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NASC announce support for its members as CPD approaches

The National Access and Scaffolding Confederation have set aside £30,000 to help members needing to meet the CISRS CPD scaffolders requirements by 1st July. This initial funding will enable them to make a payment of £125 to NASC member companies, who support their employees through this process. These monies will help subsidise training costs for 240 operatives in the...

The NASC slash the cost of TG20:13 Guidance

NASC TG20:13

The NASC have announced a 50% price reduction for it's popular TG20:13 guidance and eGuide. Originally launched in April 2014 TG20:13 Good Practice Guidance for Tube and Fitting has according to NASC been widely adopted throughout the UK scaffolding industry and the wider construction sector in the UK and increasingly abroad. The NASC have now announced a review of the existing TG20:13...

NASC appoints new in-house Marketing Manager

NASC Simon Robinson

The NASC has bolstered their team and strengthened its communications capabilities through the appointment of a new in-house marketing manager. New Marketing Manager, Simon Robinson brings a wealth of construction marketing and copywriting expertise to the NASC team, the 34-year-old has previously held various marketing agency and news desk positions in his career. The confederation says their new Marketing Manager will...

NASC Health & Safety Awards winners revealed

NASC Health & Safety Awards 2017

TV star of the Apprentice and new NASC President hand out highly-prized Health & Safety Awards at AGM. TV star of the BBC show the Apprentice, football director and business woman Karren Brady CBE, and newly appointed NASC President Des Moore presented the safety awards. Attendees to the NASC AGM held at the Intercontinental Park Lane, London on Friday 24...

New President Elected at NASC AGM

The new NASC President Des Moore

Trad Group CEO becomes the new president of the NASC. Over 160 NASC members, guests, confederation staff and members of the construction press that included ScaffMag, saw Des Moore become the new president of the NASC. The ceremony took place at a packed AGM held at the impressive Intercontinental London Park Lane Hotel on Friday 24 November 2017. Des Moore takes...

Project of The Year Awarded To Interlink Scaffolding

Interlink Scaffolding Ltd wins the NASC Project of the Year 2017. A set of intricately designed tube and fitting access scaffolds erected by Interlink Scaffolding Ltd (ISL) has won this years NASC Project of the Year 2017. The scaffolds played a vital role in the construction of the New Wear Crossing at Sunderland for Victor Buyck Steel Construction NV. ISL was...

Head for Heights Looking to Solve Scaffolding’s Mental Health Problem

Mental Health

In a bid to tackle the stigma surrounding mental health in the scaffolding industry, the National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) has announced the unveiling of the Head for Heights campaign, which it hopes will assist sufferers of mental health issues in having more confidence to discuss their problems. With mental illness such as depression and anxiety becoming more...

NASC’S Scaffolding Safety Report reveals on-site accidents fell to record low

nasc 2018 safety report

The number of accidents and injuries recorded by NASC members fell to an all-time low in 2017, with just 89 incidences occurring on-site throughout the year. The figure was revealed in the NASC 2018 Safety Report, which documents and analyses accident and injury statistics for its full contracting members – representing more than 16,000 scaffolding operatives across the UK...

NASC Announces Special Guest Speakers for AGM

Baroness Karren Brady & Dr Mohed Altrad added to speaker lineup at NASC AGM & Ball. The trade association for the scaffolding industry the NASC, has announced two special guest speakers at the Annual General Meeting and Ball this year. Baroness Karren Brady, CBE is a well-known business woman, and now TV personality and columnist. Having built her career in the...

The Scaffolding Association Opens it’s Doors for Membership

The Scaffolding Association is a not-for profit organisation which has been founded to improve the understanding, safety and standards of scaffolding across the construction industry, and will be opening its doors for membership today (9th of August 2013). Membership is open to all companies within the scaffolding industry. The initial level of membership available will be Associate Membership. There are...

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