructions and inspection checklists. This first module by itself is excellent for Competent Inspectors Only. Module One is the prerequisite for all other modules. Price: $150.00 per person.  
 

5. Module Two: Module two consists of Practical Hands-On Erection and dismantling of several types of basic (one - two level) frame, tube & coupler, and "system" scaffolds.  Pre-requisite: Module One. Recommended for anyone who will be erecting, dismantling, or modifying scaffolds. When this module is conducted on site at the clients location, it may be expanded to multiple days if required. Price: $150.00 per person.  
 

6. Module Three: Module Three covers scaffold Design & Loading, including how to determine what size scaffold is needed, how to do scaffold drawings, how to calculate the scaffold material required, and how to calculate the weights on the scaffold planks, bearers, couplers, and posts (leg loads). It also covers typical manufacturers allowable loading. Pre-requisite: Module One. Price $150.00 per person.
 

7.  Module Four:  Module Four covers powered Suspended Scaffolds. Topics included are single and two point suspended scaffolds (e.g. Spider, swing stage, etc.), rigging equipment, counterweight formula, and related topics. Course includes PDF copies of several different manufacturers' brochures, and hands-on training. Pre-requisite: Module One. Price $250.00 per person.
 

8. Module Five:  Module Five is a day of advanced hands on including assembly of underhung (hanging) tube & coupler, cantilevered (knee outs), and frame scaffolds with putlog trusses and stairways.($150.00)
 

9. Module Six: Module Six is User only training. All scaffold users must be trained in the hazards associated with scaffold use as per 1926.454(a). Course length one half day. ($75) Note: this course does not cover the topics necessary to conduct the workshift inspection.

10. On-Site Training:  All of the above courses may be conducted at your location, anywhere in the world. The above courses can be customized in length and content to fit your site specific needs, for the type and size of scaffold which you use. For example, if the client only needs system scaffold training, the course can be tailored for system scaffold. Or if more than one day of practical hands-on is required, that can be done. STI has been conducting professional scaffold training for over 20 years, including all 50 states, the Caribbean, China, Africa, and the Middle East. Call us for discussion of course customization, pricing, or other questions.
 

11. Spanish Training: Courses may be conducted in Spanish by a bilingual instructor, and using the dual language manual. See schedule below or call for customized course and price. Training materials are available in Spanish.

12.  80 Hour (Two Week) Course:  This course consists of our regular 40 hour course and an additional 40 hours of training on site at the clients location.  The attendees will be erecting actual working scaffolds needed at the client's plant under the supervision of our instructor.

13.  Refresher Training:  Refresher training is recommended every five years.

                                                                    PURCHASING TRAIN THE TRAINER PACKAGES:
 

1.  An individual may purchase the materials only for the Trainer course (without taking the course) for $1000.  This includes all Trainer materials for both the Competent Person and the User only courses (DVD's, CBT's, PDF Slide Presentations, manuals and guides).  However, without attending the course, the individual would not be certified to issue STI certificates.


 

                                                                                CONSULTING SERVICES
Consulting services including safety audits, gap analysis, accident investigation, and others are available. Call to discuss. 

For Director CV:   Scaffold Training Institute - Instructor Qualifications

 

 

SCHEDULE  2014

(Class Times: 8am-5pm)

     
     
   

April 2014

     
Mar 31-Apr 2 Mon-Wed Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
Mar 31-Apr 3 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
Mar 31-Apr 4 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
April 11 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
April 14-16 Mon-Wed Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
April 14-17 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
April 14-18 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
April 25 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
April 26 Saturday *SPANISH: Module 1, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150*
April 28-30 Mon-Wed Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
April 28-May 1 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
April 28- May 2 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
     
   

May 2014

     
May 9 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
May 12-14 Mon-Wed Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
May 12-15 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
May 12-16 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
May 23 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
May 30 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
     
   

June 2014

     
June 2-4 Mon-Wed Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
June 2-5 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
June 2-6 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
June 13 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
June 16-18 Mon-Wed Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
June 16-19 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
June 16-20 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
June 27 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
     
   

July 2014

     
July 11 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
July 14-16 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
July 14-17 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
July 14-18 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
July 25 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
     
   

