The NASC’s contractual guidance offering has been updated and expanded, with one amended title and two new ones.
Construction giant Multiplex has become the latest main contractor to sign the NASC’s Safe Scaffolding Charter.
The NASC has gone behind bars in recent weeks as part of wider efforts to bring more recruits into the scaffolding industry.
The NASC has created a £30,000 funding pot to help members cover the cost of undertaking mental health first aid training.
The NASC has strengthened its executive team through the appointment of Dennis Braithwaite as new Technical Advisor.
What is the impact of BS EN 131 part 1 2015 +A1 2019 on the scaffolding industry?
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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The NASC has further strengthened its connection with the military by signing the Armed Forces Covenant.
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