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As defined in Australian/NewZealand Standard AS/NZS1576.1 a Scaffold Outrigger is "a component (or components) that increases the effective base dimensions of a scaffold to increase its stability".

Outriggers are attached to the vertical load bearing members of the scaffold structure and are commonly used to increase the stability of freestanding towers scaffolds.
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