PASMA on HSE fatalities report

Like many other organisations in the work at height sector, PASMA, the international not-for-profit authority for the mobile access tower industry, welcomed the reduction in the number of fall from height related fatalities for 2016/17 as recently reported by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). However, at 25 for the year compared with 37 for 2015/16 …

2016 Annual Review Now Available

PASMA has released the 2016 version of its Annual Review. The Review contains an extensive look into the past year of the Association, including reports from key people within PASMA; highlights of the Assocation’s recent achievements; an insight into PASMA’s progress overseas; and a report on its marketing and public relations activities. …

PASMA dismayed at demolition worker’s fall from tower

As the trade body for mobile access towers, PASMA has expressed serious concern that yet again a preventable accident has caused injury – this time to a demolition worker – who fell from a tower.   As originally reported in a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) press release dated 1 December 2015, DSR Demolition Limited was fined £5,000 …