Peter Rydel

Freelance Civil Engineer & Technical Writer

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Location:Sittingbourne, United Kingdom
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Peter Rydel

Position in Firm: Corporate Safety Manager /Lead CDMC
Profession: CDMC/ Safety Manager /Engineer/ Fire Engineer
Nationality: British
Year joined Firm: 2012
Professional achievements: Professional Achievements

CIRM Institute of Risk Management
CMIOSH Institute of Safety and Health
Member Association of Project Management
RMAPS Registered Member of Association of Project Safety
Tech Eng Institute of Highways Engineers


Relevant experience/key qualifications


BSC Fire Management and Design
MIFireE Institute of Fire Engineers
FFB Fellow of the Faculty of Building
HND Civil Engineering
CIRM Member of the institute of Risk Management
NEBOSH Construction Certificate
NEBOSH Diploma pts. 1&2

This CV does not include all projects worked upon during my career but includes a cross section of works. Peter has worked on many contracts inclusive of social Housing, high raise construction Mayfair and Chelsea areas plus other. adviser\ Manager working as a Contractors Safety Manager and Corporate Safety Adviser reporting to the Directors and councilors boards in local authorities. See Core Skills

Employment History
Start Finish Company Title
2012 Present Jacobs Engineering Lead Safety Manager\ CDMC/ Corporate Safety
2008 2012 EC Harris LLP Team Leader South East
2006 2008 Cyril Sweet Associated Director
2003 2006 Gardiner & Theobald Group Safety Manager
1999 2003 Ready Mix Concrete Regional Manager
1993 1999 Frankham Consultancy Group Safety Manager
1984 1993 Brookson Engineering Director


Relevant Experience

Responsible for the development and implementation of the accredited management system arrangements (OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001, & ISO 9001). Responsible for all elements of SHEQ management including, but not limited to, policy development, risk management, legal compliance, operational control, auditing and management review, covering the various Engineering design and project management capabilities (Buildings: C&S & M&E, Infrastructure: Rail and Highways and Energy: Nuclear).
He has also had direct control of major CDMC teams on projects within the UK and Ireland, with a responsibility for the operational and project performance of a group of multi-disciplinary Health and Safety professionals and technicians.

Peter has undertaken the role of CDMC since its inception in 1995 (18yrs) prior to this as member of the PSA had been involved in many schemes which had been forerunners of the CDM Regulation 1994. He has been involved in both the civil and building structures arms of the construction industries.

Further involvement has been in schools, bridges, wharfs, large road schemes, tunnels railway station and infrastructure and as a safety engineer in many schemes were he lead as principal engineer in rail and oil& gas projects running HAZOP, SIL’s and other types of assessments for high risk industries.

He constantly has to ascertain CPD points to continue his membership of the Institute of Risk of Management specifically initiated to manage people whom have to deal with High risk businesses.

IOSH – to maintain membership of the institution constant CPD is planned over a two year period and meetings held monthly.

Institute of fire Engineers – To keep up the standard required to service the industries a three year plan is in place to ensure up to date information and constant development is ascertained.

RMaPS – peter undertakes 4 number CPD meeting each year in order to qualify for FMaPS and to keep the designation

Core Skills

CDM Coordinator
HAZOP
SIL
JSA
Project manager
Health and Safety Advice
Fire Engineering
Design management
Design & Build
Hotel safety and Fire
Gas and Oil industry
Rail industry
Fire Risk assessments
Partnership contracts
Procure 21
GC Works contracts
Defense industry
Health Care
Health and Safety Advice & Inspection
Training fire and Safety
Safety Management systems
Policies and procedures
Fire Advice

Jacobs Safety Engineer 2012 – Present

Network Rail
EDF Nuclear Safety
Oil and Gas Industry, including Emirates
Others.

North Yorkshire County Council

Internal audit is an essential component of a good governance framework for all councils. At both a management and councilor level, councils must strive to ensure there is a culture directed towards realising opportunities and managing risks that challenge local government.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

a) Undertake planned H&S audits using a risk-based approach.
b) Assess audit control environments by interviewing, challenging and verifying information obtained.
c) Provide professional and technical audit advice and guidance on safety audit and control matters.
d) Promote internal audit within the county councils.
e) Promote health and safety behavior
f) Report to divisional directors and council officers.

