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SG4:10 The Foreword To The New NASC Guidance

In the Foreword to the new NASC guidance SG4:10 Philip White (Head of Construction, HSE) states, "This revision represents a step change in the way...

“Scaffolding Safety Blitz” By HSE Expected For 2011

The NASC anticipate that the HSE will carry out a ‘scaffolding safety blitz’ during 2011 focusing on compliance with SG4:10. Stringent measures are expected to be...

The 2011 NASC Year Book Now Available FREE

This is the definitive directory of regulated scaffolding companies in the UK and a key publication for construction and health and safety professionals to...

Crackdown Launched On Dangerous Scaffolding In Manchester

Health and safety inspectors will be out in force in Manchester on Thursday 25 November in a bid to tackle dangerous scaffolding. Falls from height...

Carlisle worker’s skull crushed in six metre fall

Came Across this old press release today thought it just shows us how dangerous and painful working at hight can be..! HSE Press Release 29...

NASC: Recommended Scaffolding Criteria For Pavement Licences

Following the regular occurrence of unsafe scaffolding on the UK's public highways the NASC (National Access & Scaffolding Confederation) - the national body for...
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