August 2014

     
August 1 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
August 4-6 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
August 4-7 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
August 4-8 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
August 15 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
August 18-20 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
August 18-21 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
August 18-22 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
August 29 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
     
   

September 2014

     
Sept. 5 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
Sept. 8-10 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
Sept. 8-11 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
Sept. 8-12 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
Sept. 19 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
Sept. 22-24 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
Sept. 22-25 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
Sept. 22-26 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
     
   

October 2014

     
Oct. 3 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
Oct. 6-8 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
Oct. 6-9 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
Oct. 6-10 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
Oct. 17 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
Oct. 20-22 Mon.-Wed. Three Day Trainer Course Modules 1-3 $750
Oct. 20-23 Mon-Thurs Four Day Trainer Course Modules 1-4 $1000
Oct. 20-24 Mon-Friday Five Day Trainer Course, Modules 1-5, (our recommendation) $1250
Oct. 31 Friday Module One, Basic "Competent Person" Inspection (1 day) $150
     
     
 
   
 

     SCAFFOLD TRAINING INSTITUTE         

311 East Walker Street, League City, TX 77573 Tel 281-332-1613

CLASS REGISTRATION FORM (fax to 281-316-2030 or deborah@scaffoldtraining.com)

Note: Payment prior to start of class is required, see below

(All Class Times 8AM-5PM)

DATE OF CLASS ATTENDING: _______________________________________________

COMPANY NAME: _________________________________________________________

BILLING ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________

CITY, STATE, ZIP: __________________________________________________________

PHONE #: ________________________________________________________________

ATTENDEES CELL PHONE #:  _______________________________________________

 

PAYMENT  INFORMATION (Payment in advance expected unless special arrangement are made):

WILL BRING CHECK: __________

CREDIT CARD# & Exp. date. (or call us with CC number) _____________________________

Will call prior to class to request special payment arrangements:___________________

 

Names of Attendees for MODULE ONE "COMPETENT PERSON INSPECTION"
One day: ($150.00 each)

______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________

Names of Attendees for THREE DAY "TRAIN-THE-TRAINER" COURSE:
(Modules 1-3) $750.00 each

_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________

Names of Attendees for FOUR DAY TRAINER COURSE

(Modules 1-4) $1000.00 each

________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________

Names Attendees for FIVE DAY TRAINER COURSE

(Modules 1-5) $1250.00 each

_______________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________

Number of Additional Manuals for Trainers ($40 each): ______________

 

AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:________________________________

 

PLEASE RETURN VIA FAX AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE: 281-316-2030 or to deborah@scaffoldtraining.com

Click Here to Print Registration Form Only:   Scaffold Training Institute - Services and Pricing

 

 

 

 

 

Directions, Hotels, and other information Below

PLEASE DO NOT RELY ON TAXIS/CABS FOR TRANSPORTATION!

DIRECTIONS TO The SCAFFOLD TRAINING INSTITUTE 

(Tel: 281-332-1613 Class Times: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM)

From Hobby & Bush Intercontinental Airport or downtown Houston

(Approx. 1 hour from Bush & approx. 25 minutes from Hobby) 
Go to Highway 45, and head South. League City is approx 20 miles south of downtown. Exit League City (FM 518), turn left (East). 

Go East about 1.2 miles to Highway 3. Turn right (South) two block to next red light which is Walker.  Turn left, (East) proceed two blocks, to 311 E Walker (beside RR tracks).

From Clear Lake area:

Take Hwy 3 South to League City.  Cross FM 518 (Main Street).  Continue two blocks to next red light which is Walker.  Turn left, (East) proceed two blocks, to 311 E Walker (beside RR tracks).

From Laporte/Baytown:

Take Hwy 146 South (Baytown Exit). Continue South to Kemah 

Turn right onto FM 2094 South of Kemah Bridge, continue west until road turns into FM 518. Continue west FM 518 to Park Ave. Turn left at Park Ave. (just before railroad tracks-do not cross tracks.) Go south two blocks on Park Ave to stop sign at Walker. Turn to right across tracks, we are beside the tracks on Walker. 

From I-10 East of Houston (Beaumont, Lake Charles, etc.)

I-10 toward Houston to Beltway 8 (aka Sam Houston Tollway), go south. 

Continue on Beltway 8 South to I-45 South. 

