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    Saving lives by stopping falls

    Falls from height have remained the leading cause of fatalities representing 27 per cent of all of the deaths at work.

    By Chris Kendall, chair of the Access Industry Forum on 22 August 2019

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    Ten work at height myths debunked

    With an average of 37 worker fatalities every year due to a fall from height, it is imperative that regulations are always followed by people working at height (WAH) and when working in hazardous environments. However, ruling out several myths surrounding WAH is the first step.

    By Ken Diable, HeightSafe Systems on 07 August 2019

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    Reaching new heights

    Falls from height are one of the major causes of deaths in the workplace worldwide. It is therefore imperative to understand the different types of fall protection equipment options that can safely be used.

    By Lloyd McConkey, JSP on 29 August 2019

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    Fall protection cost-cutting: a step too far?

    Any work at height carries risk. Preventing accidents from falls relies on all stakeholders using an informed, joined-up approach to practices and systems.

    By James Sainsbury, MSA Safety on 23 July 2019

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    Safety behind good business

    Regardless of the undeniable improvement of health and safety practice in the UK, still too many cases of deaths and injuries are reported annually.

    By James Hughes, Effective Software on 03 July 2019