Becoming a DROPS Member
The benefits of DROPS membership are that you are invited to participate, contribute and help drive the direction and deliverables of the Campaign. As a member, you can actively participate in the initiative and, importantly, bring your organisation’s influence and concerns to DROPS.
Joining DROPS: Each new member organisation makes an initial contribution of £995.00 GBP. The initial contribution is effectively a joining fee and it includes your first year’s membership subscription. This assists with the processing of the membership and the initial correspondence and communications to transfer latest DROPS resources as digital, adaptable files. (This joining fee no longer includes the DROPS Work Pack and associated printed matter. This is all provided electronically as part of the joining fee, with options to purchase individual printed DROPS publications separately).
Annual Membership Fee: Each year following the first year as a DROPS Member, an annual subscription fee of £495.00 GBP is payable. This revenue, along with proceeds from DROPS Training events and DROPS Product Sales assists with the ongoing management and facilitation of DROPS and the costs of preparing and developing new tools and materials for dropped object prevention. To re-join DROPS following membership cancellation, the full initial contribution fee will apply.
To find out more about becoming a member of DROPS, please fill out the form below or contact our Global DROPS Administration Team:
Global DROPS Administrator
DROPS Campaign Team
BalmoralHUB, Balmoral Business Park
Tel: +44 (0) 1224 289900
Or fill out the form below:
As a user / subscriber you agree to any information we hold or you have entered being stored in a database. Your details will be used solely for communication of DROPS news and information and will not be used for promotional or marketing purposes. While this information will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent, DROPS shall not be held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the data being compromised.