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Network Rail Safety Engineer

The European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) is an initiative backed by the European Union to enhance cross-border interoperability and the procurement of signaling equipment by creating a single Europe-wide standard for train control and command systems.
The two main components of ERTMS are the European Train Control System (ETCS), a standard for in-cab train control, and GSM-R, the GSM mobile communications standard for railway operations. The equipment can further be subdivided between on-board and infrastructure equipment.
This work involved 9 month of initial assessment of the requirements to prove safety case and deliver safe signal system presently being trailed in Wales.
Bracknell Forest Council April 2009- 2010.

Providing full CDMC, onsite inspection and Fire services for the education (and other services within the council) over this period working closely with the senior officers of the council and expanding on the original roll of this contract.
The school s varied between primary, nursery and secondary level buildings totaling 16 schools in various phasing levels.

The programme was extended to Working with ALMO corporate safety of the housing stock workforce and occupiers. Providing guidance and checking risk assessments and method statements.

Richmond BC 2011- 2012

Provide provided by a team of auditors to provide an independent and objective opinion to the Council on the controls in place for systems of governance, risk management and internal control to all areas of the councils property including social housing and council offices.

A number of schools within the Richmond area refurbishing and new build contracts to four schools. These comprise of special education needs and from primary to secondary school level. Providing full CDMC, onsite inspection and Fire services for the education , Housing (and other services within the council) over this period working closely with the senior officers of the council and expanding on the original roll of this contract

Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust 60+million programme.

Contract was over eight years. As key CDMC adviser to the housing Trust for decent homes improvement work. Electronic Health and Safety, fire and asbestos advice. This contract covers over 50 types of house archetypes.
Providing asbestos advice to the partnership in relation to using stock and providing risk assessments to decide whether it could be removed or left in place and if so remedial actions to be undertaken.

Nottinghill Housing Trust

Gap analysis was tailor-made for Nottinghill. Taking time to understand the way that they actually work; talking to your staff and managers; reviewing documents and procedures,

• Review and update policies and procedures
• Training to bring skills and competencies up to scratch
• Review and update Health & Safety Management System
• Online and telephone advice
• Crisis and incident support
• OHSAS 18001 preparation
• General Health and Safety Advice

Circle 33 Housing Trust

Well structured, proactive risk control is good business. It minimises risk, safeguards staff and enables you to deliver safety without compromising on the business’s bottom line. To this end I was helping Circle 33’s systems become compliant now, and stay compliant in the future.

Working on high efficient properties in the London areas, involving preparing for construction work and working in the cooperate sector to ensure full compliance in the landlords gas and electrical certification and CDM.


Chelmer Housing Trust

The strategy review of the current health and safety management systems within CHP highlighted some elements of a health and safety management system in place and the reuse of existing protocols were utilised after updating of the current procedure.

The health and safety management system in place was then located on the intranet site and in hard copy. This includes policies that are available along with local arrangements such as fire marshals and first
Section Subject
CHP001 Risk Assessment and Management
CHP002 Evaluation and Appointment of Suppliers
CHP003 Management of Suppliers
CHP004 Hazardous Substance
CHP005 Accident and Incident Investigation
CHP006 Fire Safety Management
CHP007 Manual Handling Operations
CHP008 Monitoring and Inspection
CHP009 Provision of First Aid
CHP010 Provision of Personal Protective Equipment
CHP011 Work Equipment
CHP012 Working at Height
CHP013 Consultation and Communication
CHP014 Lone working
CHP015 Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment
CHP016 Health and Safety Training
CHP017 Asbestos Management
CHP018 Permit To Work
CHP019 Construction (Design and Management)
CHP020 Electricity at work
Aiders for each building. The following sections was rewritten and training of staff was undertaken

Islington Council Safety Audit- EC Harris Team Leader /Lead Auditor

Provide provided by a team of auditors to provide an independent and objective opinion to the Council on the controls in place for systems of governance, risk management and internal control.

