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WAHA recognises that working at height is a high risk operation
and where it cannot be avoided, the highest possible standards must be applied

These stringest standards do not just apply to the design, testing and certification of the manufactured products but equally apply to the competency of those that supply or install the products as well those that train all staff involved in any working at height activity.

Membership of the Association not only requires adherence to the current highest standards but a commitment to continue to work on the development of ongoing improvements.

We take working at height seriously.

News and Events

Latest News
February 19, 2018

WorkSafe Victoria warns employers about working safely at heights

Eleven serious falls from height reported to WorkSafe Victoria prompted a warning that there will be consequences for failure in managing the risk associated with working at heights on construction sites. Since 1 January, a total of 11 serious falls have been reported to WorkSafe. Recently a 19-year-old carpenter was…
Latest News
January 31, 2018

Incident alert – Two workers die inside agriculture tanker

In January 2018, two men were found dead in the bottom of a fibreglass tank on a trailer. The tanker/trailer is a purpose built tri-axle trailer built for the transport of dunder and molasses. It is understood the two men were cleaning the residue in the tanks after unloading the…
Latest News
January 31, 2018


Inside this issue: WAHA Activity News • December Member Meeting • Redevelopment of WAHA Website • WAHA Development “Roadmap” WAHA Feature Articles • AS/NZS1891 Series - Update Status • WAHA Participation in #SAFETYSCAPE • WAHA Launches new Website (more…)