DEDICATION, resilience and adapting to remote working has led to QHSE ABERDEEN’s increased workload and an increase of staff by over 50%.
Over the last couple of years, although times were unsure, QHSE ABERDEEN adapted their way of working, like many other organisations. They changed from class based to Virtual Learning, delivering ISO Auditor training courses by Teams. Meeting and building relationships with new clients over Teams has also proved very positive with staff who adapted quickly to the new remote working, developing, implementing and helping Clients gain ISO Certification for the robust Management Systems they have put in place.
Helping Organisations with their Environmental issues and Carbon Footprint has been high on the Agenda since COP 26. Environmental issues are a growing concern for all organisations as is Information Security with staff home working.
As their enquiries grew, so did their QHSE Aberdeen Team. New Team member are; – Bruce Scott (Operations Manager), John Mutch (QHSE Advisor/Trainer), Jane Pack (Senior QHSE Advisor), Ruaridh Duncan (QHSE Advisor / Health & Safety) and Peter Ferries (QHSE Advisor / Environmental / Carbon Neutral Specialist).
Dave Rusling, Managing Director of QHSE ABERDEEN, commented: “Our staff have been fantastic, showing flexibility and adapting to a new way of working, we could not be more proud of them. The great feedback from our clients, proves that a remote / hybrid model can and does actually work to everyone’s benefit”.