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No Falls Foundation appoints new trustees

11 May 2021

THE NO Falls Foundation, the charity dedicated to preventing falls from height and helping people affected by the life-changing consequences of a fall, has appointed Clive Johnson and Steffan Groch to its board of trustees.

Clive Johnson is group head of health and safety at Derwent London PLC and currently President of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM). He sits on the Building Safety Committee of the Construction Industry Council and the Executive Committee of the Health in Construction Leadership Group.

Awarded the Freedom of the City of London for his work on health, safety and security, he was most recently asked by the Cabinet Office to be part of their Inclusive Economy Partnership Programme focusing on mental health.

Steffan Groch is a partner and head of regulatory, compliance and investigations at international law firm DWF Solicitors based in Manchester. A leading expert in the health and safety sector, he is a former chair of the Health & Safety Lawyer’s Association, the professional association for solicitors and barristers practicing in areas connected with health and safety.

Steffan was asked to contribute to the House of Commons Justice Select Committee on subjects such as sentencing guidelines, and is commended as ‘Best in UK’ in Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500.

Comments charity manager, Hannah Williams, “We are delighted to welcome both Clive and Steffan to the charity. Their knowledge and breadth of experience in their respective fields will be invaluable to the future work of the Foundation.”

For more details about the work and role of the Foundation - the only UK registered charity dedicated exclusively to the work at height sector - see www.nofallsfoundation.org. The charity also publishes a bi-monthly e-newsletter Saving Lives.