Occupational Health and Safety Management
An experienced professional who has worked in the extractives and nuclear industry since 1980. Brian brings a depth of knowledge in HSE Managements systems, Leadership in Safety, Audit, Incident Investigation and performance management.
Brian’s working environments have included Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Oman, Greece and Central Europe as well as many parts of the UK. He has been responsible for large multi-million-dollar projects reporting to CEO’s , Directors or Project General Manager.
He has managed large teams on complex projects around the world where he has been responsible for both International and National employees. He has worked extensively with local staff via coaching and mentoring to ensure national personnel are given the best opportunities to develop. He has provided guidance on appropriate behaviors and options for performance improvements where necessary.
Brian has a proven track record of delivery in HSE performance involving the selection and assessment of contractors and suppliers through vendor tendering process and subsequent Management of responsible contractors during execution of construction, commissioning and for operations. Delivering duties in relationship to HSSE Audit and Assurance, Performance Monitoring, HSSE Planning, Risk Identification, Standards and Procedural development, Safety Training, HSE engineering enquiries, contract bid queries, planning, incident investigation and reporting.
Brian is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, a Registered Safety Practitioner and as well as hands on experience Brian holds the following qualifications:
- Master’s Degree in HSE Management (MSC Loughborough University)
- Diploma in Environmental Management (NEBOSH – Portsmouth University)
- Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Management (Nottingham Trent University)
- Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety Management (NEBOSH – South Tyneside College)
- HNC Material Engineering (BTEC – South Tyneside College)