Sunday, September 19, 2021

Growth plans continue at Finch Consulting with new appointment

Leicestershire-based, health and safety engineering risk management experts, Finch Consulting are continuing growth plans with the appointment of Wayne Herbert.

With over forty years’ experience in the engineering sector, Wayne Herbert will be joining Finch as a Senior Consultant.

Specialising in Mechanical Engineering, Herbert has experience in working with a range of equipment and machinery. He also has in depth knowledge of relevant H&S & Environmental legislation, CE certification in accordance with the EU machinery directive of individual plant and complex assemblies.

Commenting on his appointment at Finch, Wayne Herbert said: “This is a great opportunity to join a forward thinking company that places engineering excellence and its people at the heart of everything they do. In previous job roles, I have come across Finch and have always been extremely impressed with the depth of knowledge within the business and the high profile projects they are associated with.”

Adding, Dom Barraclough, Managing Director at Finch, said: “Finch already employs some of the UK’s leading consultants within the field of health and safety, so to recruit someone with Wayne’s knowledge and experience is a real coup for the business.

“With the growth plans we have in place, we feel it is imperative to recruit the right people to ensure that our clients receive the very best advice when looking to mitigate environmental, health and safety and engineering risks.”

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