EnerMech has appointed Emmanuelle Marshall as Group HSE Director. She will be responsible for global health, safety and environment at the Aberdeen-headquartered mechanical and electrical services specialist.
Previously Marshall was BP lead for the multi-national’s global HSE Learning and Development capability and over an 18 year period at Schlumberger she fulfilled a number of senior roles in HSE, technology and learning in the US, Europe and Africa.
EnerMech Chief Executive Officer, Doug Duguid, said the appointment underlines the company’s commitment to delivery of the most stringent HSE standards across its 40 global locations.
Mr Duguid said: “Emmanuelle will work closely with our HSE teams across our regions to maintain our focus on the health and safety of our workforce, improve on our safety practices and to ensure consistency across the group. This appointment demonstrates our long-term commitment to our HSE delivery as we continue to invest and to grow our business across all of our markets globally.”
Emmanuelle Marshall added: “I was impressed by the EnerMech mindset that no business objective comes ahead of HSE and that health and safety is treated as absolutely critical to the future success of the business.
“This is a fantastic opportunity and I have joined EnerMech at a very exciting time as it embarks on the next phase of growth, following a successful first 10 years in which it has enjoyed huge success across the major international oil and gas hubs and made significant inroads in to other allied industries.”
EnerMech employs 3500 staff across 40 locations in the UK, Norway, the Middle East, Caspian, Asia, Africa, Australia and Americas where it is engaged on large scale projects across the oil and gas, LNG, renewables, defence, power, infrastructure and petrochemicals sectors.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/12042019/enermech-makes-key-executive-appointment/
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