Sunday, September 19, 2021

Health and safety engineering risk management experts make new appointment

Leicestershire-based health and safety engineering risk management experts, Finch Consulting, have expanded with Angelica Rutherford-Hacon. Angelica follows in the footsteps of Wayne Herbert, another new Finch recruit in July 2021.

With over 25 years of experience in civil engineering, Angelica will be joining Finch as a Senior Consultant from her most recent position with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). In her new role at Finch she will provide expertise to help resolve diverse client issues.

Specialising in health and safety management, Angelica has vast experience of working at height regulations. She also has great knowledge of workplace transport issues and Construction Design Management (CDM). Most of Angelica’s work at the HSE involved Expert Witness work on behalf of the Crown relating to the application of the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007 and 2015.

Commenting on her appointment at Finch, Angelica said: “I chose to join Finch seeing this opportunity as a way to contribute from my past 25 year’s experience as an ex HM Specialist Inspector (Construction) and Expert Witness with the UK Regulator the Health and Safety Executive and having worked in various industry sectors for Tier 1 Civil Engineering Contractors to contribute to an exciting growing company offering professional assistance to clients in criminal prosecutions, civil litigation and general Health and Safety issues.”

Andrew Millington, Finance Director at Finch, said: “Here at Finch Consulting we have set some very ambitious goals, and we have already made some great progress against them by adding to our fantastic community as well as investing in new business opportunities to widen our offering or add to the already experienced team. But we don’t want to stop there.

“We are always willing to talk to great people who may wish to join us. We are always willing to talk about business opportunities that add value to our clients and potential clients. We are always willing to discuss opportunities to acquire other businesses which complement our services or add to them.”

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