Future Events


London Work at Height Seminar

The London Work at Height Seminar provides an opportunity for industry to collaborate in the interests of safety awareness, best practice and knowledge sharing, and to demonstrate a variety of Work at Height methodologies and industry innovations. The event is largely aimed at Local Government Authorities, Procurement Professionals, Health & Safety Professionals, Building & Facilities Managers and all other professionals who have an interest in Working at Height within the City of London and beyond. 

This year the London Work at Height Seminar is delighted to welcome Glasgow Central MP, Alison Thewliss, who will present on the ‘All Party Parliamentary Group on Working At Height’ and Prof Rhona Flin PhD, FBPsS, FRSE, FRAeS, FRCSEd who will present on her specialist subject, Human Factors.

The Access Industry Forum (AIF) is the forum for the principal trade associations and federations involved in work at height. Each organisation represents a different sector of the access industry and fosters and supports codes of good practice, equipment standards, training, education and knowledge.

Member representatives of the forum will be on hand to share their knowledge and expertise in their respective fields.  Attendees will be invited to put forward questions to this collective of experts before the event.

We take this opportunity to thank the City of London Corporation for supporting this event.

We look forward to seeing you there!


AIF at the Safety in Construction Show, 18 July 2018,

Derby Roundhouse

The Forum is delighted to be participating in the inaugural Safety in Construction Show. Height safety is a major issue in the construction industry and the Forum will be explaining the role of standards, guidance and training in helping to reduce the number of deaths and injuries resulting from falls from height each year.

Held at the iconic Derby Roundhouse, the show is the first UK event designed to showcase safety products, services and best practice in the construction and civils workplace. It brings together providers of safety products, services and training with key managers and executives who hold primary responsibility for safety from across the construction and civils sectors.

Featuring a series of presentations from thought leaders from across industry – including the Access Industry Forum – the show promises to be an important event for anyone with a professional interest in, and responsibility for, the practice and technology of managing safe working environments. For more information, and to register, visit www.safetyinconstructionshow.com


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