The Requirements were to

• understand the whole organisation, its needs and objectives in accordance to safety

• understand its position with respect to the organisation’s other sources of assurance and
• plan its work accordingly including at arm’s length organisations

• be seen as a catalyst for improvement at the heart of the organisation add value and assist the organisation in achieving its objectives, and be forward looking – knowing where the organisation wishes to be and aware of the national agenda and its impact.

• The foundation of an effective internal audit service is in compliance with standards and proper practices.

• This Audit was addressed to heads of departments internal audit, internal auditors, audit committee members, internal audit contract managers, external auditors and other stakeholders such as chief financial officers and chief executives’

SWA/National Grid inclusive

Acting as CDMC Safety Manager J2M for the substation program ensuring that safety in design and National Grid TP's are complied with at all stages. Generally ensuring the Client is not in a position of falling foul of the law.

• Melksham rail
• Didcot Rail
• Imperial park rail
• Melksham SGT
• Didcot A services
• Laleham
• Plus others

Working with Mitsubishi engineering A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) is a structured and systematic examination of a planned or existing process or operation in order to identify and evaluate problems that may represent risks to personnel or equipment, or prevent efficient operation. The HAZOP technique was initially developed to analyze chemical process systems, but has later been extended to other types of systems and also to complex operations such as nuclear power plant operation and to use software to record the deviation and consequence. A HAZOP is a qualitative technique based on guide-words and is carried out by a multi-disciplinary team (HAZOP team) during a set of meetings

Senior Safety Manager J2M

Working for National Grid within sub-stations work has to be carried out to highest safety standards. We ensure that all our works exceed the latest safety and environmental legislation, and as a conscientious business we regularly exceed our regulatory and commercial responsibilities with our innovative working practices.

• Provides appropriate safety and health, accident prevention, and investigation training for managers and supervisors.
• Assists management in the annual inspection of workplaces to assure safe and healthful conditions for workers. Prepares appropriate notices for management to issue for abatement of any identified hazards.
• Provides promotional materials and develops and administers recognition systems to promote safe and healthful work performance.
• Assists management and supervisors in investigating accidents and developing measures to prevent recurrences.
• Supports the Safety Management Information System (SMIS) by recording all accident reports in a timely, complete, and accurate manner.
• Assures that claims for injuries and illnesses posted in SMIS are posted in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration log.

BP Facilities Management and Safety Contract.

Provided proactive safety support to internal and external customers for office, industrial and testing lab facilities. Monitored and prevented potential workplace safety hazards through routine inspections and training; accurate and up-to-date documentation of policies, procedures, and data; and investigations into accidents, injuries, and unsafe conditions. Interfaced with facilities management and made recommendations on safety related issues.

• Reduced the number of documented injuries among employees
• Developed, maintained, updated, and enforced policies and procedures including the following: Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), Emergency Action Plan, action from blood borne pathogen procedures, personal protective equipment procedures, and Safety Contingency Plans. Revised policies and procedures to minimize potential hazards.
• Initiated and conducted employee interviews for biannual audits of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) protocols, policies, and programs.
• Identified problems with the online safety program and coordinated with IT technician to correct the system and ensure proper functionality.
• Performed daily walk-throughs for safety inspections of the facilities including fire systems. Documented and photographed findings and compiled and presented statistical data on safety activities to EH&S Director. Coordinated the installation of fire extinguishers where necessary.
• Ensured compliance with national legislation, and national government regulations through comprehensive inspections and communication. Informed employees of changes in regulations. Maintained prominent display of the HSE required safety bulletin.
• Investigated accidents and injuries. Documented the injuries; detailed the events leading to, during, and after the accident; and made recommendations to fix hazards.
• Identified, recommended, and implemented ergonomic changes to reduce health and safety hazards. Worked with ergonomist to redesign employee work areas.
• Conducted scheduled employee Medic First Aid (MFA) CPR/First Aid and safety training classes covering evacuations, fire extinguishers, etc. Provided and presented emergency preparedness training and materials. Trained 4500 employees over one and a half years with up to ten employees per course.
• Maintained Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) on chemicals used in the workplace.
• Designated as the first responder for emergencies based on EMT training and charged with overseeing all medical response.
• PLANNING,IMPLEMENTING,MONITORING:
• Implementation of Company Safety Policy, Rules, Work Procedures, Implementation of Check Lists, Preparation of Inspection Reports, Accident Advisory Reports and Statistics.
• Implement the system through meeting, training, demonstration, drill etc. Monitor by inspection, site visits, audits, review etc. and measure the performance using non-conformances, near-miss reports etc. and suggest measures for continual improvement.
• LEGAL & STATUTORY COMPLIANCE:
• Identify, evaluate & communicate the applicable Laws & regulation pertaining to Health Safety & Environmental requirements and its implication while operating in the country and suggest cost effective compliance strategy to the management.
• INCIDENT,COMPLAINT&NON CONFORMANCE&MANAGEMENT:
• Manage systems for logging Non-conformance, complaints/ incidents, investigate/ review/ analysis and recommend corrective / preventive actions, ensure implementation and evaluate effectiveness.
• ENVIRONMENTAL,AWARENESS&RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Identify, evaluate & communicate Environmental Performance requirements in line with applicable laws and statutes. participate in Environmental Impact studies, formulate policies, objectives and strategies to identify, record, monitor analyze Environmental performances to reduce ground / air / water / marine contamination, management of wastes/ discharges, protection of flora / fauna and archeological importance while respecting local / community value

