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The revocation of the Working At Height Regulations – Why they need to stay

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This webinar was part of the Webinar Wednesdays series which ran between March-April.

The purpose of the Work At Height Regulations 2005 is to prevent death and injury caused by a fall from height. Statistics show that in 2004 there were 67 workplace fatalities from falls from height, and in 2022 this fell to 29. 

Safety should be everyone’s prerogative, so why are the Government in talks about scrapping the Work at Height regulations? We highlight the laws and why this shouldn’t happen from first-hand experience working within the scaffold and rope access industries. 

When you attend this webinar, you will:  

  • Hear from industry experts with real life experience highlight the importance of Work At Height regulations
  • Walk away with knowing the regulations and the HASWA 1974 
  • How the regulations are included in all training
  • Why Scaffolding MUST have safety regulations to follow
  • Learn about NASC Guidance of TG20:21 and SG4:22

Sponsored by

Lighthouse Safety in partnership with MCL Height Safety & Safety and Access.


Stephen Laws

Stephen, an IOSH Mentor for the South East Division, has been instrumental in the development of a number of initiatives, and drafting policy changes, which had a direct effect and a positive improvement to H&S training and policy. Stephen is currently General Manager for Lighthouse Safety leading the training and compliance divisions.

Jesper Erikson

Jesper, before becoming General Manager of MCL Height Safety was Lead IRATA (Industrial Rope Access Training Association) Trainer highlighting the importance of safe working at height. Prior to this he was working in the industry and first became involved in rope access in the early 1990s whilst performing high rise building window cleaning in South Africa.

Stephen Tampin

Steve has over 30 years experience working in the scaffolding industry, including a position as  Offshore Scaffold Supervisor Safety Coach & Advisor in the Kirkton Drive North Sea. He is now a trainer for Safety & Access specialising in disseminating working at height safety knowledge to scaffolders.

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