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Tyman UK & Ireland appoints experienced duo to drive world class safety strategy

Tyman UK & Ireland has appointed an experienced new team to drive forward its world class health and safety strategy across the operations of brands Access 360, ERA and ZOO.

With over 50 years combined experience, Clare Gabriel has been appointed as Tyman UK & Ireland’s Head of Health and Safety, whilst Lee-Ann Reading joins the business as Health and Safety Manager.


The recent appointments form part of Tyman UK & Ireland’s dedicated safety strategy, which includes the implementation of annual divisional safety improvement plans and audits, together with management systems, training and employee engagement.


As a former Health and Safety Inspector for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Clare previously managed the health and safety for BMW’s UK manufacturing operations.


Specialising in health and safety for the transport and healthcare industries, Lee-Ann previously held the role of Head of Compliance and Health for E – zec Medical Transport, in addition to being Regional Safety, Health & Environment Coordinator at DX Group. 

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Clare and Lee-Ann will work in partnership to continuously evaluate health and safety practices to achieve best practice across every area of the business. This includes conducting process training and working with employees to ensure a safety focused agenda is consistently maintained. 


Helen Downer, President of Tyman UK & Ireland, said: “Safety is our first language, and nothing is more important than ensuring our people go home safe at the end of each working day.


“We believe that all work-related injuries and illnesses are preventable, and we aspire to achieve world-class levels of safety performance. The appointment of Clare and Lee-Ann reflects our commitment to ensuring good safety practices are successfully and sustainably achieved and I look forward to working closely with them to reach our goals.”


Tyman UK & Ireland’s Health and Safety Policy outlines its objectives for achieving excellence in health and safety management and performance across the division to safeguard the health, safety and wellbeing of its employees.


For further information on Tyman UK & Ireland’s diverse portfolio of products, visit Tyman UK & Ireland.