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construction site in the same calendar year. T at was a very diffi cult transition, I had a house and a family to support so it was a case of needs must. I had to re-educate myself whilst gaining knowledge out in the fi eld.” Since then, David has trained on the job to gain


Nebosh qualifi cations that took him from labourer to supervisor to health and safety advisor, health and safety consultant to health and safety manager, and now on to his new role as Health and Safety Director. “I am excited about my new role and working


with Matthew, Ant and the team. The directors here are extremely driven and ambitious, and I am looking forward to playing a small part in that,” he said. Over the past fi ve or six years, MR Industrial


Services has invested in property, equipment, and training, including its 20,000 square foot manufacturing facility and offi ces in Brunel Road. It is now one of the UK’s largest structural,


secondary and architectural steel suppliers, rapidly gaining a reputation for its professional approach, tenacity and expertise. T is has led to exceptional growth and re-investment within the company ensuring key positions have been filled and all opportunities to maximise capacity have been fulfi lled. MR Industrial Services is known for going over and above for clients and its Midlands base is the ideal location to service a UK-wide client base. Numbering over 70 personnel, the team includes four apprentices as MR Industrial Services invests


in the future of the business. David Bell added: “We have a large team and a busy manufacturing


plant, so it was becoming increasingly important to ensure the highest levels of health and safety procedures and I’m delighted to have this opportunity. “I am proud of my football career, but I am also really proud of what I


have done since retiring. I have worked incredibly hard, from labouring on that construction site to where I am today, and that shows that you can do anything and be anything you want to be if you apply yourself and work hard. “So many people have supported me over the past few years, and


now I have a great opportunity to move forward with an exciting, growing company.” Managing Director Matthew Ross said: “It is a very exciting time for


our business. Our size and reputation have grown simultaneously and the relationships we have built throughout the UK over the last six years have been fantastic. T is has been due to a lot of hard work, planning and team work, and it is very exciting to bring David in to the business. I have followed David and his career since we were both young lads playing against each other in the Weetabix youth league. “I have also followed how far David has come in the second


chapter of his life within health and safety. It was his drive, passion and interpersonal skills that played a big factor in why we brought him into the business.” Business Development Director, Ant Nelson, added: “Having David


join our team signals the next steps we as a business are taking. David matches the passion, desire and enthusiasm that Matthew and I have for the business and the industry as a whole. We look forward to seeing where David will take our HSEQ department.”


Find out more about MR Industrial Services by calling 01536 204510, email info@mrindustrialservices.co.uk or visit the website www.mrindustrialservices.co.uk


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