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    As usual the status quo want to run things without being challenged.Surround themselves with yes men, I always thought it was the masses that made the changes,not any more. Spineless suits sitting in offices mocking the men that put them there. Loads of Sep blatters,just what we need.

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    i think phil is getting the SCCR and the NASC mixed up,is it not the NASC who have the WE ARE RIGHT AND EVERYBODY ELSE IS WRONG SO FECK THEM ATTITUDE.
    I personally think that it is a cartel that has monopolised the scaffolding game,and not always for the better.

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    think maybe you got that the wrong way round daftscaff

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    Quote Originally Posted by daftscaff View Post
    i think phil is getting the SCCR and the NASC mixed up,is it not the NASC who have the WE ARE RIGHT AND EVERYBODY ELSE IS WRONG SO FECK THEM ATTITUDE.
    I personally think that it is a cartel that has monopolised the scaffolding game,and not always for the better.
    So if you are talking from an SCCR viewpoint, why would you want to work alongside the NASC?

    And if that is the general attitude directed at them, why would the NASC want anything to do with the SCCR?

    It's all a bit confusing.
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    Bit like the 80s sitcom " SOAP"

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    Quote Originally Posted by philliosmaximus View Post
    Bit like the 80s sitcom " SOAP"
    I don't remember that mate, but I'm still trying to figure out what the hell is supposed to be going on in Total Recall....
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    Quote Originally Posted by phil181 View Post
    I don't remember that mate, but I'm still trying to figure out what the hell is supposed to be going on in Total Recall....
    Let's not mention TRON...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedViking View Post
    Let's not mention TRON...
    Or Inception...
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    pulp fiction,
    Have you ever seen a Mackem punch a horse






    GO THE EXTRA MILE. ITS NEVER CROWDED

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    The NASC have 230 members.

    They have control of CISRS.

    Every scaffolder I have spoken to says that CISRS could be improved.

    Help to get more companies working to best practice not just NASC ones will benefit the whole Industry.

    Put pressure on local government to only use company's who are insured & trained can only benefit the whole Industry pressure on the Cowboys!!.

    If an organisation is going to let competitors audit to allow membership then they have made a rod for there own back.

    If you class slagging to be the above then maybe you are a bit timid for the scaffolding Industry.

    I have been in the scaffolding game for 30 years & the only reason I have got involved with the SCCR is that I do not feel represented by my Industry Body.

    In Cornwall we have nearly 50 scaffolding companies only 4 are NASC, to show off we have 5 SCCR!!

    The same story goes right across the country, all we want is to give a voice to the whole Industry not just those who can afford it.

    If you do not understand or like what we are doing then fine I am very thick skinned & will take all the abuse you want to give me.

    Phil I think you have a problem with one member of the SCCR committee & think you should just contact them direct & stop harping on about it & dragging the rest of us into your feud. We are run by a committee & have to vote on all matters concerning the SCCR & what it does, as I said yesterday the fact that we all have our own opinions is good & they may be shared on the forum as that is what it is there for but you will not find that on the SCCR site.

    Stewart Quinney
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