Tuesday, January 19, 2021

New HSEQ manager for drainage specialist Jet Aire Services

James Angus has been appointed as HSEQ manager at Leeds-based drainage company Jet Aire Services to oversee environmental, safety and quality standards at projects across the UK.

He brings broad experience across Health & Safety in the manufacturing, power and process industries over the last 12 years, built upon an operational background in engineering and chemical industries, and water treatment plant operations.

He has also worked with the New Zealand Health & Safety regulator as an inspector, manager and Chief Inspector influencing health and safety performance in construction and manufacturing sectors.

“I’m really looking forward to supporting Jet Aire’s continued HSE best practice and learning more about the business over the coming months,” said Mr Angus.

“Health and Safety is all about the people and our culture, every day on every job, with the overall goal that our teams continue to Work Safe and Go Home Safe.

“I’m passionate about HSE and I am excited to be part of Jet Aire’s continued growth, where our HSE capability and performance will form a huge part of our success.”

Darren Pavan, Jet Aire Services MD, added: “We are delighted to welcome James to Jet Aire Services. He brings outstanding expertise in the sectors that we serve.

“Drainage is an industry which demands the highest standards in Health, Safety, Environment and Quality, not only as a duty of care for employees, but also to demonstrate your credentials as a contractor.

“The nature of our work often involves a high level of risk and our ability to manage that risk is fundamental to our ability to secure business.

“James will play a vital role in ensuring that Jet Aire continue to maintain best practice throughout our programme of work in drainage maintenance.”

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