F P Hurley Announces Appointment of New Health and Safety Officer
We are pleased to announce we have recently appointed Carl Myerscough in the role of Health and Safety Officer. Carl, who has over 20 years’ experience in building services industry, will use his extensive industry knowledge and skills to enhance and promote a positive health and safety culture at F P Hurley. Carl’s duties will include legal compliance, improving health and safety policy, identifying and mitigating potential risks to all those affected by our works, site and equipment inspections, ensuring accident reporting follows the correct procedures and generally promoting a positive health and safety culture.
Carl joined the Company in 2000 as a Building Services Apprentice, working his way up to Senior Craftsman and was later promoted to Site Foreman. Carl has headed up the site team on some of our most challenging projects including the recent 2-year Spinal Rehabilitation Relocation at Llandough Hospital where he received a high level of praise for his work.
As well as his experience, Carl has completed courses in IOSH (Institute of Occupational Safety and Health) and NEBOSH (National Examination Board of Occupational Safety and Health) and has qualified with a Level 5 Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice.
Commenting on his appointment, Adrian Hurley, Managing Director said:
“The health and safety of everyone connected to our work is paramount. Our commitment and investment in health and safety is key to the future of our positioning in the market as a leading player. Carl’s wealth of hands-on experience in our industry, coupled with his qualifications and management skills will ensure we maintain impeccable levels of safety and will ensure our works continue to be safe and secure for all those involved.”
Carl, who started the new role in early April, comments:
“This role represents a significant career opportunity for me, and I have worked hard to gain the qualifications and experience needed to progress in the role. My ambition and drive to study and achieve my qualifications alongside carrying out a full-time site manager role on site has been intensive and challenging but highly rewarding.
I thoroughly look forward to working with everybody to develop the already strong health and safety culture and broaden my experience. “