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Being an NASC ‘Full’ Member provides a number of benefits including access to an unrivalled range of services:

  • Attendance at NASC regional meetings and AGM and circulation of relevant papers
  • Use of NASC member services
  • Opportunity to attend NASC events and NASC Annual Ball
  • Circulation of NASC newsletters, literature and mail shots
  • Opportunity to participate in the work of NASC standing committees
  • One free set of all NASC guidance notes
  • Discount on NASC publication prices
  • Certificate of NASC membership
  • Inclusion of company details in NASC annual yearbook and NASC website
  • Use of NASC logo on company literature and advertisements etc
  • Access to ‘Full’ Members secure area of the NASC website including free downloads of NASC publications.

 

Health and Safety Advice

  • Guidance on preparation of company health and safety policy statements
  • Advice on risk assessment
  • Seminars, publications, meetings
  • Safety advisory services

 

Technical Support and Advice

  • UK and European standards advice
  • Technical advisory services

 

Employment Advice

  • Wage rates and conditions of employment
  • Disciplinary, dismissal and redundancy procedures
  • Regular bulletins with articles and developments in employment law

 

Training Advice

  • Direct links to CISRS for up to date information and CISRS card appeals
  • Funding for Training Opportunities
  • Award schemes

 

Legal Advice

NASC members can obtain initial free legal advice from specialist construction solicitor, based in central London. Legal services provided included advice in key areas such as construction, project financing, property, employment, corporate and commercial law, insurance, commercial litigation, arbitration, mergers and acquisitions, banking and financial services. The team is involved in both contentious and non-contentious construction work, advising all sectors of the construction and engineering industry and in particular specialist subcontractors. Many years’ experience has enabled the team to develop a close understanding of the specialist sector of the construction industry.

Advice can be obtained regarding:

  • Subcontracts
  • Litigation and arbitration disputes
  • Health and safety regulations
  • Collateral warranties
  • Preparation of claims and settlements
  • Urgent legal problems arising on site
  • Main contractor and employer philosophies and tactics

For further information, call the NASC on 0207 822 7400

Other Benefits

  • Sharing of relevant information with affiliated organisations www.saema.org
  • Technical involvement (through BSI)
  • Training – the NASC works closely with ConstructionSkills and manages the Construction Industry Scaffolders Record Scheme (CISRS)
  • Relationships with other construction industry bodies (HSE, Build UK etc)
  • NASC works closely with YELL which provides a designated box in Yellow Pages for NASC members advertising. All adverts are verified with the NASC to ensure that only NASC members may advertise.