For Safe Working at Height Week, the daughter of a fall from height survivor shared with CM the impact the accident had on her life – and her campaign to improve workplace safety.
For Safe Working At Height Week 2023, James Bowles explains how integrating 3D and 4D modelling into the planning and execution of working at height operations significantly mitigates risks.
For Safe Working At Height Week 2023, Chris Wraith from Horizon Platforms on the essential health and safety rules to follow when using powered access platforms.
As part of Safe Working at Height Week 2023, we look at IPAF’s campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of working near power lines.
Over 500 construction professionals dialled in for our Safe Working At Height Week webinar this week. A panel of experts discussed key work at height safety issues and answered questions from the audience.
Gary Walpole sets out steps for the prevention of accidents during roof work at height and warns of a particular emerging safety issue regarding timber battens.
Safe Working at Height Week (7-13 November). It’s a major new initiative bringing together the professionals from across the built environment, trade bodies, and government policy-makers
Falls from the platform, electrocution and platform overturns are the most common type of incidents leading to serious injuries and deaths when using mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) over the past ten years, according to the latest Global Safety Report.