From company to consultancy for South Bank SHEQ professional Sharron
VENTURE: Sharron Hind has launched consultancy Imsyst Ltd.
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 28 Jul 2017
CHARTERED health, safety, quality and environmental professional Sharron Hind has launched her own consultancy company IMSYST Ltd.
The North Kelsey woman has made the move to go alone at an exciting time, as a number of changes to the essential management system standards in her specialisms come in over the next year.
She said: “These standards are a prerequisite to tendering for a lot of contracts across all industries and if you haven’t got them the doors remain firmly closed.”
Sharron has worked extensively within manufacturing, power generation, construction and logistics environments, and she believes her practical and pragmatic application of the standards has helped her clients to win work in an ever demanding market place.
“From small contractors needing CHAS or SAFE Contractor approval to comprehensive ISO Management Systems, I have the skill set to deliver the right results and fast,” she said. “If you have the standards already you may need support for the transition.”
IMSYST also offers a comprehensive portfolio of training courses which include ECITB Safety Passport, IOSH Managing Safely, SHEA Gas Safety, together with occupational competence training for manual handling, harness use, abrasive wheels and working at heights. “You name it, and we’ll look at it,” she said.
Support services include preparation of construction phase health and safety plans, risk assessments, site audits, accident investigation and training. She is also looking at hosting audits for clients and third parties, peak loading and taking the pressure off internal resources. “Whatever a company might need I aims to deliver efficient, effective and reliable support and become a QHSE and training provider of choice.
“As they say, there is no job too small or too big that can’t be sorted.”
For more information visit www.imsystltd.co.uk
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