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One new appointment and one re-appointment to the HSE board

31st March 2011

Professor Richard Taylor has been appointed to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Board as non-executive director. David Gartside has been re-appointed for a further three year term. Both appointment and re-appointment are for a three year term starting 1 April 2011.

The Health and Safety Executive is the national regulator for workplace health and safety. It aims to prevent death, injury and ill health in Great Britain’s workplaces.

Professor Taylor, a health and safety risk management specialist, with a particular interest in safety culture, has been appointed as the HSE Board member representing the interests of professional bodies.

Welcoming his appointment, Professor Taylor said:

"I am delighted to be appointed to the HSE Board. This is a challenging time for health and safety and I want to play my full part in helping the Board to meet those challenges.  Throughout my career as a safety professional I have always been impressed by how much people can achieve simply by listening to and learning from one another, and by working together to meet common objectives. I look forward to working with the professional bodies in that same spirit, to help deliver the health and safety improvements we all wish to see."

 

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