I have a strategic focus, strong leadership and technical skills, passion, and drive to achieve exceptional outcomes.
Competencies developed working as a serious harm investigator for the regulator and through such projects as the construction of the Te Mihi Geothermal Power Station and working for Hancock Forest Management (NZ) Ltd have enhanced my skills and tools for creating a safety culture of ownership, accountability, and integrity. I have a focus on achieving a high level of health and safety outcomes by setting clear expectations and strategies for companies, contractors, and individuals.
I have a wide range of investigation and compliance expertise, which I gained through the process of investigating industrial incidents and fatalities for the NZ Department of Labour (OSH), MBIE. In the private sector, I am very pleased to say that with the hard work that we are doing with our contractors and the safety initiatives that I have initiated there has been a significant improvement in our TIFR over the last four years.
I have recently been appointed to the Board of the Forest Industry Safety Council (FISC) by the Forest Owners Association as I have a wealth of Health and Safety experience and expertise. Therefore, I will add practical governance value to FISC.
- New Zealand Institute of Safety Management
- Council member of the New Zealand Forestry Safety Council (FISC)
- • Diploma in Quality Auditing
Grad Dip Professional Practice (Occupational Health and Safety)
• NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety & Health
• Warranted H&S Inspector (Construction & General Workplace)
• Warranted HSNO Enforcement Officer
• Trained on New Amendments to Health & Safety in Employment Act 1992
• Unit 4098 Work Place Assessor
• Fall Arrest Systems (Unit 15757)
• AS/NZ 4024 Machine Guarding and Ergonomic Principles
• Reflective Practitioner (Waikato Polytechnic)
• Trade Certificate Carpentry (Nelson Polytechnic)
• C.A.T / C.A.L.T (Waikato Polytechnic)