From end of January 2022 it will be necessary to have submitted your NRC renewal application, only if your card has expired on or before this date.
Since March 2020, it has not been essential to renew your NRC card, due to the difficulties people were facing around Covid-19. However, the situation has now been reviewed by PLASA and the NRAG, and as the industry returns to work those riggers whose card has expired from March 2020 onward will need to submit and apply for their renewal by 31 January 2022. Notice has been sent in an email, please read the renewal policies below.
Up until 31 January 2022 please be assured that, while your card may have expired, you will remain an active NRC Rigger. Additionally, if you had given prior agreement, your details will remain on the Qualified Riggers area of our website. Following 31 January 2022, any NRC cards that have expired on or before that date will be removed from the website.
When you do renew, your new card will run from the date of your renewal application. For more information contact email@example.com.
Renewal terms post 30 January 2022
Cards should be renewed a minimum of six weeks before the expiry date displayed on the front of the card, to allow enough time to re-issue and send a new card.
The cost of renewing your NRC card is £99 + VAT, payable online via the form below. Residents outside the UK may incur additional postal charges. A member of the team will contact you following your renewal submission.
Late renewals and lost cards
Candidates wishing to renew after the expiry date of their card will be subject to a late renewal fee and possible re-assessment. Employers should ensure that their employees’ or sub-contractors’ NRC cards are current.