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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
December 18, 2017

$150,000 fine after fall leaves worker a paraplegic

A workplace incident in which a maintenance worker fell six metres and was left paraplegic has resulted in a $150,000 fine for the height safety company involved. The company, which pleaded guilty recently in the Wynnum Magistrates Court to breaching s.32 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, installed, maintained…
Media Releases
December 18, 2017

WAHA Launches New Website

The Working at Height Association (WAHA) is pleased to announce the launch of it’s new website, effective from Friday 15th December, 2017. The website platform has been insufficient for some time for the future growing needs of the organisation members and the public at large. The new website has the…
Media Releases
December 18, 2017

WAHA endorses #Safetyscape Workplace Health & Safety Show 2018

The Working at Height Association (WAHA) has recently thrown its support behind the #Safetyscape workplace health & safety show in Melbourne on the 23rd and 24th May, 2018 as a ‘Supporting Association Partner’. The organisation will be in attendance at the event for the primary purpose of raising the awareness…