Louise Jackson joins the business after 15 yrs in safe practices at insurance provider, Aviva. She’ll be attempting to assist Barnsdales FM customers to achieve their targets without compromising on the protection and wellbeing of these workers, site and customers visitors, ensuring their facilities work and safe for his or her needs.
Barnsdales FM is really a key area of the Barnsdales Team, a respected UK home consultancy, founded in 1905. Known as CPS formally, it’s the 1st time that Barnsdales FM has already established an in-house Safe practices Manager, and Jackson mentioned she’s excited to utilize her experience and knowledge to forge a fresh culture for safe practices.
“We obtain stereotyped in safe practices; people have a tendency to either roll their eye or turn into a bit panicked whenever we become involved because we’re viewed as nay-sayers or dictators” stated Jackson.
“My very own background models me aside from your typical safe practices professional and I’ve an extremely different attitude that is much more optimistic and engaging. At Barnsdales, my goal is usually to be revolutionary and I wish to function collaboratively. I don’t desire to be marching in and informing people to cease what you’re doing; I would like to work with them to greatly help companies modernise their basic safety and health regimes, ensuring their co-workers are in a safe and sound environment while still having the ability to deliver a 5 star service to their clients.”
Handling Director of Barnsdales FM, Clive Chippindale mentioned: “The appointment of Louise as our Nationwide Health & Safety Supervisor is really a significant step and something which will differentiate Barnsdales FM forward. Having close manage of danger across our multi-facetted instruction is vital and I’m confident that Louise provides considerable knowledge and assistance to the group and our customers.”