Dover Harbour Board – CDMC Jacobs Engineering
The Port of Dover is utilised as a short sea crossing to main line Europe at just 21 miles, the port deals with Channel ferry and freight crossing terminal and includes facilities for the Cruise terminal
Works to Dover Harbour defense:- ~Harbour defense works to the outer sea walls and to the inner fright dock area which was previously a marine submarine docking slab. It was to be able to provide heavy capability for unloading cranes.
Port Security
Under the regulations of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code 2004 the Port Authority is responsible for creating and maintaining a secure area around all vessels. Works to include security upgrades to the site as a whole and to ensure security is upper most during contract works.
Road & Bridge Repairs
Located at the entrance of the Eastern Docks, the Traffic Management Improvement Project will make a significant improvement to the resilience of the operation of the Port, enhance the visual impression at the front of the Port and at times will help reduce congestion on the external road network.

A temporary holding area with a capacity to hold up to 220 freight vehicles (equivalent to a 2.4 miles single lane) has been constructed between the check-in facility inside the Port and the roundabout at the entrance to the Eastern Docks. This facility is anticipated to be utilised mainly at peak times when the volume of traffic entering the Port exceeds the capacity of one or more ferry operators at the check-in facility. In order to ensure that the Port can continue to operate efficiently during the construction period it is necessary to undertake the works in a number of phases

EC HARRLS – Team Leader / lead CDMC and Fire Engineer(UK)
2008 -2012

EC Harris LLC Redhill and Gatwick Hospital Refurbishment Team Leader 2008 -2012

Hospital via their framework to act as CDMC & project managers on a number of schemes.
These include the following live projects:
• Extension of the existing Endoscopy Suite
• Reconfiguration of the Ultrasound facility
• Refurbishment of the main Hospital Street
• Resurfacing of the road network serving the estate
• Creation of a new facility for an MRI & Proximity Scanner
• Installation of a patient monitoring system
• Construction of seven side rooms throughout the hospital.
Peter was also actively involved in producing business plans and undertaking feasibility studies on the following projects:
• Delivery of an improved Emergency Department
• Relocation of the existing Surgical Assessment Unit
• Creation of a Clinical Decision Unit
• Refurbishment of the existing theatres
• Extension and makeover of the existing Main Entrances
Extensive work was undertaken to the fire protection of the buildings and the integration of the hospital services serving all the departments. Including the nitrous oxide, oxygen other gases and steam services. Ensuring safe installation and maintenance was able to be undertaken.

Tate & Lyle Plc. Accident investigator and Safety Auditor

Refurbishment of industrial units manufacturing sugar including service tunnels and propriety buildings.

Tate & Lyle plc. Operates as a renewable food and industrial ingredients company. The company’s manufacturing plant turn agricultural products, and cane sugar, into valuable ingredients for its customers.

Work involved refurbishment all process units throughout the London plant. Initially instigated after a safety report authored by myself indicated several areas of failure which urgently needed to be rectified, for safety purposes.

