National Access & Scaffolding Confederation
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The purpose of this guidance note is to detail best purchasing practice for EN74-1: 2005 scaffold couplers.
The purpose of this guidance note is to detail best purchasing practice for Aluminium beams.
The purpose of this guidance note is to detail best purchasing practice for EN 12810/11 System Scaffold.
The purpose of this guidance note is to detail best purchasing practice for Prefabricated Structural Transom
Units. If the PST Unit is sourced from an NASC compliant company, as demonstrated by the product assessment
audit report, then no further action is required. If the PST Unit is not sourced from an NASC compliant company the following guidelines should be
The purpose of this guidance is to detail the best purchasing guidance for ancillary scaffolding components that are widely used in the UK, but are not specifically covered by other NASC guidance. 4 pages.
The purpose of this guidance is to detail the best purchasing guidance for ladders required to provide access and egress within scaffolds. As ladders manufactured to BS EN 131-1:2015 + A1:2019 are generally unsuitable for use on scaffolding, this document now provides the required specification for scaffold ladders. 4 pages.
This comprehensive booklet details all aspects of CISRS training qualifications. The processes, and curriculum that a user must complete before obtaining any type of CISRS card for scaffolding. FREE.
An informative A2 poster that clearly explains the scope of work that any individual holding a CISRS card can carry out. Designed to be an ideal aide-memoir to any site the poster provides a simple to follow explanation ensuring that any individual’s card can be verified prior to any scaffolding works commencing.
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