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Guidance has been published to make it easier to communicate the essential messages for safe working at height to designers, clients, managers, supervisors and workers.
By Peter Bennett, Access Industry Forum (AIF) on 01 March 2021
The Scaffolding Association has written to Business Secretary Grant Shapps to express concern that Working at Height regulations (WAHR) could be axed under an overhaul of EU-derived law in the UK.
By Belinda Liversedge on 06 January 2023
Workplace fatalities are back to pre-pandemic levels, says HSE, which has reported that 123 workers were killed in work-related accidents in the last year.
By Belinda Liversedge on 12 July 2022
World-renowned steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge has been fined £1.5m after an electrician fell eight metres to his death from a gantry crane.
By Belinda Liversedge on 11 March 2022
The design standards for mobile access towers have been updated to make them even safer, so you should now select towers that meet the revised standards when buying new ones.
By Don Aers, PASMA on 28 February 2022
From virtual reality training to apps that offer alerts and checklists, technology is playing an increasingly important role in ensuring the safety of work at height.
By Hannah Williams, No Falls Foundation on 24 February 2022
A global incident reporting system for powered access equipment provides crucial insight on the main causes of accidents – and how to avoid them.
By Brian Parker, International Powered Access Federation on 25 February 2022
Almost 30 years ago, I was descending a ladder when my life changed with devastating consequences.
By Jason Anker MBE Anker & Marsh / Proud2bSafe on 24 February 2022
Aluminium scaffold towers can provide safe access to awkward high areas, but it’s essential they are only designed, assembled and dismantled by qualified personnel.
By Don Aers on 16 March 2021
Drones could be used to safely carry out inspections of offshore wind farms, but much larger and more powerful models are needed to cope with the strong winds.
By Robert Garbett, Drone Delivery Group on 12 March 2021