Exit League City (FM 518, turn left (East). Go East about 1.2 miles to Highway 3. Turn right (South) two block to next red light which is Walker Street. Turn left, (East) proceed two blocks, to 311 E Walker (beside RR tracks).

From I-10 West or Hwy 290 West of Houston:

Take I-10 or Hwy 290 to Beltway 8 South (aka Sam Houston Tollway), to Hwy 45 South. Exit League City (FM 518), turn left (East). Go East about 1.2 miles to Highway 3. Turn right (South) two block to next red light which is Walker.  Turn left, (East) proceed two blocks, to 311 E Walker (beside RR tracks).

LOCAL HOTELS:

Boardwalk Inn: 281-334-9880 (see picture below) www.kemah.com, Homewood Suites Hotel: 281-486-7677, Quality Inn: 281-333-3737, Residence Inn: 281-486-2424, Days Inn:  281-332-1001, Hilton on Clear Lake:  281-333-9300

Special Rates:  Super 8-NASA: 281-333-5385, Holiday Inn Express & Suites-Webster/Baybrook: 281-316-9750, Hampton Inn-League City: 281-614-5437, SpringHill Suites by Marriott: 281-332-2999, Holiday Inn-Webster/Clear Lake: 281-335-6272, Hampton Inn-Seabrook/Kemah: 281-532-9200, Holiday Inn-Kemah: 281-334-0003, South Shore Harbour on Clear Lake: 281-334-1000, Staybridge Suites: 281-338-0900

 

 

SCROLL DOWN FOR MAPS & MORE INFORMATION

For more directions & maps, www.mapquest.com

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions
 

What course do we recommend?


The training should be appropriate to the type of scaffolds and scope of work the attendee will be involved in.  The five day course (Modules 1-5) is our recommended course.  For even more training, the 80 hour course includes a week of working with the students at your facility building real scaffolds in your environment for actual use.  For those who need training only in basic frame, tube & coupler, and system scaffolds, the three day course (Modules 1-3) could be a good fit. For those who need an overview of powered suspended scaffolds (Spider baskets swing stage) in addition to basic  frame, tube & coupler, and system scaffolds, the Four Day course is a good fit.
 

What is the minimum to cover the mandatory OSHA training requirements?


That depends upon the scope of work (e.g. inspection, erection, or modification), and the types of scaffolds involved.    The training should be appropriate for the scope of work the attendee will be involved in.  The topics OSHA recommends in 1926.454 and Appendix D for frame, tube & coupler, and system are covered in classroom fashion in module one. This course is the minimum for inspection of scaffolds.  Basic erection is covered in Module Two.  For those building larger scaffolds, the design and loading in Module Three is recommended.  More advanced assembly is covered in Module Five. 

How much "hands-on" training is required by OSHA?  

OSHA does not mandate a specific number of hours. The hands on should be custom tailored for each company according to the employees’ experience, types of scaffolds to be used, and scope of anticipated work. The are 25 different types of scaffolds covered by 1926.452, so the training should be specific to the type used. For example, one employer might have experienced workers who erect only frame scaffolds up to two levels, then call a scaffold company to erect larger scaffolds. The amount of hands on training should reflect that limited scope.  Another employer might use all three types  (frame, tube & clamp, and system) on taller scaffolds. The amount of hands on should then reflect that scope.  Module Two covers basic scaffolds up to two levels high.  Module Five covers more advanced assembly including hanging scaffolds, Knee outs, truss installation and stairway installation.  Our 80 hour course also covers hands on assembly at the customer's location in real applications. Call to discuss.

Can you send an instructor to our site and conduct a custom course for our employees? 

Yes, STI has been conducting training all over the world for over 20 years.  We can provide training pretty much anywhere on planet earth.

What about refresher training?

OSHA does not mandate a specific time period but our recommendation is every five years.



