Altrad NSG Limited rejoins NASC

Posted 14 December 2014

Following a recent audit with the NASC (National Access & Scaffolding Confederation), Altrad NSG Limited are very pleased to report that we have passed with flying colours and have been approved to rejoin the Association.

Mike Carr, Managing Director, said, "I would like to personally take this opportunity to thank all of the team that helped, both in the audit and in the preceding days of the audit, for all of their hard work and dedication. Our successful reapplication reflects the hard work and continually high standards of all the staff at Altrad NSG Limited".

Mr Carr continued, "This reapplication has been the subject of a lot of hard work for a lot of people within the Altrad NSG Limited business and has been something that I've been particularly keen to re-secure.  This will allow us even greater opportunities to obtain additional work in the Construction sector and therefore provide additional employment opportunities and job security for those already here". 

The NASC is recognised as the national trade body for access and scaffolding in the UK, producing a wide range of industry guidance for scaffolding contractors, their operatives and their clients.

Members of the NASC are strictly regulated to ensure a continuous high standard of scaffolding practice.

All NASC members are required to abide by a strict code of conduct, which sets trading standards for the industry and which also requires them to provide the highest possible service. Many members of the Confederation offer a full service for larger and more complex structures and all members provide detailed calculations and working drawings, as well as on-site advice. 

Access and Scaffolding is an important part of most contracts. Specifiers and contractors need the quality of service only NASC members can provide. Anything else is an unacceptable compromise. Consequently, many public and private organisations and an increasing number of local authorities are now specifying that the scaffolding contractors they employ must be members of the NASC.