Working at heights is one of the most dangerous occupations in the world. There are a myriad of jobs that require work at elevation: wireless industry technicians, small & large wind technicians, window washers, billboard workers, broadcast technicians, iron workers, construction workers, bridge inspectors, linemen, high tension linemen, rope access technicians, tree surgeons ... the list is endless. In addition, these men and women don't just climb to elevation and come back to ground level. They are often on elevated structures for 8 hours or more per day in every possible element.

Please Help Us Honor the Fallen
While there are many reasons for fatalities across industries, everyone plays a part in workplace safety ... EVERYONE! When a worker passes away executing a job at elevation, the families are left to pick up the pieces. I know because I AM one of those wives. Hubble Foundation was created to honor my late husband, Jonce Hubble, a telecommunications technician. After Jonce's tragic and completely preventable workplace death, I started this foundation to dedicate myself to his memory and to make changes in the telecommunication industry.

Although the cellular technicians have a special place in my heart, the more I learned about the complexities of working at elevation and the number of industries that use elevated workers, we found it important to include not just the cellular telecommunication techs, but ALL workers at heights. I invite you to tour this website and take a look at what we are all about! If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email or a message on the Contact Us page.

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