SASC’s services are for any person or company requiring health and safety advice and services in connection with construction or maintenance projects. We are particularly tailored to the scaffolding and access sectors or those that may use access equipment on a regular or occasional basis. SASC has been set up in direct response to the growing requirement for adherence to standards and compliance, current health and safety legislation, industry guidance and best practises in the construction industry.
Based on the Isle of Wight, managing director Tony Dean has 36 years personal experience in the scaffolding industry. During this time, he has worked all over the UK, running projects with values up to £750k for companies such as McAlpine, Costain, Balfour Beatty, Try and Kier. These included specialist falsework for the construction of motorway bridges and shoring and propping works at London’s Royal Opera House and other high-profile projects.
You may be aware that the Principal Contractor or Site Supervisor, who have control over the various phases and trades involved in a construction project, take on various responsibilities for the safety and welfare of all persons on site. Health, safety and welfare must, by law be properly planned managed and monitored, SASC can assist you in implementing adequate safety management.
SASC can ensure your compliance and adherence to British and European Standards through their comprehensive knowledge and experience in the industry. As information members, we have access to documentation and advice from the National Access & Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) This will help your business to uphold best practise and in turn, satisfy your clients with your commitment to health and safety in the workplace.
SASC’s consultants will provide expert advice and professional services for your access and construction requirements and can offer all the resources listed on our website as well as others tailored to your needs.
For more information or to arrange a visit from a consultant, please contact us using the form on this website or by calling: 01983 613666 or 07483 153175.