NASC Expands CG Notes Offering

The NASC’s contractual guidance offering has been updated and expanded, with one amended title and two new ones.

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Multiplex Signs NASC Safe Scaffolding Charter

Construction giant Multiplex has become the latest main contractor to sign the NASC’s Safe Scaffolding Charter.

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NASC Training Officer Goes to Prison

The NASC has gone behind bars in recent weeks as part of wider efforts to bring more recruits into the scaffolding industry.

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NASC Launches New Training Fund

The NASC has created a £30,000 funding pot to help members cover the cost of undertaking mental health first aid training.

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NASC Appoints New Technical Advisor

The NASC has strengthened its executive team through the appointment of Dennis Braithwaite as new Technical Advisor.

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NASC Statement on Ladders

What is the impact of BS EN 131 part 1 2015 +A1 2019 on the scaffolding industry?

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NASC Position on the use of Impact Wrenches

Further to a previous statement made by the NASC in 2012, the confederation has received an increasing number of enquiries regarding its stance on the use of impact wrenches during erection/dismantling and alterations to scaffolding.

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High tensile cold-formed tubes’ TG20 compliance

Click here to download TG20:13 Supplement 1.

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NASC Signs Armed Forces Covenant

The NASC has further strengthened its connection with the military by signing the Armed Forces Covenant.

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