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16.06.14

NASC Launches New Information Member Logo

The NASC has launched a brand new logo for the expanding ‘Information Member’ section of its membership, designed to differentiate between information only and full member companies.

The new NASC ‘away strip’ logo is predominantly red, with a blue stripe, and incorporates the words ‘NASC Information Membership’ in white lettering. The logo has been created to serve a growing interest from companies wishing to join the NASC as information members, a group which now exceeds 40 businesses. Scaffold contracting organisations are not eligible for NASC information membership.

Applications are welcomed from trading organisations which fit the description of ‘service providers to the UK access and scaffolding industry’ and are subject to NASC approval. NASC information members include training providers, scaffold designers, health and safety consultants, insurance, and providers of security and contractual expertise.

Robin James, NASC Managing Director, said: “With the growing number of companies applying for information membership status, we felt the time was right to give the group their own bespoke NASC logo, to showcase their membership and to make clear the distinction between full and information members.

“Pick-up and use of the new logo and feedback from the membership has been very positive, and we hope that the new logo will raise awareness of this strand of membership and encourage further applications.”

Use of the new logo is restricted to NASC information members only and the confederation has issued clear guidance regarding use of the logo within corporate literature and company regalia.

To find out more about the NASC or becoming an NASC Information Member or a Full Member company, please visit www.nasc.org.uk or email: enquiries@nasc.org.uk.

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