A5 size pad with 50 two part duplicate sets per pad Whilst there is no statutory requirement for a scaffold contractor to issue a handover certificate, clients may, in their own interest, require that the scaffold contractor does issue one. Once the scaffold contractor has completed the erection of a scaffold and it has been inspected by a competent person, it is recommended that the scaffold contractor issues a handover certificate to their client. This will advise the client that, at the time of the handover, the scaffold had been built to their specification, had been left in a condition suitable to perform the duty for which it was intended and it complied with the requirements of statutory regulations and any local authority requirements, was structurally sound and in a condition that was safe for use. Handover Certificates should refer to any relevant drawings, intended and actual loadings on scaffolds, permitted working platform loadings and any specific restrictions on its use. It also demonstrates that the client has accepted that the scaffold is fit for purpose and has acknowledged their responsibility to inspect and maintain the scaffold, and to follow any loading limitations and any restrictions for its use etc.