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NASC To Exhibit With AIF At UK’s Largest Health & Safety Event: SHE Expo 2017 at London ExCeL, June 20-22

The NASC will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Safety & Health Expo, June 20-22 at London’s prestigious ExCeL venue on Stand R90 – alongside the Access Industry Forum (AIF).

This will be the fourth consecutive year NASC has exhibited at the UK’s largest health and safety event.

The three day conference and exhibition attracts c14,000 health and safety professionals alongside the media, leading industry associations, manufacturers, distributors, consultants and multiple sector experts under the same roof – covering topics such as working at height, CPD, behavioural safety, risk management, PPE and occupational health products, services and more.

From the AIF stand, NASC Technical Officer, Ken Johnson will be promoting the recently published NASC 2017 Safety Report, 50% discounted TG20:13 ‘Good Practice Guide for Tube & Fitting Scaffolding,’ SG4:15 ‘Preventing Falls in Scaffolding Operations’ and the 80+ other NASC safety and technical guidance notes to delegates at this leading health and safety event.

Expo visitors will also be able to access keynote presentations at the linked IOSH conference by Dame Kelly Holmes, Professor Brian Cox OBE and Simon Weston CBE, and will be treated to 100+ industry speakers, in six theatres over the three days (adding up to 60+ hours of CPD accredited presentations) and more than 300 exhibitors will be taking part, including NASC and AIF on Stand R90.

NASC MD, Robin James said: “NASC is pleased to be working with AIF at this flagship health and safety event –  reaching out to the construction and health and safety sectors who attend en masse. Together, we are hoping to spread the safe work at height message and promote the good work of the NASC, who set the industry standard in scaffolding, access provision and working safely at height.

“The core AIF message of ‘working safely and competently at height using appropriate equipment with personnel professionally trained to industry-recognised standards’ is something NASC whole-heartedly supports and its work as the national trade body for access and scaffolding in the UK is fully focused on achieving that, as we will be informing Expo delegates from the stand.”

Chris Kendall for the AIF said: “We are delighted that NASC will be joining the Forum on stand R90 to help promote this year’s theme of working well at height.”

The Safety & Health Expo is run exclusively with the support of IOSH, RoSPA and is presented by SHP online media, and is one of the largest events of its kind in Europe.

Safety & Health Expo organisers say: “Safety & Health Expo, is organised by UBM EMEA. It is the UK’s leading global health and safety event, providing visitors with CPD accredited presentations, the latest health and safety products and services, valuable networking opportunities and much more. Safety & Health Expo brings together over 13,800 visitors with 300 exhibitors to experience the latest products and expertise in the health and safety industry.”

In order to attend this free event, loaded with trade stands and packed with seminars, interested parties should pre-register for a pass here.

And for details on the NASC’s TG20:13, SG4:15 and the plethora of recently published, industry-accepted Technical Guidance (TG) and Safety Guidance (SG) and the NASC – the national trade body for access and scaffolding in the UK – including how to become an NASC member, please visit or email:

Details of the Access Industry Forum (AIF) and its 11 working at height industry members can be found here.



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