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PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 3:54 pm 
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Can anyone tell me the general tools needed for a handyman on a cscs building site. Thanks


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AFAIK the tool kit depends on the duties you are expected to undertake. Never really heard of a handyman on a building site, though.

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Marckitter, did you get your cscs card that you asked about in November?

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Do you mean a labourer ? strength, obey orders and a pair of steel toe caps - It may help if you speak multiple languages


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Do you mean a labourer ? strength, obey orders and a pair of steel toe caps - It may help if you speak multiple languages

We get "semi-skilleds" these days who have no qualifications but can do some demolition (which is a separate ticket), knocking-outdoor openings, etc. They tend to have a podge, a cordless drill, a saw, tape and a hammer as well as maybe a club hammer and a bolster. That's about it. Any SM worth his salt won't let them undertake skilled trades work, in part because they aren't insurable

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