UCLH - London Utilities (Tunnel\ Utilities) EC Harris

CDMC

Relocation of all utilities along the various roads associated with University Hospital’s new building scheme. These utilities were located within the highway and protruded into the new footprint of the cancer care trusts new building. this also aided in the construction safety due to the relocation of services which could be hit by the piling rigs. This included 2000mm bored tunnel to link all the university buildings together for the purposes of laying and maintaining utilities.

EC Harris UCLH Cancer building – Team Leader
The brand new purpose-built University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre hosts outpatient and day care cancer services, a dedicated teenage and young adult cancer service, and a private patients’ floor run by HCA International.
This five storey building which has been designed with the needs of the patients, and modern cancer care in mind, with lots of natural light, open spaces and a rooftop garden that everyone is welcome to use. To ensure that the building is truly patient-focused, patients have been involved in both the design of the building and how the services operate within it.
Hematology (diseases of the blood) services for cancer and non-cancer conditions were provided on the fourth floor of the Cancer Centre. This is because different hematological conditions require similar expertise and equipment, so it made sense for UCLH to provide services to both type of patients within the same unit. This model of care is replicated at other centers. The Centre is equipped with the very latest technology to help diagnose and treat cancer more effectively. Patients will benefit from the latest advances in imaging, with the arrival of the UK’s first PET MR scanner providing detailed images with less radiation exposure. It is likely that this state-of-the-art technology will be used to treat other diseases (such as neurological conditions) and for research purposes.
A large part of the contract involved the relocation of vast banks of services which crisscrossed the site, including gas, data and other telecommunication equipment.

Peter also has a larger history of working with various trusts such as Medway Maritime, St Mary’s London, St Thomas Hospital, and Westminster Hospital amongst others.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital

Designated a Hospital as a failing after NHS inspect, based upon lack of structural and integrated systems failures. The position was to ensure full compliance with NHS procedures and to ensure fire &general safety of staff, visitors and occupants of the Hospital which includes the largest baby care ward in the country.
Performed various tasks, including gathering, reviewing, and approving area assessment reports, corrective action plans, and site surveys assuring compliance with applicable HSE, NHS and regulatory guidance.
• Conducted visits to each of the nine sites and oversaw the realisation of BCH vision through commitment and employee ownership in collaboration with safety committees.
• Administered the development and implementation of risk assessment methods and systems in anticipating, identifying, and evaluating hazards.
• Coordinated with project and site leadership to create and achieve short- and long-term EHS objectives, targets, strategies, and measures that prioritized and mitigated risks.
• Provided support to the business acquisition and operation activities as well as shared services.
• Worked in collaboration with senior leadership and contract administrators in planning construction, operation, and maintenance projects.
• Successfully created and carried out programs that surpassed the compliance requirements outlined in NHS guidelines, corporate directives, and industry’s best management practices.

Hitachi Rail Contract September 2011-2012 (150 million) Road & Rail.
CDMC

Construction and refurbishment of three new maintenance depots for Hitachi Rail who have won a contract to supply and maintain rolling stock for twenty three years. These depots are placed around the western side of the country including The North Pole depot, London the old international site due to be refurbished. Bristol Temple Meade site and Swansea site. The total project value is 150milliom. Installation of high voltage power supplies. Proof of Safety Management system and Safety Case. Inclusive of substation installation and Network Rail, Hitachi infrastructure. This project included all access roadways to adoptive standards.

Grosvenor House Hotel Fire engineering

Inspection of all hotel fire safety procedures and plant interfaces to ensure fire safety within this flag ship hotel. We advised the American arm of the company to ensure that the hotel was brought up to standard and influence the in place management on the necessity of the advice being carried out. Full written and verbal report issued inside a crucial time period to ensure compliance with British Law.

• Hotel Training
• Procedures
• Smoke effects
• Procedures
• Compartmentation
• Escape Route and signing compliance.

