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AmcoGiffen strengthen Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) team

AmcoGiffen has further strengthened and enhanced its Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) team with the recent appointments of Chris English as SHEQ Director and Alice Sizer as Head of Quality Assurance.

Chris brings with him over thirty years’ experience from several industries and his previous role of Head of Health, Safety and Environmental Services (HSES). He’s led several initiatives such as supply chain HSES benchmarking and improvement frameworks. This helped change performance, improve culture and add value to the business, supply partners and construction industry.

Alice has 20 years’ experience in quality, predominantly in the construction and engineering industries, most recently with rail and specifically on a major alliance project. She is most looking forward to visiting our working sites and getting under-the-skin of the processes and systems that our site operations find challenging.

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Chris will lead AmcoGiffen on its journey to achieve its SHEQ Strategy objectives, focussing on the current six key focus area; competence management, safety critical systems, behavioural science, sustainability and the business management system and assurance areas which Alice will be responsible for.

John Booth, Managing Director, AmcoGiffen said: “We’ve made significant progress over the last three years and we’re delighted to welcome Chris and Alice to the team. We’re confident that their shared drive and determination will help us to reach the culture of safety and quality that we’re aiming for.”

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