Chris Dixon from County Durham, will undertake the roles of safety consultant and CDM Co-ordinator, where duties will include providing construction health and safety advice and the provision of site safety auditing of construction phase health and safety performance.
Formerly a principal consultant with Turner and Townsend, Chris comes from a strong health and safety background having provided services for a large client base on a range of projects, from national rollout schemes, to frameworks and large scale new build construction and refurbishment. Chris is keen become involved in Steel River Consultants’ current projects and aims to champion further business development within the region.
"I am delighted to have joined Steel River Consultants, which has an excellent reputation in health and safety consultancy support services, especially in onshore and offshore renewable energy sector.
“The varied portfolio of experience on projects I have accumulated during my career to date will provide me with the opportunity to offer Steel River Consultant’s clients a highly professional service. Additionally, I anticipate playing an active role in business development and will be looking to develop opportunities in the renewables, oil and gas sectors.”
Graham Tyerman, said,
“This recent appointment to Steel River Consultants will be a valuable resource to the organisation.I am confident that with Chris’ experience and expertise we can really take the business forward and in doing so will significantly strengthen our capabilities.”
Notes to editors:
Steel River Consultants advise on all matters relevant to the pre-construction and construction stages of a project; including all operational and risk aspects as well as the potential implications of non compliance.
Areas of expertise include construction design and management co-ordination (CDM-C); workplace audits and safe systems of work; contractors advice; health and safety policies; independent company audits; competency assessments, on site Health and Safety Management.