National Access & Scaffolding Confederation
The NASC offers unparalleled membership benefits to scaffolding industry businesses of all types and turnovers.
These include technical and health & safety support, access to a share of £280,000 in NASC training funds and discounts on a range of ancillary products and services provided by NASC Information members.
NASC membership is also regarded by countless principal contractors, local authorities, utility providers and other organisations across the UK as a mark of quality, safety and professionalism.
Consequently, an increasing number of clients are specifying that the scaffolding providers they employ must be NASC members.
The NASC’s eagerly-anticipated eGuide scaffolding compliance software update and expansion – TG20:21 – will be launched on Monday 12th April.
TG20 provides the definitive guidance document for scaffolding constructed with tube and fittings throughout the UK. TG20 comprises 4 elements – the Operational Guide, the Design Guide, the User Guide and the NASC’s innovative, user-friendly and widely-adopted eGuide software.
The launch of TG20:21 is now expected to take place in early April to allow final, thorough testing of the software to be completed.
To mark International Women's Day 2021, we're showcasing some of the women working in the scaffolding industry.
JMA Contract Services made the most of National Apprentice Week by carrying out two Scaffolding Trailblazer end point assessments at CISRS training provider AIS’ facility in North Shields.
We have close connections with major construction organisations such as Build UK, HSE, the Temporary Works Forum, Access Industry Forum and many more
The NASC produces a broad selection of Contractual, Health & Safety, Technical and Product Purchasing guidance notes. The vast majority of these titles are available for FREE download.
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