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A DAY IN THE LIFE


AROUND THE CLOCK 7.


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1. What are your main responsibilities?


• Talking to people about what they need for their business.


• Responding to client needs and making the customer experience as positive as possible.


• Making our company processes as efficient as possible to allow the consultants to concentrate on delivery.


2.


How did you get into the industry? I had a degree in sociology and experience of


working on a farm; the Health and Safety Executive were looking for people with a degree who had experience of farms.


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What did you do before this job? I was Global Health and Safety Manager for


Twinings.


What do you do in a typical day? • No two days are the same. • Talking to customers.


• Constantly looking at ways of improving our delivery and our processes to make them seamless and slick.


What’s your most memorable or proudest work moment?


Creating and growing a business that people enjoy working for, that and provides a great service that the whole team is proud of.


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What’s the best part of your job? Facing the challenges of running your own business.


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What career would you like if you weren’t doing this?


Superstar DJ. www.safety-management.co.uk/


www.tomorrowshs.com Scotland.


In each issue we catch up with a health and safety professional to find out about their varied work/life balance. This month we caught up with Mike Fletcher, Managing Director at Health and Safety Consultants, Safety Management Limited.


What’s the worst part of your job? Detail and finishing, because I’m not a complete


finisher. I’m good at the ideas, and make sure I have super detailed people in my team.


Do you have any advice for anyone starting out in the industry?


Safety is all about people. Get the people on board and the rest follows.


How do you like to unwind? Chess, cycling and walking in the mountains in


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