Next Meeting – Monday 12 December 2016
Transformational Health, Safety and Wellbeing at Tideway
A Chartered Member of IOSH, Associate Member of IEMA and with a Masters degree in Health, Safety & Environment, Steve progressed into HS&E management through his career spent in engineering, within the nuclear industry, and also through the manufacturing sector.
With over 20 years’ experience in the development and implementation of effective strategies, policies and systems in engineering and construction environments, Steve has worked for Nuclear Electric, Procter & Gamble, the Engineering Employers’ Federation and Siemens Energy before joining Europe’s largest infrastructure project, Crossrail, in April 2012 as Director of Health & Safety.
Steve joined Tideway at the beginning of June 2016 and is responsible for the successful implementation and application of the RightWay health and safety principles and for encouraging the demonstration of transformational health and safety performance by those delivering the project.
Steve represents Tideway on a number of Health & Safety groups including the Health in Construction Leadership Group, the Construction Client’s Health & Safety Group, London Health & Safety Leads Group and the Transforming Tunnelling Safety Group.
Don’t forget to dress festive – a Christmas jumper, Rudolf onesie or a bit of tinsel!
Drinks afterwards at The Banker – see link above to grab yourself a free drink!
If there are any specifics you would like covered let us know when you email through your attendance. Also if there is other subjects that you would like to raise with the group let us know beforehand so we can plan the time
Time: 14.00 -16.30 (13.30 registration, tea & coffee)
Venue: Walbrook Wharf, 79-83 Upper Thames Street, London, EC4R 3TD.
Tea / Coffee from 13.30am
Meeting starts at 14.00am
See you there!
The LHSG Committee
Details of our last meeting –The role of the Coroner in work related deaths and a brief look at the costs associated with the greater investigatory role of the Coroner and Prevention of Future Death reports – Robert Greenall.