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NASC Announces FREE Downloads on all Guidance Titles


The NASC announced today with immediate effect all NASC Health & Safety and Technical guidance titles, other than pocket guides and the TG20 suite of publications, will be available to download free of charge from the NASC website. In a statement, The National Access and Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) say they publish a comprehensive and expanding range of industry guidance titles,...

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...

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...

Scaffolding Apprentices Success In NCC Awards

NASC member scaffolding apprentices from across the UK have been recognised in the recent National Construction College (NCC) Scaffolding Apprenticeship Awards – with over 50% (13 of 24) of the 1st and 2nd year nominees across the whole of the UK. NASC apprentices did particularly well north of the Border at NCC Scotland – with 83% (five from six) of...

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...

NASC 2017 Safety Report Reveals Another Fatality Free Year

The National Access & Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) has reported another fatality-free year in its highly regarded 2017 Safety Report. The document analyses accident and injury statistics for its full contract members in the previous 12 months. Representing more than 17,000 UK scaffolding operatives, constituting a significant percentage of the total British scaffolding workforce, its findings are well respected. The good...

NASC and Scaffolding, Access & Rigging New Zealand In Talks


Graham Burke CEO of Scaffolding, Access & Rigging New Zealand (SARNZ) met representatives of NASC at their London office on the 17th of May. The NASC have reported that the meeting proved to be the perfect opportunity to discuss a number of key issues involving the industry. According to a recent statement, Mr Burke was particularly keen to learn more...


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