Ashley Martin is the Public Health Project Manager for RoSPA and is responsible for managing the Stand Up Stay Up Falls Prevention Programme, funded by the Department of Health. He also represents RoSPA on the National Falls Prevention Co-ordination Group led by Public Health England. He joined RoSPA in 2009 as project manager for the National Home Safety Equipment Scheme which installed equipment in over 66,000 homes.
Since 2012 Ashley has also managed two carbon monoxide awareness programmes which have distributed over 14,000 carbon monoxide alarms to vulnerable households and has represented RoSPA on a number of bodies working to reduce CO poisoning. Ashley also managed RoSPA’s Safer Homes programme working with local authorities on a variety of public health programmes.
Prior to working at RoSPA, Ashley worked in public health and home safety in a local authority and the NHS for over 22 years, including involvement in the local Falls Prevention Group which had responsible for implementing the falls element of the National Service Framework for Older People. He has a Masters degree in Public Health.