Welcome to the Association of Technical Lightning & Access Specialists

The Association of Technical Lightning & Access Specialists (ATLAS) has been representing the leading companies in the lightning protection and specialist access at height sectors since 1946.

At the forefront of all industry developments, ATLAS is committed to improving working practices, technical excellence and the skills of the workforce to provide the highest quality service to the industry’s clients.

  • Financial stability and proven track record
  • Recognised technical standards
  • Commitment to health and safety
  • Competent and qualified workforce
  • Access to the latest guidance and information
  • Collaborative working
  • Forum for sharing best practice.
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‘Be Safe, Don’t Fall, Stay Alive’ – No Falls Foundation

The No Falls Foundation is urging workers to 'Be Safe, Don't Fall, Stay Alive' as more workers go back to work as lockdown restrictions ease. The charity has called for people to share their stories of an incident regarding a fall from height, which they will then look to share as a series of case studies on their website for the benefit of others. The charity is also about to publish the first issue of Saving Lives, an occasional e-newsletter for anyone involved – directly or indirectly – in the work at height sector. To sign up visit the No Falls Foundation website. You can read the full press release on the charity's website.

ATLAS Launches 21st Century Steeplejack Campaign

ATLAS is delighted to announce the launch of its 21st Century Steeplejack Campaign. The campaign aims to modernise image of the steeplejack and promote the variety of services they offer to a multitude of industries. Commencing with process engineering plants, the campaign has used Process Engineering Magazine, Process Industry Informer and LinkedIn to deliver its message. Learn more by visiting our web page where you can download the campaign poster and find out how to get involved by spreading the message.

The Health & Safety Event Rescheduled

Due to the escalation of coronavirus (COVID -19), The Health & Safety Event has been rescheduled to Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 April 2021 and will remain at the NEC in Birmingham. ATLAS will be exhibiting at event with the Access Industry Forum. This event is a fantastic networking opportunity and a great way to develop and further your knowledge of health and safety in varying sectors. Register your free place now on The Health & Safety Event website.

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