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International Powered Access Federation (IPAF)

News article

04 February 2023 | SHE

Updated guidance aims to reduce risks of entrapment and crushing incidents when using MEWPs

Peter Douglas
13 December 2022 | SHE

Federation backing AIF campaign to retain existing UK Work at Height safety regulations

Catapult effect
08 November 2022 | SHE

MEWP users warned about the risk of ejection from the platform, leading to serious injury and death

06 October 2022 | SHE

Those who log data in the accident reporting portal are now able to access improved dashboard functions

MEWP operator training
23 August 2022 | Education & Training

Operators can now benefit from ISO-certified MEWP training in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

Brian Parker
17 March 2022 | SHE

Federation’s annual Summit hears falls from the platform will be focus of this year’s safety campaign

23 September 2021 | SHE

New membership category aimed at those in health and safety or related supervisory roles

Mark Keily
02 August 2021 | SHE

International Safety Committee created to help globalize standards development and implementation

IPAF Global Safety Report
03 July 2021 | SHE

Global Safety Report 2021 highlights need for more powered access near-miss data from across industry

IPAF Toolbox Talks
26 April 2021 | SHE

Two new short presentations with supporting Andy Access posters covering PFPE when using MEWPs

06 March 2021 | SHE

New digital operator app for MEWP and MCWP users set to be a game-changer for safety and efficiency

Tim Whiteman
10 July 2019 | Plant & Equipment

Tim Whiteman to leave International Powered Access Federation after 15 years at the helm

Tim Whiteman
08 May 2019 | Education & Training

Indian judicial system finds decisively in favour of International Powered Access Federation

Richard Whiting
01 March 2019 | SHE

New reporting system and possible financial penalties for falls from height in UK workplaces

Richard Whiting
09 January 2018 | SHE

New inquiry aims to cut the number of workplace fatalities caused by falls from height