12 - 16 May 2025

About No Falls Foundation

The No Falls Foundation is the first and only UK-based charity devoted exclusively to the work at height sector. The Foundation is dedicated to preventing falls from height and helping people affected by the life-changing consequences of a fall. 

Every year hundreds of thousands of people work at height in a variety of industry sectors. Work at height takes place in every sector from construction, roofing and facilities management, but there are also countless others who work at height on a day-to-day basis – often without realising it – in shops, offices, factories and hospitals.  

What they all have in common is risk. The risk of a fall that might kill them or leave them with serious life-changing injuries with potentially devastating consequences for their families, friends and work colleagues.

The No Falls Foundation, in partnership with stakeholders such as the Access Industry Forum (AIF), other trade associations and professional bodies committed to advancing health and safety, has three distinct objectives:



Research and the exchange and sharing of knowledge and information are a vital part of the Foundation’s work. The charity collaborates with a wide range of organisations with the aim of keeping people safe when working at height.


The Foundation provides information and guidance, support and relief to those in need by reason of ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage following a fall from height or injuries sustained from objects falling from height. 

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