A new charity aims to prevent deadly falls from height by encouraging research into the behavioural changes needed to make work at height safer, says Hannah Williams.
The No Falls Foundation is the UK charity dedicated to preventing falls from height and helping people affected by the life-changing consequences of a fall. Supported and championed by the Access Industry Form (AIF), the Foundation has three principal objectives: raising awareness of the risks associated with working at height; researching the causes of falls; and providing advice and support to those affected by a fall.
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