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GE Aviation Wales appoints health and safety expert

21st June 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Aircraft engine specialist GE Aviation Wales has assigned a new environmental health and safety manager to its team.

The move aims to boost safety practices across the company, with 35 year-old Richard Smith taking up the post, reports the Western Mail.

The appointment has been made as part of the firm's commitments to keep health and safety issues at the core of its operation.

Chris Doherty, HR leader at GE Aviation Wales, underlined that safety is the "number one priority" at the business.

"Richard has an excellent track record and we are delighted to have someone of his calibre join the team to help continue to drive a strong safety culture throughout the facility," Mr Doherty continued.

It is vital that companies ensure their health and safety measures are up to scratch and comply with the law, while the appointment of an official officer in the field will also help to lower the number of injuries and put across a good image.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801389942-ADNFCR


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