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“As the representative trade body for the UK access and scaffolding sector the NASC is pleased to rekindle its association with the Access Industry Forum. Since its formation in 1945 the NASC has worked closely with its stakeholder partners in.More

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NASC

The Association of Technical Lightning & Access Specialists (ATLAS) has been representing the leading players in the lightning protection and steeplejack industry since 1946. At the forefront of all industry developments, ATLAS is committed to improving working practices, technical excellence.More

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ATLAS

British Safety Industry Federation

The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) is the lead association for the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Directive and is recognised as a Competent Authority by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE). The BSIF has active links with many government departments and.More

BSiF

Edge Protection Federation

The Edge Protection Federation exists to provide the industry with a single, authoritative body to act as a representative voice and ensure that high standards in manufacture, supply and application of edge protection systems are maintained and advanced. With increased.More

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EPF

Fall Arrest Safety Equipment Training

FASET is the international trade association and training body for the safety net rigging and temporary safety systems industry. It represents all the leading manufacturers and installers of temporary safety systems such as safety nets, edge protection, access towers and.More

FASET

International Powered Access Federation

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes the safe and effective use of powered access equipment worldwide. It provides technical advice and information, influences and interprets legislation and standards, and runs safety initiatives and training programmes. It is a not-for-profit.More

IPAF

International Rope Access Trade Association

IRATA International has, for over 20 years, delivered safe working at height by means of its high-grade training and excellent work record. It now has member companies in every continent and, within the UK, works on many of the great.More

IRATA

The Ladder Association

The Ladder Association promotes and champions the ladder as an invaluable piece of workplace equipment and is the only trade body dedicated to providing users with the information and skills they need to use ladders and stepladders safely and productively..More

Ladder Association

Prefabricated Access Supplies and Manufacturers Association

PASMA is the world’s lead trade association for the mobile access tower industry. Representing the interests of manufacturers, suppliers, specifiers and users, it delivers and oversees the industry standard training scheme and is a major publisher of safety-related knowledge, information.More

PASMA

Specialist Access Engineering & Maintenance Association

SAEMA members are recognised experts in the design, installation and maintenance of both temporarily and permanently installed facade access systems that provide safe places of work for tradesmen involved in working at height. Liaising closely with other specialist and standards-setting.More

SAEMA

Work at Height Safety Association

Work at Height Safety Association was incorporated in 2005 by the manufacturers of personal fall protection equipment used for work at height and rescue. WAHSA Members are the unquestionable experts in the field, and provide a benchmark in high standards.More

WAHSA

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