The NASC Awards 2019 – celebrating scaffolding innovation and excellence – are now open to NASC members.
Entries are being sought across seven categories; Project of the Year and Health & Safety, both split into Large and Small categories, Apprentice of the Year, Innovation of the Year and the NASC President’s Award.
To request the entry forms please email Simon Robinson, NASC Marketing Manager, by clicking here.
There are a multitude of benefits available to members by entering the NASC Awards. These include FREE inclusion in NASC publications and promotion via the NASC website and social media channels – helping your business to reach thousands of potential customers.
All entries will:
- Be considered for publication in the NASC 2020 Yearbook. Member-based editorial content published in the 2020 Yearbook will be drawn entirely from NASC 2019 Awards entries.
- Be considered for inclusion in the NASC 2020 Safety Report (Project of the Year categories)
Shortlisted entries will:
- Receive an NASC 2019 Award finalist logo
- Be promoted on the NASC website and via NASC social media channels
- Be showcased at the 2019 NASC AGM
- Be given the opportunity to purchase tickets to the NASC Ball & Awards
- Receive a trophy and framed certificate
- Receive an NASC 2019 Award winner logo
- Be considered for publication in the NASC Scaffolding: A Professional Guide magazine 2020
- Be featured in winner videos, promoted via the NASC social media channels
Project of the Year – Turnover up to £5 million and Turnover in excess of £5 million
We’re looking for examples of exceptional expertise, workmanship and customer service. Members are encouraged to enter projects that demonstrate the full range of their skills. It doesn’t have to be the most glamorous project as judges are more interested in the technical details, the complexity of the work and any unique challenges members had to overcome. Request the entry form for this category and others.
Health & Safety Award – 1-66 Operatives and 67+ Operatives
This category celebrates the companies that place a particular emphasis on improving health and safety standards through the implementation of activities, processes and initiatives and engagement with operatives. Request the entry form for this category and others.
Innovation of the Year
We’re seeking true innovation and want to see how NASC members continue to raise the bar through developments in new scaffolding materials, processes and products. It is open to all NASC members. Request the entry form for this category and others.
NASC President’s Award
This category celebrates NASC members’ excellence in wider commercial activities. Entries are being sought from members that have focused on mentoring, promoting the role of women in our industry, encouraging more young people and those from diverse backgrounds to enter the industry and increasing provision of mental health and wellbeing support. Request the entry form for this category and others.
Apprentice of the Year
This category recognises future leaders in our industry. It is open to individuals employed by NASC members who are either currently undertaking a formal apprenticeship or have successfully completed the apprenticeship programme since June 2018. Non-technical apprenticeships are also eligible. Request the entry form for this category and others.
The 2019 NASC Annual Ball & Awards will take place at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport on Friday 22 November.
This black tie event will feature fine dining, a range of fantastic after dinner entertainment and of course the Awards ceremony, hosted by a celebrity compère.
Entry to the 2019 NASC Annual Ball & Awards is priced at £145 + VAT per person. An early bird ticket offer of £135 + VAT is available if purchasing tickets before Friday 31 May. To find out how to book your tickets log in to the NASC Member’s Area.
A small number of tickets remain on sale for the 2019 NASC Annual Ball & Awards as more than 600 tickets have been purchased to date. A second phase of tickets will go on sale after the shortlisted companies have been announced in September. All members shortlisted for an award will be able to purchase tickets for this year’s event. To find out how to book your tickets log in to the NASC Member’s Area.
The five-star Celtic Manor Resort, set in 2,000 acres of panoramic parkland in the beautiful Usk Valley, is perhaps best known for being one of the UK’s leading golf clubs.
However, there’s much more on offer on site besides golf. Celtic Manor boasts a range of indoor activity experiences from gin, cocktail, Welsh cake and chocolate making classes, wine tasting sessions and chef’s kitchen cookery courses. For those looking to simply relax, the hotel features exceptional spas and state-of-the-art health clubs. There are also seven restaurants on site to choose from.