Department of Local government and the Communities/ Department of Education/ BIS, UK wide
Providing fire training and design knowledge to the department working with CPIG (previously the Home Office Fire Brigade) working from Nottingham to Bristol providing all products from Fire Risk Assessments to Fire engineering services including fire strategies.
• Protecting the safety of department employees and the environment is a core value within Facilities
• Management. We will not be satisfied until our workplaces are safe from hazards, our
• Employees are injury-free, our services are safe, and our commitment and record of protecting the environment are unmatched.
• Specifically, this handbook requires the following of every Facilities Management employee:
• Compliance with legal requirements and the policies, standards and practices of the University;
• Establishment of safety and environmental goals and the tasks necessary to achieve these goals;
• Providing accurate and timely measurement and reporting of performance;
• Implementation and periodic evaluation of EH&S policies in order to reduce risks and continually improve the effectiveness of our EH&S processes;
• Promotion of the health and wellness of our employees;
• Integration of safety and environmental considerations into the design of our services and
• support of University policies that encourage the use of “green” products and services in the areas we serve;
• Commitment of the means and resources necessary to direct, support, monitor and maintain accountability for implementation of these rules.
• In all of the above, we seek and expect the involvement and contribution of employees.
Cyril Sweets Associate Director Lead CDMC UK. Lead Safety Manager
2006 - 2008
Leading a team of 27 persons throughout UK ensuring corporate procedures and legal compliance throughout the structure.
To reduce the risk of injury and promote job safety, many organisations we have to establish safety policies. We produced a study and gap audit to establish the areas of need and included a trend survey to indicate risk value. This study examined the presumed benefits of safety policies and the roles of two organizational variables (supervisor safety support and employee safety control) on safety outcomes and satisfaction with the company. Results showed that quality of the execution of corporate safety policies, supervisor safety support, and employee safety control play critical roles in predicting both injury incidence and satisfaction with the company. These findings highlight the importance of integrating both organisational safety policies and relevant organisational constructs to improve corperatel safety.

Bluebell Hill Rail tunnel
The moment will mark a milestone in construction of the 3.2km tunnel - the UK's first high-speed rail tunnel - over 100m below Bluebell Hill at the central point in the tunnel. The 13m wide, 10m high single bore tunnel which starts from Boxley Valley north of Maidstone and emerges alongside the M2 south of Chatham is being constructed with a sprayed concrete lining similar to that used on the troubled Heathrow Express project.
Network Rail Southeastern Line Ore Tunnel Repairs CDMC
The work is taking place to improve the drainage and repair the lining inside to prevent water seepage. At the same time other work including upgrading points and signals to improve reliability, and the maintenance of bridges and tracks that could lead to higher line speeds will also be taking place. This work requires the closure of the line between Hastings and Ashford.
Heathrow Airport Tunnels Refurbishment - CDMC
The cargo tunnel is bi-directional; it has one bore, carrying one lane in each direction. Each lane is 12 ft (3.7 m) wide, with a clear height of 16 ft 6 in (5.03 m). The tunnel consists of approximately 625 m (684 yd) of circular bored tunnel plus 130 m (140 yd) of rectangular cut-and-cover tunnel at each end. Its total length is 885 m (968 yd).
The bored tunnel segments are precast concrete, with a 33 ft 9 in (10.29 m) internal diameter and 12 in (30 cm) thick. The segments are expanded directly against the ground, which is London Clay. The bored section of the cargo tunnel is notable among tunneling engineers, for having been constructed with a remarkably thin cover of solid clay above it (minimum cover 1.2 m (3 ft 11 in) clay beneath the Terrace gravels).
Brookson Engineering
1984 - 1993
Southend Sewage Treatment plant - Safety Manager
Sewages and industrial effluents are complex liquors mainly comprised of water with varying amounts of a wide range of other substances dispersed throughout their bulk. These impurities vary greatly in both chemical and physical properties. No two sewages and industrial effluents are exactly alike, and a single sewage or effluent varies in composition continually. The impurities also vary greatly in their polluting effect should they be allowed to enter a water course.
So it is important that we understand the nature of sewages and industrial effluents to enable assessments to be made of such things as polluting substances present and degree of treatment necessary.
Treatment processes for sewages and industrial effluents have been developed specifically to deal with the various types of polluting substances present. It is therefore very necessary for reasons of plant design, efficient plant operation and treated effluent quality control, to understand the nature of raw sewages and industrial effluents
Divisional Safety Advisor, ConocoPhillips

Responsible for safety activities associated with White Oils, Aromatics, and Fluid Catalytic Cracking areas of the Humber Refinery. Duties included providing general, corporate and legislative guidance and advice on all safety matters. HAZOP. SIL JSA and Bow Tie assessments.

