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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
November 30, 2017

Questionable insert anchor installations create risk

Insert anchors are being used in a growing range of applications to provide a quick and effective anchorage system. However if they are not installed correctly, their effectiveness and their safety are dramatically compromised. There are many different types of insert anchors, but some of the most common include: mechanical…
Latest News
November 30, 2017

Roof falls lead to significant fines

An inadequate ladder set up resulting in a life-changing fall for a maintenance worker, and an apprentice fall from a roof have led to multiple sizeable fines following recent hearings in the Wynnum and Maroochydore Magistrates Courts. The first defendant company, which installed, maintained and inspected working at height fall…
Latest News
November 22, 2017

SafeWork NSW Announces Construction Sector Compliance Blitz – Focussing on Falls from Heights Risks

Minister for Better Regulation The Hon. Matt Kean today announced a state wide compliance blitz to crackdown on construction businesses that fail to protect workers from the risks associated with working at heights. Over the past five years, the number of falls from heights reported to SafeWork NSW has more than…