Void Protection & Pool Void Protection

The Hillsley Scaffolding void protection system turns an upper floor void into a safe working platform.


If you are building multi-story homes, avoid the risk of your any one falling into the stair void, or adopting unsafe work habits. Tradesman can work on or above the void safety with peace of mind, eliminating and injuries. Hillsley Scaffolding void protection system is structurally engineered and customer build for every project to ensure that no matter what shape and size, we can fill the void. Void Protection can also completely cover pools whilst your new home is under constructions.Specifications
  • Platform Lengths: From 0.9m to 2.4m
  • Strut Max. Unsupported span: 2.5m
  • Standard Max. Strut Length: 2.4m
  • Safe working load: 225kg between struts

Domestic stair void protection in installed at the earliest point in the construction process, directly after the joists and other load bearing members have been installed and before the upper flooring is laid. This system allows for the installation of gyprock and plaster board without leaving large parch areas.Hillsley Scaffolding Void Protection ensures workers, such as painters, carpenters, electricians and plasterers, are safe when working around unprotected stair voids.

Rated to carry a 225kg Load Limit, Hillsley Scaffolding Void Protection ensures that a person cannot fall from above the void area, as well as into the void area. This stair void system allows the area under the void to remain open and clear of scaffolding and comes with a secure ladder that is locked into place. This is the only 100% correct stair void method of filling the void area and required by Industry safety standards.Hillsley Scaffolding Void Protection solutions can be tailored to suit any domestic, industrial or swimming pool sites.

Other Advantages

  • No compromise on product quality and safety
  • Australian standards compliant

Void Protection ensures workers are safe when working around uprotected stait voids, the Hillsley Scaffolding Void Protection System can cover most void areas, 2.4m the use of floor stands, leaving a working area under the Void clear of scaffolding.This system allows for the installation of gyprock and plasterboard without leaving large patch areas. It has been praised as very ‘construction friendly’ as well as addressing all Workplace Health & Safety risks relating to fall protection and working at heights.


Faster– more than 50% lighter than steel

  • High degree of standardisation and modular components
  • System designed light weight to increase the speed of erection and dismantling

Ease of Use

  • Eliminates the use of loose fittings
  • Gravity fed wedges reduces human error and simplifies erection and dismantling
  • Comprehensive range of accessories
  • Can easily fit to various layout and height and compatible with steel Kwikstage Scaffolding


  • General purpose and inspection light or heavy duty access
  • Perimeter scaffold
  • Birdcage scaffold
  • Roof edge protection
  • Static towers
  • Mobile towers
  • Stairway towers
  • Building across roof
  • Quick erection for short term hire

In Detail

High Loading Capacity

Fast safe working access to most heights for any operation. Our system’s high load capability is suitable for all trades, from masons (high load) to painters (low load).

Adjustable to Suit Site Conditions

Our Void Protection system is an incredibly versatile access solution. Whatever the height or however the sloping ground may be, the infinite adjustment of this system will overcome any problem.

Features & Benefits

No Loose Fittings

Captive connector means reduced losses and increased productivity compared to traditional tube and fitting scaffold.


Our void protection system will allow the user to follow most building profiles by just using the basic components and combining with steel scaffolding for continuous flow of bays.

Quick and Easy to Erect

Ledgers and transoms are fixed to the vertical standards using captive wedge connections, eliminating the need for transverse bracing. All joints are self locating. They have been designed for use by unskilled labour and are light weight, keeping erection times and costs to a minimum. This ensures stringent safety levels can be easily achieved.

Comprehensive Range of Accessories

A wide range of accessories includes handrails, board stagebrackets, staircase towers, providing safe and secure access systems for all your requirements.

Simple to Maintain

All connections are made with steel wedge fixings which are very simple to use leading to a longer product life and minimum maintenance costs.

Maximum Security

All connections are made with steel wedge fixings which are very simple to use leading to a longer product life and minimum maintenance costs.

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The following density requirements apply to the conduct of defined public activities:
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Hillsley Scaffolding is South Australia's leading scaffolding company with depots in Lonsdale South Adelaide, Dry Creek North Adelaide and Moonta on the Yorke Peninsula. Since launching as a scaffold business in 2000, we hire, delivery and assemble all levels of scaffolding for Builders, Trades, Construction Firms and DIY Renovators.


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