Responsible for all proactive and reactive safety systems on refinery areas defined above. Specialised in refinery wide procedures associated with confined space entry and working at height. Responsible for health and safety arrangements associated with major on-site projects and maintenance activities, and the delivery of training on the safety requirements associated with working with hazardous materials, including Hydrofluoric Acid. Nominated site Radiation Protection Supervisor.

Health & Safety Manager, Tencel Ltd

Responsible for overall management of all safety activities on the Top Tier COMAH site. Duties also included developing and implementing health and safety strategies for Tencel sites worldwide. Responsible for implementation of OHSAS 18001 safety management system, and developing health and safety communication programme throughout organisation with emphasis on best practice benchmarking. Responsible for advice on site legislative compliance and site contact for regulatory bodies. Responsible for producing/maintaining site safety procedures. Other duties include completing process and task based risk assessments, managing all forms of proactive and reactive safety monitoring activities including accident/incident investigations, and developing and delivering health and safety training to all personnel, including behavioural safety.

Sewage Plant Colchester, Essex - CDMC

Design began in 2010 Anglian Water treated the wastewater from an equivalent residential population of six million. This resulted in the plant at Colchester needing an upgrade to improve their capacity: a grand total of nine glass-fused-to-steel tanks were designed, manufactured and constructed by an in-house team, all complete with GFS and GRP roofs. The project also included one 1,580m³ BIODOME® double membrane gas holder and access steelwork with a 12m high staircase leading to a 22m long walkway providing access to the roofs of four HPH tanks.
The sewerage treatment works is now capable of handling the high level of sludge piped directly to the site and also sludge brought in from other facilities in the area. Thanks to the anaerobic digestion process now in place the plant will be able to make use of the biogas produced during the sludge treatment process. The BIODOME® gas holder will hold and treat the biogas until its ready to be transferred in the combined heat and power engines where it will be converted into renewable energy and released to the national grid.
London River wall Defense Works CDMC

The key element of this project was an absolute deadline for construction and adherence to environmental agreements. In partnership with the client, the contractor took a pro-active risk management approach to the design and contractual arrangements with total success.

Key Features

• Extensive use of marine plant including crane barges.
• Extraction of damaged timber piles in 7m of river mud.
• Enhancement of habitat for soft marsh, including translocation and replanting. Commended by EA.
• Interface between flood defence piles and new ground anchors by pro-active management.
• Completed on time and within budget.
Divisional Safety Engineer, ConocoPhillips 2003-2006

Responsible for safety activities associated with White Oils, Aromatics, and Fluid Catalytic Cracking areas of the Humber Refinery. Duties included providing general, corporate and legislative guidance and advice on all safety matters. Responsible for all proactive and reactive safety systems on refinery areas defined above. Specialised in refinery wide procedures associated with confined space entry and working at height. Responsible for health and safety arrangements associated with major on-site projects and maintenance activities, and the delivery of training on the safety requirements associated with working with hazardous materials, including Hydrofluoric Acid. Nominated site Radiation Protection Supervisor. Ensuring all design issues had been neutralised using HAZOP and other activities.

Health & Safety Engineer, Tencel Ltd 2001-2003

Responsible for overall management of all safety activities on the Top Tier COMAH site. Duties also included developing and implementing health and safety strategies for Tencel sites worldwide. Responsible for implementation of OHSAS 18001 safety management system, and developing health and safety communication programme throughout organisation with emphasis on ‘best practice’ benchmarking. Responsible for advice on site legislative compliance and site contact for regulatory bodies. Responsible for producing/maintaining site safety procedures. Other duties include completing process and task based risk assessments, managing all forms of proactive and reactive safety monitoring activities including accident/incident investigations, and developing and delivering health and safety training to all personnel, including behavioural safety. Design advice to engineers for both up and down stream activities.