                                                                                      OSHA§ 1926.454 Training Requirements.
This section supplements and clarifies the requirements of § 1926.21(b)(2) as these relate to the hazards of work on scaffolds.
(a) The employer shall have each employee who performs work while on a scaffold trained by a person qualified in the subject matter to recognize the hazards associated with the type of scaffold being used and to understand the procedures to control or minimize those hazards. The training shall include the following areas, as applicable: 
(1) The nature of any electrical hazards, fall hazards and falling object hazards in the work area;
(2) The correct procedures for dealing with electrical hazards and for erecting, maintaining, and disassembling the fall protection systems and falling object protection systems being used;
(3) The proper use of the scaffold, and the proper handling of materials on the scaffold;
(4) The maximum intended load and the load-carrying capacities of the scaffolds used; and
(5) Any other pertinent requirements of this subpart.
(b) The employer shall have each employee who is involved in erecting, disassembling, moving, operating, repairing, maintaining, or inspecting a scaffold trained by a competent person to recognize any hazards associated with the work in question. The training shall include the following topics, as applicable:
(1) The nature of scaffold hazards;
(2) The correct procedures for erecting, disassembling, moving, operating, repairing, inspecting, and maintaining the type of scaffold in question;
(3) The design criteria, maximum intended load-carrying capacity and intended use of the scaffold;
(4) Any other pertinent requirements of this subpart.
(c) When the employer has reason to believe that an employee lacks the skill or understanding needed for safe work involving the erection, use or dismantling of scaffolds, the employer shall retrain each such employee so that the requisite proficiency is regained. Retraining is required in at least the following situations: 
(1) Where changes at the worksite present a hazard about which an employee has not been previously trained; or
(2) Where changes in the types of scaffolds, fall protection, falling object protection, or other equipment present a hazard about which an employee has not been previously trained; or
(3) Where inadequacies in an affected employee’s work involving scaffolds indicate that the employee has not retained the requisite proficiency.

League City, TX Local Area Attractions

http://www.spacecenter.org/about.html

 

http://www.kemahboardwalk.com

www.kemah.com

 

http://www.galveston.org/                                                      www.galveston.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.moodygardens.com  http://www.ballparksofbaseball.com/nl/MinuteMaidPark.htm www.astros.com http://www.hchsa.org/reliant/reliant.html  www.houstontexans.com  www.jsc.nasa.gov  www.kemah.com

                                                                         Below Are Some Class Pictures

June 2010 Trainer Class

 

May 2010 Trainer Class

April 2010 Trainer Class

 

March 2010 Trainer Class

February 2010 Trainer Class

December 2009 Trainer Class

 

October 2009 Trainer Class

August 2009 Trainer Class

June 2009 Trainer Class

May 2009 Class

 

April 2009 Trainer Class

March 2009 Trainer Class

 

Feb 2009 Trainer class

Jan 2009 Trainer Class

 

Dec 2008 Train The Trainer Class

  

The December students below rebuilt the big tube & clamp scaffold after Hurricane Ike had blown it over.

These December students below were just hanging around (Joking).  It is a good experience to feel the suspension in a harness. 

The swing stage allows a gradual lowering until suspension is obtained without impact. 

November 2008 Train The Trainer Class (At Southshore Hotel)

                                                                         

Below: August 2008 Trainer Class

    Below: June 2008 Trainer Class

Below:  Erection of simulated underhung scaffold suspended from I Beams

 

Below: Training At Arctic Ocean, Ocean, Prudhoe Bay, AK Trainer Sept. 2008

Below: Suspended Scaffold Training

John at Brookhaven National Laboratory September 2009

 

 

Below:  John Palmer at Great Wall, Training in China for BP, ConocoPhillips

Below: John Palmer & Class at Burg Dubai Site, Dubai, UAE

Below: John Palmer in Saudi Arabia

Below: John Palmer with scaffold class in India

 

John Palmer with scaffold class in Kuwait at ISCO for KNPC

Below:  John Palmer with scaffold class in Africa for Marathon

Below:  John Palmer with scaffold class in Mexico for Dupont

 

Below: John Palmer with scaffold class for AG&P in The Philippines

Below: John Palmer with scaffold class In Jamaica

Below:   John Palmer on Arctic Ocean

 

Below: John conducting scaffold class at Hydro Plant in Washington

Below: John Palmer conducting training at NASA

Below: John Palmer conducting training in Valdez, AK.

 

 

For questions or comments, please contact Scaffold Training Institute at

mailto:info@scaffoldtraining.com

 

Scaffold Training Institute
311 East Walker
League City, Texas 77573
Voice: 281-332-1613
Fax: 281-316-2030

r