Why use an NASC member

An increasing number of clients are specifying NASC only companies because they recognise it demonstrates their commitment to high standards and best practice and alos provides them with best values. As part of the application and annual audit process a full contrcting member must meet the following criteria:

Highly trained
All NASC members must have a minimum of 90% of its scaffolding operatives registered with CISRS (Cinstruction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme)

A minimum of 75% of all yard and site operatives must be directly employed as a condition of membership

Our members must have been trading as a limited company for at least two years applying for membership. The company must also be VAT registered

All scaffolding plant and equipment must be clearly identifiable

Memebers mustm complete an annual NASC membership audit, ensuring the highset possible standards are met

All members must hold a minimum of ¬£5 million public liability insurance plus at least ¬£10 million emplyers’ liability cover

All members must provide a satisfactory signed Health and Safety policy statement and provide evidence that they meet current health and safety legislation

Members must abide by the NASC Code of Conduct

Why this matters to you

NASC full contracting members are demonstrably safe, skilled, trained, insured and compliant. If they weren’t they wouldn’t be able to attain or retain NASC membership.

This gives the companies and organisations that employ their services a number of assurances. They can be aure they’re taking on contractors that are professional, reliable, experienced and used to delivering high-quality scaffolding solutions and working with other trades on site without accident or injury.

This all adds up to peace of mind that the NASC contractor you employ is capable, competent and can carry out the job in hand.