The NASC's direction and strategic decision-making is overseen by a number of elected officials and delivered by an in-house Executive Team. The elected Council and Officers serve for two years and are made up from NASC members.
The NASC has eight standing committees focusing on particular areas of best practice, from health and safety and contractual matters to technical assistance and legislative compliance.
The committees are made up of more than 100 representatives from NASC member companies as well as relevant partner agencies including HSE, Unite the Union and Joint Taxation Committee.
Each committee member gives up their time and expertise for the good of the scaffolding industry – helping to improve working conditions and practices wherever possible – benefiting not only those directly involved in scaffolding but also those who specify scaffolding contractors.
Outputs include the production of health and safety, contractual, technical and product purchasing guidance – which are reviewed and updated as required to ensure they remain up-to-date and fit-for-purpose – and a range of resources, including this Yearbook, aimed at forging closer links with the wider construction industry.
NASC members employ more than 16,000 scaffolding operatives between them.
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